Volume 34, Number 2, Spring 2005

Table of contents (15 articles)

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  1. Frontmatter

Contributors / Collaborateurs

  1. Contributors / Collaborateurs


  1. Meaning and Markets: : Hunting, Economic Development and British Imperialism in Maritime Travel Narratives to 1870
  2. The Romance of Canada: : Tourism and Nationalism Meet in Charlottetown, 1939
  3. "Looking Towards the Promised Land": : Modernity, Antimodernism and Co-operative Wholesaling in the Maritime Provinces, 1945-1961


  1. How Wide Is the Atlantic Ocean? : Larger and Larger
  2. How Wide Is the Atlantic Ocean? : Not Wide Enough!

Research Notes / Notes de Recherche

  1. "Daily allowances": : literary conventions and daily life in the diaries of Ida Louise Martin (nee Friars), Saint John, New Brunswick, 1945-1992
  2. "The purpois is honorabill, and may conduce to the good of our service": : Lord Ochiltree and the Cape Breton Colony, 1629-1631


  1. Une ultime revenante ? : Lettre de Jean-Baptiste Semer, de La Nouvelle-Orléans, à son père, au Havre, 20 avril 1766

Review Essays / Notes Critiques

  1. Historical Method in Canadian Literary Studies: : Some Recent Examples
  2. Les nouveaux historiens de l’Acadie
  3. Robichaud selon Cormier : un ajout, mais pas une somme
  1. Recent Publications Relating to the History of the Atlantic Region


  1. Backmatter