Forum: Canadian Life and Letters - 1920-1970
Selections from the Canadian Forum

Granatstein, J.L.
Publisher:  University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Canada
Year Published:  1972  
Pages:  431pp   ISBN:  0-8020-6168-0
Dewey:  808.849
Resource Type:  Book
Cx Number:  CX6195

A selection of articles from fifty years of the Canadian Forum magazine.

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Table of Contents

Preface
Part One: The 20s
1. November 1920: F H Varley The Colliery Accident
2. March 1921: Huntly K Gordon: Canadian Poetry
3. April 1921: J S Woodsworth: Unemployment
4. June 1921: M H Staples: The Genesis of the United Farmers
5. September 1921: Lawren Harris Slums and Shadows
6. October 1921: C B Sissons: The Farmers' Case
7. October 1921: Frank Carmichael Man with Scythe
8. November 1921: Editorial - Our Next Parliament
9. December 1921: A J Casson Decorative Landscape
10. April 1922: J S Woodsworth - The Labour Movement in the West
11. December 1922: Henry Wise Wood - In Defence of Group Politics
12. January 1923: E J Pratt - 'The Shark'
13. June 1923: R S Knox - A New Canadian Poet
14. November 1923: Editorial
15. March 1924: J S Woodsworth - Besco
16. June 1924: J Addison Reid - Secession in Canada: Quebec
17. June 1924: Thompson-Hardy - Secession in Canada: The Prairies
18. July 1924: David Milne Camp Porch
19. November 1924: J S Woodsworth - Mobilizing Progressive Opinion in Canada
20. March 1925: Roland-Gilles Mousseau - A Letter
21. August 1925: J Ansel Anderson The Coward
22. October 1925: A Y Jackson A Winter's Night
23. January 1926: A Political Correspondent - Politics, Parties, and Leaders
24. February 1926: Editorial - Peaceful Penetration
25. May 1926: Edward Sapir - Advice to a Girl
26. July 1926: Thoreau MacDonald Northern Summer
27. August 1926: Editorial - The Constitutional Issue
28. December 1926: Douglas Bush - Making Literature Hum
29. January 1927: J E H MacDonald Paul Bunyan Takes an Evening Stroll in Algoma
30. July 1924: A J M Smith - The Lonely Land
31. October 1927: B R Brooker 'Energy is Eternal Delight' (Blake)
32. October 1927: Huntly K Gordon - The Nudes at the CNE
33. October 1927: Richard De Brisay - A New Immigration Policy
34. October 1927: Jean Burton Phyllus
35. November 1927: Editorial - Phyllus
36. December 1927: Malcolm H V Cameron - A Letter
37. December 1927: Franz Johnston - A Letter
38. January 1928: Escott M Reid - Canada on the Council
39. April 1928: A J M Smith - Wanted: Canadian Criticism
40. June 1928: Frank H Underhill - Canadian and American History - and Historians
41. August 1928: A J M Smith - Cavalcade
42. January 1929: Carl Schaefer Snowbound
43. July 1929: Frank H Underhill - O Canada
44. July 1929: A S Whitely - The Oriental in British Columbia
45. August 1929: Leo Kennedy - Split Me These Gull Throats
46. September 1929: Dorothy Livesay - Parrot of Night
47. October 1929: Robert Finch - The Metro Breakfasts
48. November 1929: C.L.E. - God's Absolutely Against It
49. December 1929: Frank H Underhill - O Canada
The 30s
50. April 1930: Frank H Underhill - O Canada
51. June 1930: Editorial - The Group of Seven
52. June 1930: E J Pratt - The Fair-grounds, Columbus, Ohio
53. June 1930: A J M Smith - Swift Current
54. July 1930: Dorothy Livesay - If it Were Easy
55. August 1930: Editorial - Unemployment Must Be Tackled
56. August 1930: F R Scott - 'Proud Cellist' and 'Sunday'
57. August 1930: A J M Smith - Testament
58. February 1931: J F White - Police Dictatorship
59. March 1931: Editorial - The Intellectual Capital of Canada
60. June 1931: E A Forsey - Montreal is a Quiet City - And It Must Remain Quiet
61. October 1931: Frank H Underhill - O Canada
62. December 1931: L A MacKay - Fidelia Vulnera Amici
63. December 1931: Edward Arthur Beder Wattman
64. January 1932: F R Scott - Communists, Senators, and All That
65. January 1932: Dorothy Livesay - 'Morning in Autumn' and 'Alienation'
66. January 1932: Mary Quayle Innis Holiday
67. April 1932: Frank H Underhill - The League for Social Reconstruction
68. June 1932: J F White - Socialism without Doctrine
69. July 1932: J F White - Deportations
70. August 1932: A M Klein - Soirée of Velvel Kleinburger
71. August 1932: Frank H Underhill - The Cooperative Commonwealth Federation
72. September 1932: Raymond Knister - 'Boy Remembers in the Field', 'The Plowman', and 'The Hawk'
73. May 1933: Frank H Underhill - Canada and War
74. May 1933: Leo Kennedy - Archibald Lampman
75. July 1933: F R Scott - The CCF Convention
76. October 1933: Editorial - Thanksgiving
77. January 1934: H M Cassidy - Is Unemployment Relief Enough?
78. February 1934: Editorial - The Pre-War Era
79. February 1934: Angus MacInnis - More about the British Columbia Election
80. April 1934: F E Keith - The Fascist Province
81. September 1934: Frank H Underhill - The CCF Convention and After
82. November 1934: J H Gray - Battle of the Winnipeg Cenotaph
83. November 1934: Florence Rhein Beauty Parlour
84. January 1935: Alan Creighton - Barbarous Epoch
85. February 1935: J R McLean - Bennett of Tarsus
86. March 1935: F R Scott - Social Notes
87. April 1935: G V Ferguson: An Alberta Prophet - 1935 Model
88. August 1935: Graham Spry - Politics
89. November 1935: Malcolm MacKenzie Ross - Nationale
90. March 1936: Frank H Underhill - On Professors and Politics
91. March 1936: E J Pratt - Silences
92. March 1936: Quebecer - French-Canadian Nationalism
93. June 1936: High Garner - Toronto's Cabbagetown
94. September 1936: A J M Smith - The Face
95. October 1936: L A MacKay - Battle Hymn for the Spanish Rebels
96. March 1937: Frank H Underhill - The Debate on Foreign Policy
97. March 1937: Earle Birney - Grey Rocks
98. June 1937: Felix Lazarus - The Oshawa Strike
99. July 1937: Norman Bethune - Red Moon
100. September 1937: King Gordon - The CCF Convention
101. November 1937: Ralph Gustafson - Rhyme for the Modern Child
102. February 1938: Frank H Underhill - To Protect Our Neutrality
103. February 1938: Anne Marriott - Prairie
104. May 1938: Eugene Forsey - Under the Padlock
105. May 1938: Rufus II - Another Month
106. June 1938: A M Klein - 'To One Gone to the Wars', 'Toreador', and 'Sonnet without Music'
107. August 1938: F R Scott - Canada the Ammunition Dump
108. August 1938: A M Klein - Barricade Smith: His Speeches
109. January 1939: L A MacKay - Glacial Stream
110. February 1939: John Smalacombe - A Protest
111. March 1939: David Andrade - Dust Patterns After Revolution
112. May 1939: Henry Paul - I am a Transient
113. June 1939: Editorial - Canadian Censorship
114. October 1939: Frank H Underhill - Peach Aims
115. November 1939: G M A Grube - Freedom and War
116. December 1939: F R Scott - The Real Vote in Quebec
The 40s
117. Earle Birney - To Arms with Canadian Poetry
118. February 1940: F A Brewin - Conscription in Canada
119. February 1940: H E Bergman Along the New Highway
120. June 1940: Louise Smith Harvey - Anti-Semitism in Quebec
121. August 1940: F R Scott - Social Planning and the War
122. September 1940: Frank H Underhill - North American Front
123. October 1940: Editorial - Winning the War
124. December 1940: Raymond Souster - Last Act, Last Scene
125. February 1941: Carlton McNaught - Democracy and Our Universities
126. October 1941: Fergus Glenn - The Conscription Build-Up
127. December 1941: Editorial - Freezing Injustice
128. January 1942: Editorial - Meighen Redivivus
129. June 1932: F R Scott - What Did 'No' Mean?
130. September 1942: P K Page - Bed-sitting Room
131. October 1942: Editorial - Maligning the CCF
132. January 1943: Editorial - The Pro and Con Party
133. January 1943: James Wreford - Winter Weather
134. January 1943: Irving Layton - Lady Remington
135. October 1943: Margaret Avison - Mutable Hearts
136. December 1943: Northrop Fry - Canada and Its Poetry
137. April 1944: Miriam Waddington - The Sleepers
138. June 1944: Patrick Anderson - Poem on Canada
139. July 1944: A J M Smith - A Letter
140. July 1944: Carlyle King - The CCF Sweeps Saskatchewan
141. December 1944: P K Page - Draughtsman
142. January 1945: Editorial - National Unity
143. August 1945: Editorial - The Boys Come Back
144. May 1946: F R Scott - Labour Learns the Truth
145. September 1946: A M Klein - 'Political Meeting' and 'The White Old Lady'
146. March 1947: Grace MacInnis - Immigration? On What Basis?
147. May 1947: F R Scott - Orderly Decontrol
148. May 1947: John Glassco - The Entailed Farm
149. August 1947: Northrop Frye - Toynbee and Spengler
150. October 1947: L J Rogers - Duplessis and Labour
151. February 1948: Frank H Underhill - Liberalism à la King
152. April 1948: James Reaney - Klaxon
153. August 1948: Louis Dudek - Upstate Tourism
154. May 1949: W R Trost The Buster
155. November 1949: Miller Stewart - Canada's Pollution Problem
The 50s
156. September 1950: S W Bradford - The CCF Failure in Foreign Policy
157. October 1950: Frank H Underhill - Canadian Socialism and World Politics
158. November 1950: S F Wise - Canadian Football
159. December 1950: F R Scott - Mr King and the King Makers
160. May 1951: Editorial - The United States: Canada's Problem
161. August 1951: Frank H Underhill: Notes on the Massey Report
162. August 1951: Gavin White - Canadian Apartheid
163. March 1952: Martha Champion Randle - The New Indian Act
164. April 1952: Frank H. Underhill - Power Politics in the Ontario CCF
165. April 1952: Fred Swayze - Spring Song
166. December 1952: Frank H Underhill - Turning New Leaves
167. January 1953: Dorothy Livesay Matt
168. July 1953: Frank H Underhill - How to Vote
169. August 1953: J B Conacher - A Canadian Social Scandal
170. October 1954: Louis Dudek - The State of Canadian Poetry; 1954
171. March 1955: A R M Lower - The Question of National Television
172. July 1955: Curt Lang - History Lesson on Point Grey
173. August 1955: Jean Inglis - And the Green Hills Laught
174. August 1955: Louis Dudek - Keewaydin Poems
175. October 1955 and November 1955: Milton Wilson - On Dudek and Layton
176. November 1955: Paul Fox - The Liberal Party
177. May 1956: Millar MacLure - Poets in Review
178. May 1956: A J M Smith - On Reading Certain Poems and Epistles of Irving Layton and Louis Dudek
179. July 1956: A G Christopher - A Letter
180. July 1956: Eugene Forsey - Pipeline and Parliament
181. August 1956: Phyllis Webb - The Idiot Birds
182. October 1956: Irving Layton - Layton on Layton
183. January 1957: A Vixen - The New Conservative Leader
184. February 1958: Irving Layton - 'Sheep', 'Whatever Else Poetry is Freedom' and 'Côte des Neiges Cemetry
185. June 1958: John Porter - Political Parties and the Political Cheer
186. June 1958: Michael Oliver - Duplessis and Quebec's Intellectuals
187. July 1958: Donald V Smiley - One-Partyism and Canadian Democracy
188. September 1958: E W Mandel - Frye's Anatomy of Criticism
189. November 1958: Milton Acorn - The Tolerant Philistine
190. December 1958: Pauline Jewett - Mr Diefenbaker's Proposed Bill of Rights
The 60s
191. May 1960: Milton Acorn - Restaurant Scene
192. June 1960: Joyce Wieland Circus
193. August 1960: Herbert F Quinn - Defeat in Quebec
194. September 1960: A L Levine - The US and the Canadian Economy
195. October 1960: Milton Acorn - I Will Arise and Go Now
196. February 1961: Alden A Nowlan - Wasp
197. March 1961: Kenneth McNaught - J S Woodsworth and the New Party
198. May 1961: Ramsay Cook - The Old Man, the Old Manifesto, the Old Party
199. August 1961: Malcolm Lowry - 'Tashtego Believed Red' and 'Nocturne in Burrard Inlet
200. October 1961: Paul Standing - Nipples on the Newsstands
201. October 1961: Irving Layton - There Were No Signs
202. January 1962: Laurier L LaPierre - Le Séparatisme and French Canadians
203. February 1962: A W Purdy - Poem for One of the Annettes
204. September 1962: Donald V Smiley - Canada's Poujadists: A New Look at Social Credit
205. November 1962: David Helwig The Winter of the Daffodils
206. May 1963: John Meisel - Election Outcome: A Breather
207. May 1963: Kenneth McNaught - Uncle Sam Again
208. June 1963: Margaret Atwood - Mad Mother Ballad
209. July 1963: Ramsay Cook - a Time to Break Silence
210. October 1963: H Blair Neatby - The Present Discontents: A Proposal
211. October 1963: A W Purdy The undertaker
212. November 1963: Gwendolyn MacEwen - Manzini: Escape Artist
213. December 1963: E W Mandel - Orpheus in the Underworld
214. January 1964: Marshall McLuhan - Murder by Television
215. July 1964: Melville H Watkins - The Canadian Quandry
216. July 1964: Abraham Rotstein - The Canadian Quandry
217. July 1964: David Bromige - The Great Lover
218. July 1964: Padraig O Broin - Railing at Byzantium
219. October 1964: Editorial - In the Bourassa Tradition
220. January 1965: A W Purdy - The Wine-Maker's Beat-étude
221. June 1965: Lionel Tiger Bennett and the Power and the Glory
222. August 1965: Abraham Rotstein and Melville H Watkins - The Outer Man: Technology and Alienation
223. March 1966: bp nichol - to islands rowboats stand on
224. March 1966: George Bowering The House on Tenth
225. May 1966: Ramsay Cook - Un Québec fort dans une nouvelle Confédération
226. June 1966: David W Slater - Gordon's New Book
227. June 1966: Dorothy Livesay - And Give Us Our Trespasses
228. July 1966: Melville H Watkins - Is Gordon's Game Worth the Candle
229. August 1966: Helen Gowans An Awfully Mature Person
230. December 1966: Alden Nowlan - Rivalry
231. March 1967: Michael Ondaatje - Peter
232. April 1967: Raymond Souster - Rags-and-Bones Man
233. January 1968: Eugene McNamara To Burn
234. April 1968: Alden Nowlan - The Unnatural Son
235. May 1968: Paul Fox - The Liberals Choose Trudeau: Pragmatism at Work
236. May 1968: Gad Horowitz - Trudeau vs Trudeauism
237. June 1968: Joyce Wieland - cover illustration
238. December 1968: Hans Werner - Sonnet for Monica
239. February 1969: Dalton Camp - Canadian-American Interdependence: How Much?
240. February 1969: Paul Bidwell - God Bless Americaw
241. March 1969: Glen Siebrasse - La Plaza de Toros, Madrid
242. May 1969: Abraham Rotstein - Running from Paradise
243. May 1969: David McFadden - Get Your Feet Off the Coffee Table
244. October 1969: Abraham Rotstein - The Search for Independence
245. January 1970: Colleen Thibaudeau - February 20th
246. January 1970: Kenneth McNaught - The Permanent Colony

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