D. Lorne Macdonald 1955-2010

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					                           D. Lorne Macdonald 1955–2010




L , a long-time member of  and of the Edi-
torial Advisory Board of English Studies in Canada, died in Calgary on
 January  following a brief illness. Educated at the University of
London and the University of Toronto, Lorne was a postdoctoral fellow
at the University of British Columbia before joining the Department of
English at the University of Calgary in . A devoted teacher, a principled
colleague, a meticulous scholar, and a valued friend, he will be missed by
friends, colleagues, and students at the University of Calgary and at other
universities in Canada and abroad.
    Lorne was a voracious reader and a fine writer and scholar. Students
remember him for his encyclopedic knowledge and his kindness—as well
as for his ability to call the roll by memory at the first class of each term! A
respected scholar of British lite
				
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