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Articles from Literary Review of Canada (July 1, 2007)

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A miserable war: the United States has been wading into unwinnable conflicts since ... 1812. Graham, Hugh Book review 2172
A rich heritage ignored: but was the shutting out of Native art in the 1920s deliberate or just careless? Silcox, David Book review 2421
Before & After. Rotstein, Jason Ranon Uri Poem 209
Brave, but mostly wrong: six years of columns in one provocative book. Crook, Zeba A. Book review 1454
Canada: more liberal than Tory? A new book puts the country's bedrock beliefs under a microscope. Fierlbeck, Katherine Book review 2793
Don't try this at home: a puzzle of a novel gets away with taking risks. McGill, Robert Book review 1210
Guns and gangs: a deadly duo: two new books have different takes on a worrisome Canadian trend. McKenna, Paul Book review 2551
Letters and responses. Homer-Dixon, Thomas; Riley, Sean E.; Mallory, Micheline; Thal, Ian; Stange, Ken; Townsend, Bryan; Fa Letter to the editor 3006
Minority views: what should be the role of Canada's diasporas in shaping foreign policy? Jiwa, Farouk Shamas Book review 2702
My Cat Is Half-Greek, or Zeus Left The Acropolis Open Again. Gripp, Andreas Poem 361
Our toxic harvest: is deregulation really the way to reduce agricultural pollution? Friedmann, Harriet Book review 2057
Realistic to bizarre: from photography to a high-school massacre, a range of settings and emotions. Weiss, Allan Book review 1232
Seven from Sangan River Meditations. Musgrave, Susan Poem 532
Teenage mutant Supreme Court judges: the Canadian copyright debate takes some strange metaphysical turns. Moore, Christopher 2942
That decade in Paris: a long-hidden manuscript portrays the dyspeptic underside of the moveable feast. Weintraub, William Book review 1576
The daughter's dilemma: a collection of revealing essays short on tributes. Fraser, Marian Botsford Book review 1177
The post-celluloid era: is Tinseltown really about to disappear from our cultural radar screens? Not likely. Pevere, Geoff Book review 1843
Why Canadian history is boring: the fault lies in the content, not in the writing. Proudman, Mark F. Book review 2414

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