Articles by T. A. Wellington
The absurdities of the Plains of Abraham and its legal effects on Quebec.
Neil Gaiman’s latest is a journey into the magic of childhood and its contrast with the rationality of adults.
Art and literature’s take on the soldiers of WWI focuses on suffering whether comedically or poignantly. Let’s remember all those who suffered through wars every day.
Reflections on how World War I brokered the world peace of today.
Machiavelli re-examined as a not a scheming civil servant.
Book about quantum physics from the CBC Massey lectures reviewed here.
Lance Duerfahrd explores waiting for Godot and the significance of its various performances.
Killers play long list of hits and b-sides at Bell Centre show. Opener Stars were solid too.
Short story collection by former news anchor captures broad segment of society.
Celebrating Bloomsday in Montreal has become a weekend event with readings, music, food, and of course… ale!
What did the Greek gods do when people stopped believing in them?
This book about books is loosely based on Kafka’s The Castle and highly self aware.