SCOTT, F.R.) DJWA, Sandra, ed. MACDONALD, R. St. J., ed. DUDEK, Louis.
Title: On F.R. Scott : Essays on his Contributions to Law, Literature, and Politics
Publisher:  McGill-Queens University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1983, ISBN:0773503986
Seller ID: 103698
(SCOTT, F.R.). On F.R. Scott : Essays on his Contributions to Law, Literature, and Politics. Edited by Sandra Djwa and R. St. J. Macdonald. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press, (1983). First Paperback Printing. Pp. (4),v-xxii,(2),3-203,(7). 8vo, illustrated dark grey card covers with yellow lettering to front cover, white and yellow lettering to spine. "For more than fifty years, F.R. Scott has been a leading figure in law, literature, and politics in Canada. he was engaged by the nationalist movement in art and literature in the twenties, by politics and constitutional law in the thirties, bu internationalism in the forties, and by the struggle forhuman rights and fundamental freedoms in the fifties and sixties. As a res ident of Quebec and an active participant in its culture and politics, he has been a spokesman for both anglophones and francophones. A summary of Scott's achievements is an index to twentieth-century culture and society." - from the rear cover. Contents: I: 1. Therese Casgrain's "The Achievements of F.R. Scott"; 2. Leon Edel's "The Young Warrior in the Twenties"; 3. J. King Gordon's "The Politics of Poetry". II: 4. Louis Dudek's "Polar Oppositesin F.R. Scott's Poetry"; 5. D.G. Jones's "Private Space and Public Space"; 6. F.W. Watt's "The Poetry of Social Protest". III: 7. Michiel Horn's "F.R . Scott, the Great Depression, and the League for Social Reconstruction"; 8. David Lewis's "F.R. Scott's Contribution to the CCF"; 9. Kenneth McNaught's "Socialism and the Canadian Political Tradition". IV: 10. Gerard Le Dain's "F.R. Scott and Legal Education" ; 11. William R. Lederman's "F.R. Scottand Constitutional Law"; 12. Douglas Sanders's "Law and Social Change: The Experience of F.R. Scott"; 13. Walter Tarnopolsky's "F.R. Scott: Civil Lib ertarian". V: 14. Paul-A. Crepeau's "F.R. Scott et la reforme du Code civil"; 15. D.G. Jones's "F.R. Scott as Translator"; 16. Michael Oliver's "F.R. Scott as Quebecer". VI: Thomas Berger's "F.R. Scott and the Idea of Canada". Very good. 12.50