Review Articles and Reviews

  1. Edmund Blunden, Shelley: A Life Story. Queen's Quarterly 53 (1946): 517-18. Print.
  2. “The Poetic Image.” Cecil Day Lewis, The Poetic Image. Queen's Quarterly 54 (1947): 486-97. Print. [Review Article]
  3. "Yeats's Mind." Richard Ellmann, The Man and the Masks and Donald Stauffer, The Golden Nightingale. Yale Review 39.1 (Sept 1949): 165-7. Print. [Review Article]
  4. “Coleridge as Philosopher.” The Philosophical Lectures of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Ed. Kathleen Coburn. Queen's Quarterly 57 (1950): 69-78. Print. [Review Article]
  5. “Yeats's Quarrel with Old Age.” W.B. Yeats, Collected Poems, 1950. Queen's Quarterly 58 (1951): 497-507. Print. [Review Article]
  6. "Interpreting Coleridge." Humphry House, Coleridge: The Clark Lectures. New Statesman 1157 (9 May 1953): 554. Print.
  7. Rosamund Tuve, A Reading of George Herbert. Queen's Quarterly 40.2 (1953): 265-7, 282-3. Print.
  8. "Spectator Ab Extra." John Jones, The Egotistical Sublime: A History of Wordsworth's Imagination. New Statesman 1206 (17 April 1954): 508. Print.
  9. Donald Davie, Purity of Diction in English Verse, F.R. Leavis, The Common Pursuit, Herbert Read, The True Voice of Feeling, and R.S. Crane, Critics and Criticism. Queen's Quarterly 41. 1 (1954): 136-9. Print.
  10. Montague Weekly, Thomas Bewick. Queen's Quarterly 41. 3 (1954): 398-9. Print.
  11. Robert Gittings, John Keats: The Living Year, Earl Wasserman, The Finer Tone: Keats' Major Poems, Newel F. Ford, and The Prefigurative Imagination of Keats. Queen's Quarterly 41.4 (1954-5): 561-4. Print.
  12. "Explosive Criticism." F.W. Bateson, Wordsworth: A Re-interpretation. New Statesman 1243 (1 Jan 1955): 21-2. Print.
  13. C.S. Wilkinson, The Wake of the `Bounty'. Queen's Quarterly 42.2 (1955): 271-4.
  14. Bonamy Dobrée, The Broken Cisterns: The Clark Lectures. Canadian Forum (Sept 1955): 143. Print.
  15. Richard Ellmann, The Identity of Yeats and Virginia Moore, The Unicorn: William Butler Yeats's Search for Reality. Queen's Quarterly 52.4 (1955-6): 617-21.
  16. “Coleridge on the Seventeenth Century.” Coleridge on the Seventeenth Century. Ed. R.F. Brinkley, 1955. University of Toronto Quarterly 25.2 (Jan 1956): 1259-62. Print. [Review Article]
  17. "Image and Idea." Neville Rogers, Shelley at Work. New Statesman 1343 (8 Dec 1956): 763-4. Print.
  18. "The Wordsworth Jungle." Mary Moorman, William Wordsworth: A Biography Vol 1. New Statesman 1356 (9 March 1957): 314. Print.
  19. Robin Skelton, The Poetic Pattern. Review of English Studies 9.33 (spring 1958): 110-12. Print.
  20. Neville Rogers, Shelley at Work. Queen's Quarterly 64.4 (1957-8): 620-1. Print.
  21. E.P. Goldschmidt, The First Cambridge Press in its European Setting and S.C. Roberts, The Evolution of Cambridge Publishing. Queen's Quarterly 55.2 (1958): 361-3. Print.
  22. “Frye's Anatomy of Criticism.” Northrop Frye, Anatomy of Criticism. Tamarack Review 8 (1958): 92-101. Print. [Review Article]
  23. Northrop Frye, Anatomy of Criticism. Modern Language Review 54.1 (1959): 107-9. Print.
  24. Henry James and H.G. Wells, Ed. Leon Edel. and Vincent Brome, Six Studies in Quarrelling. Critically Speaking CBC Trans Canada radio 7 Sept 1958. [Review Article]
  25. George Healey, The Cornell Wordsworth Collection. A Catalogue of Books and Manuscripts Presented to the University by Mr Victor Emanuel. The Book-Collector VII 3 (autumn 1958): 318-21. Print.
  26. Farley Mowat, The Desperate People. Queen's Quarterly 56. 4 (1959-60): 677-8. Print.
  27. Helen Gardner, The Business of Criticism. Modern Language Review 55.2 (1960): 255-6. Print.
  28. R.M. Wiles, Serial Publication in England before 1750 and M.R. Watson Magazine Serials and the Essay Tradition, 1746-1820. Queen's Quarterly 57. 1 (1960): 141-2. Print.
  29. “The Keats Letters.” Letters of John Keats 1814-1821. Ed. Ryder E. Rollins. Queen's Quarterly 57 (1960): 471-5. Print. [Review Article]
  30. “The Ever-Living Word.” The New English Bible: New Testament. Saturday Night (39 April 1961): 25-6. Print. [Review Article]
  31. R.L. Brett, Reason and Imagination: A Study of Form and Meaning in Four Poems. Dalhousie Review 42.2 (1961): 246-8. Print.
  32. Max F. Schulz, The Poetic Voices of Coleridge: A Study of his Desire for Spontaneity and Passion for Order. Queen's Quarterly 71.3 (Autumn 1964): 444. Print.
    1. 32A. Reprinted in South Atlantic Quarterly LXIV (1965): 147-9.
  33. “A Breakfast for Barbarians.” Gwendolyn MacEwan, A Breakfast for Barbarians. Quarry 16 (1966): 29-35. Print. [Review Article]
  34. “George Johnston.” George Johnston, Home Free. Canadian Literature 35 (1968): 85-90. Print. [Review Article]
  35. “Keats and the Painters.” Ian Jack, John Keats and the Mirror of Art. Malahat Review 7 (1968): 123-9. Print. [Review Article]
  36. Stuart MacKinnon, The Welder's Arc. Quarry 18.4 (summer 1969): 62-4. Print.
  37. “Recent Wordsworth and Coleridge Studies.” Geoffrey Yarlot, Coleridge and the Abyssinian Maid, William Walsh, Coleridge: The Work and The Relevance, Lyrical Ballads, Ed. W.J.B. Owen, Alec King, Wordsworth and the Artist's Vision, Mark Reed, Wordsworth: The Chronology of the Early Years 1770-1799, and Melvin Rader, Wordsworth: A Philosophical Approach. Queen's Quarterly 76 (1969) 118-30. Print. [Review Article]
  38. Donald Sultana, Samuel Taylor Coleridge in Malta and Italy. Modern Language Quarterly 32.1 (Mar 1971): 115-19. Print. [Review Article]
  39. W.J.B. Owen, Wordsworth as Critic. Queen's Quarterly. 76.4 (Winter 1969): 729-30. Print.
  40. "Some Studies of Wordsworth and Coleridge." Owen Barfield, What Coleridge Thought, Earl Leslie Griggs, ed. Collected Letters of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Vols. 5 and 6, Norman Fruman, Coleridge, The Damaged Archangel, Jonathan Wordsworth, ed. Bicentenary Wordsworth Studies in Memory of John Alban Finch, Reynold Siemens, The Wordsworth Collection: A Catalogue. Dove Cottage Papers Facsimilies of the University of Alberta. Queen's Quarterly 81.2 (Summer 1974): 265-77. Print. [Review Article]