Volume 32 Number 2

Volume 32, Number 2

Fall 2017

ARTICLES

Introduction
NANCY EARLE

Supporting Learning Readers in Post-Confederation Newfoundland: A Collective and Distributed Enterprise
MARGARET MACKEY

“I’d rather have a Prayer Book than a shirt”: The Printed Word among Methodists and Anglicans in Nineteenth-Century Outport Newfoundland and Labrador
CALVIN HOLLETT

Keep Your Enemies Closer: Banned and Controversial Literature in Bishop Mullock’s Library
PEARCE CAREFOOTE

“Dispensing Good Books and Literature” to Coastal Communities: The Role of the Grenfell Mission in Newfoundland and Labrador, 1890s-1940
JENNIFER J. CONNOR

Christian Gottlob Barth and the Moravian Inuktitut Book Culture of Labrador HANS J. ROLLMANN

The Castaway Medyett Goodridge’s Unvarnished Tale 429 of Shipwreck and Desolation: Print Culture and Settler Colonialism in Newfoundland
STEPHEN CROCKER

Revisiting The Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador
DONALD W. NICHOL

John Thomas Mullock: What His Books Reveal
AGNES JUHASZ-ORMSBY

BOOK REVIEWS

Alex Marland. Brand Command: Canadian Politics and Democracy in the Age of Message Control.
JAMES BICKERTON

Kurt Korneski. Conflicted Colony: Critical Episodes in Nineteenth-Century Newfoundland and Labrador.
COREY SLUMKOSKI

Denise Lynde, ed. The Breakwater Book of Contemporary Newfoundland Plays: Volume Three.
TODD HENNESSEY

Craig Francis Power. The.Hope.
PAUL CHAFE

Paul Bowdring. Mister Nightingale.
TOM HALFORD