HALIBURTON, Thomas Chandler) Thomas Raddall Symposium 5 DAVIES, Richard A.
Title: Haliburton Bi-centenary Chaplet
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(HALIBURTON, Thomas Chandler). The Haliburton Bi-centenary Chaplet : Paperspresented at the 1996 Thomas Raddall Symposium. Edited by Richard A. Davie s. (Wolfville : Gaspereau Press, 1997). Pp [i]xx,-297,(3),with errata slip tipped in. 8vo, card covers. Contents : George Elliott Clarke's "Must WeBurn Haliburton?"; Ruth Panofsky's "Breaking the Silence: The Clockmaker o n Women"; George L. Parker's "What Makes the Clockmaker Tick: Editing a Scholarly Edition of Haliburton's The Clockmaker, Series One, Two, and Three";Gwendolyn Davies's "Haliburton's Windsor"; Barry Moody's "Haliburton's Ann apolis Royal: A Photo Essay"; Henry Roper's "Haliburton and King's College"; Allen Penney's "An Architectural Interpretation of Clifton Grove, Windsor, Nova Scotia; Home of the Honourable Thomas Chandler Haliburton"; Richard A. Davies's "Into the hands of Strangers: Haliburton's Biography"; Gérald C. Boudreau's "Haliburton's Affectionate Intercourse with Sigogne and the Acadians of Clare"; Naomi Griffiths's "...A Mild, Frugal and Pious People: A Comment on Haliburton's Account of Acadian History in An Historical and Statistical Account of Nova Scotia"; Greg Marquis's "Haliburton, Maritime Intellectuals and The Problem of Freedom"; Peter Mitham's "Doctoring the Constitution: Haliburton and Dr. Robert Bayard"; Barry Cahill's "The Old Judge inThe Old Judge: Nostalgic Tory-Loyalism as the Key to Understanding Nova Sc otia's Pre-Modern Legal Culture"; Colin Boyd's "The Great American Mammoth Circus: The Old Judge and Democracy in Nova Scotia". Spine and top edge quite sunned. As is. 10.00