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Volume 12, Number 2

Robertson Davies 1913-1995

The Humane family want to pay our own small tribute to this great Canadian who has informed and delighted at least two generations of readers. Thus it is that elsewhere in this issue, John Robertson, the Rector of Dollar Academy in Scotland, gives his "take" on Robertson Davies' treatment of physicians and the medical profession. Also, with the gracious permission of the publishers, we have chosen many of the fillers in this number from his enchanting novel, What's Bred in the Bone. By his life and work, R.D. has declared his belief that there is no substitute for a broad education in the arts as a road to learning what it means to be a person. We hope those of our readers who have not read his works will be moved at once to join the vast multitude who are his admirers.

DGO and JOG