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Jean-François Lisée is off to a good start in his Ministerial rôle, by Linda Leith

There have been too many shows of impatience and anger, with each side blaming the other. With few exceptions, this has all been a question of words -- sharp words, throw-away words, unthinking words -- but they have succeeded in hardening attitudes and deepening divisions. Fine words are not all it takes to improve matters, but they can help a great deal in such a language-obsessed city as Montreal.

In Mukherjee's India, Old Meets New
Bharati Mukherjee’s new novel represents not only a new departure but also the latest instalment in a substantial and satisfying body of work. 

 
Space for a Pen, part I, by Kenneth Radu

Though Carlyle was a literary giant of quasi-mythic proportions and a hero to Victorians, his theories and writing are largely forgotten or ignored outside of university departments of English. That is the fate enjoyed by many a writer, and one need not be dead.

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