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Stephen Leacock: A Reappraisal

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David Staines

Stephen Leacock: The Writer and His Writings

Ralph L. Curry

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1887

“The Vision of Mirza (New Edition).” College Times [Upper Canada College], 6 (April 7, 1887), 75-76.

1890

“(The) Sanctum Philosopher.” The Varsity, 10 (October 7, 1890), 8-9; (October 14, 1890), 20; (November 4, 1890), 56; (November 11, 1890), 68; (December 2, 1890), 104.

“The Decay of Fiction.” The Varsity, 10 (October 21, 1890), 28-29.

“A Lost Work [by the Sanctum Philosopher].” The Varsity, 10 (November 18, 1890), 76-77.

“The Philosophy of Love.” The Varsity, 10 (December 9, 1890), 112-13.

1891

“Imogene: A Legend of the Days of Chivalry.” The Varsity, 11 (October 6, 1891), 2-3.

1894

“That Ridiculous War in the East.” Grip, 42 (October 6, 1894), 107.

1895

“My Financial Career.” Life, 25 (April 11, 1895), 238-39. “An Experiment With Policeman Hogan.” Truth, 14 (June 29, 1895), 10-11.

“The Puppet Shop.” Truth, 14 (August 3, 1895), 10-11.

“Home Again.” Truth, 14 (October 2, 1895), 4.

“The Force of Statistics.” Truth, 14 (December 21, 1895), 14.

“A Model Dialogue, in Which Is Shown How the Drawing-Room Juggler May Be Permanently Cured of His Card Trick.” Truth, 14 (December 21, 1895), 9.

“Telling His Faults.” Truth, 14 (December 28, 1895), 15.

1896

“The New Food.” Truth, 15 (January 4, 1896), 7.

“The Awful Fate of Melpomenus Jones.” Truth, 15 (January 18, 1896), 10. “The Conjurer’s Revenge.” Truth, 15 (February 8, 1896), 10.

“Hints to Travellers.” Truth, 15 (February 22, 1896), 10.

“How Gorillas Talk.” Truth, 15 (April 18, 1896), 17.

“The Prize Fight of the Future: A Forecast.” Our Monthly (May 1896), 23-25.

“A Manual of Education.” Truth, 15 (November 7, 1896), 6.

“Reflections on Riding.” Truth, 15 (November 14, 1896), 7.

“On the Old Homestead.” Truth, 15 (December 12, 1896), 12.

1897

“Saloonio.” Truth, 16 (January 1, 1897), 10.

“Self-made Men.” Truth, 16 (January 28, 1897), 11.

“Getting the Thread of It.” Truth, 16 (February 18, 1897), 11.

“New Winter Game.” Truth, 16 (March 25, 1897), 11.

“Boarding-house Geometry.” Truth, 16 (April 15, 1897), 3.

“Borrowing a Match.” Truth, 16 (April 22, 1897), 6.

“Helping the Armenians.” Truth, 16 (May 13, 1897), 10.

“On Collecting Things.” Truth, 16 (August 14, 1897), 3.

1901

“Children’s Corner.” McGill University Magazine, 1 (December 1901), 80-84.

1904

“Looking After Brown.” Old McGill, 8 (1904), 226-28.

1906

Elements of Political Science. Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin, 1906.

“The Imperial Crisis.” Proceedings of the Canadian Club, Toronto For the Year 1905-1906, 3 (1905-1906), 114-18.

“The Passing of the Poet.” Canadian Magazine, 27 (May 1906), 71-73. “A Rehabilitation of Charles II.” McGill University Magazine, 5 (May 1906), 266-81.

1907

Baldwin, Lafontaine, Hincks: Responsible Government. Toronto: Morang, 1907.

Greater Canada, An Appeal. Let Us No Longer Be A Colony. Montreal: The Montreal News Company, [1907].

“The Psychology of American Humour.” University Magazine [McGill], 6 (February 1907), 55-75.

“Greater Canada: An Appeal.” University Magazine [McGill], 6 (April 1907), 132-41.

“Responsible Government in the British Colonial System.” American Political Science Review, 1 (May 1907), 355-92.

“Discussion.” Proceedings of the Royal Colonial Institute, 38 (1906-1907), 304-306.

1908

“College Journalism.” McGill Martlet, 1 (November 5, 1908), 36-37. “The Limitations of Federal Government.” American Political Science Association Proceedings, 5 (1908), 37-52.

1909

“Sir Wilfrid Lauriers Victory.” National Review (London), 52 (January 1909), 826-33.

“Literature and Education in America.” University Magazine [McGill], 8 (February 1909), 3-17.

“Canada and the Monroe Doctrine.” University Magazine [McGill], 8 (October 1909), 351-74.

1910

Literary Lapses: A Book of Sketches. Montreal: Gazette Printing Company, 1910.

Literary Lapses. New York and London: John Lane [1910].

Trade and Commerce [by] Simon Litman, Stephen Leacock [and others]. Chicago: Lasalle Extension University, 1910.

“The Apology of a Professor.” University Magazine [McGill], 9 (April 1910), 176-91.

“Practical Political Economy I. The Theory of Value.” Saturday Night, November 12, 1910, 15.

“Practical Political Economy II. Monopoly Prices and the Trust Problem.” Saturday Night, November 19, 1910, 21.

“Practical Political Economy III. Railroad Rates and Railroad Legislation.” Saturday Night, November 26, 1910, 4.

“Price Monopoly Problem of Today.” Plaindealer (Strathcona, Alberta), November 29, 1910.

“The Union of South Africa.” American Political Science Review, 4 (November 1910), 498-507.

“Practical Political Economy IV. The Theory of Money.” Saturday Night, December 3, 1910, 12.

“Practical Political Economy V. Bi-metallism.” Saturday Night, December 10, 1910, 23.

“Practical Political Economy VI. Paper Money.” Saturday Night, December 17, 1910, 21-22.

“Practical Political Economy VII. The Movement of Prices and the Rise in the Cost of Living.” Saturday Night, December 24, 1910, 21-22.

“Practical Political Economy VIII. The International Movement of Money and the Foreign Exchanges.” Saturday Night, December 31, 1910, 10.

“The Devil and the Deep Sea: A Discussion of Modern Morality.” University Magazine [McGill], 9 (December 1910), 616-26.

1911

The Great Victory in Canada. London [1911].

Nonsense Novels. London: John Lane; New York: John Lane, 1911.

“Practical Political Economy IX. The Theory of Free Trade.” Saturday Night, January 7, 1911, 13.

“Practical Political Economy X. Free Trade in Great Britain.” Saturday Night, January 14, 1911, 10, 21.

“Practical Political Economy XI. The Economic Basis of Protection.” Saturday Night, January 21, 1911, 10.

“Practical Political Economy XII. The Tariff Policy of the German Empire.” Saturday Night, January 28, 1911, 21.

“Practical Political Economy XIII. Free Trade in Great Britain and Protection in Germany; a comparison.” Saturday Night, February 4, 1911, 10.

“Practical Political Economy XIV. The Tariff System of the United States.” Saturday Night, February 11, 1911, 10.

“Practical Political Economy XV. The Theory of Banking and the Bank of England.” Saturday Night, February 18, 1911, 23.

“Practical Political Economy XVI. The National Banking System of the United States.” Saturday Night, February 25, 1911, 21.

“Practical Political Economy XVII. The Theory of Wages.” Saturday Night, March 4, 1911, 21.

“Practical Political Economy XVIII. Industrial Legislation: Factory Acts.” Saturday Night, March 11, 1911, 10.

“Practical Political Economy XIX. State Insurance and Old Age Pensions.” Saturday Night, March 18, 1911, 5, 23.

“Practical Political Economy XX. State Arbitration of Industrial Disputes.” Saturday Night, March 25, 1911, 5, 10.

“Practical Political Economy XXI. The General Theory of Taxation.” Saturday Night, April 1, 1911, 9, 14.

“Practical Political Economy XXII. Taxation in Great Britain.” Saturday Night, April 8, 1911, 10.

“Practical Political Economy XXIII. Taxation in the United States.” Saturday Night, April 15, 1911, 9-10.

“Practical Political Economy XXIV. The Theory of Socialism.” Saturday Night, April 22, 1911, 15, 20.

“Practical Political Economy XXV. Socialism as a Political Force.” Saturday Night, April 29, 1911, 5, 23.

“Canada and the Immigration Problem.” National Review, 57 (April 1911), 316-27.

“The Political Rights of Women—The Case Against the Suffrage.” Toronto Star Weekly, May 13, 1911.

“The Great Victory in Canada.” National Review, 58 (November 1911), 381-92.

“What Shall We Do About the Navy?” University Magazine [McGill], 10 (December 1911), 535-53.

1912

Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town. London: John Lane, The Bodley Head; New York: John Lane; Toronto: Bell and Cockburn, 1912.

“Mariposa and Its People.” Montreal Star, February 17, 1912, 21.

“The Glorious Victory of Mr. Smith.” Montreal Star, February 24, 1912,12.

“Speculations of Jefferson Thorpe.” Montreal Star, March 2, 1912, 23.

“The Marine Excursion of the Knights of Pythias.” Montreal Star, March 16, 1912, 23.

“The Ministrations of Canon Drone.” Montreal Star, March 23, 1912, 23.

“Mariposa’s Whirlwind Campaign.” Montreal Star, March 30, 1912, 23.

“The Engagement of Mr. Pupkin.” Montreal Star, April 13, 1912, 29.

“The Fore-Ordained Attachment of Zena McGaw and Peter Pupkin.” Montreal Star, April 20, 1912, 21.

“The Great Mariposa Bank Mystery.” Montreal Star, May 4, 1912, 23. “The Great Election in Missinaba Gounty.” Montreal Star, May 25, 1912, 22.

“The Candidacy of Mr. Smith.” Montreal Star, June 8, 1912, 21.

“L’Envoi: The Train to Mariposa.” Montreal Star, June 22, 1912, 22.

“My College Days: A Retrospect.” Old McGill, 15 (1912), 28.

“A Retrospect. My College Days.” Old McGill, 15 (1912), 28.

1913

Behind the Beyond, and Other Contributions to Human Knowledge. London: John Lane, 1913.

“The Canadian Senate and the Naval Bill.” National Review, 61 (July 1913), 986-98.

“The Dentist and the Gas.” American Magazine, 76 (July 1913), 71-72.

“Behind the Beyond: in Three Acts and Two Drinks.” American Magazine, 76 (August 1913), 46-52.

“Familiar Incidents: With the Photographer.” American Magazine, 76 (September 1913), 82-84.

“An Academic Discussion: Homer and Humbug.” Century Magazine, 86 (October 1913), 952-55.

“Under the Barber’s Knife.” American Magazine, 76 (October 1913), 84, 86.

“My Unknown Friend. Familiar Incidents.” American Magazine, 76 (November 1913), 71-72.

“Making a Magazine: The Dream of a Contributor.” American Magazine, 76 (December 1913), 69-70, 72.

1914

Adventures of the Far North, a chronicle of the frozen seas. Toronto, Glasgow: Brook and Company, 1914.

Arcadian Adventures with the Idle Rich. London: John Lane, 1914.

The Dawn of Canadian History: A Chronicle of Aboriginal Canada and The Coming of The White Man. Toronto, Glasgow: Brook and Company, 1914.

The Mariner of St. Malo: A Chronicle of the Voyages of Jacques Cartier. Toronto, Glasgow: Brook and Company, 1914.

The Methods of Mr. Sellyer; A Book Store Study. New York: John Lane, 1914.

My Financial Career and How to Make a Million Dollars. New York: Winthrop Press, 1914.

Number Fifty-six. New York: Winthrop Press, 1914.

“Aristocratic Anecdotes; or, Little Stories of Great People.” Century, 87 (March 1914), 803-805.

“Education Made Agreeable; or, The Diversions of a Professor.” American Magazine, 77 (March 1914), 55-56.

“The Perils and Pitfalls of College Journalism.” The McGilliad, 1 (March 1914), 3.

“An Everyday Experience.” Century Magazine, 87 (April 1914), 968.

“The First Newspaper: A Sort of Allegory.” University Magazine [McGill], 13 (April 1914), 220-29.

“Who is Also Who: A Companion Volume to Who’s Who.” American Magazine, 77 (May 1914), 64-65.

“Arcadian Adventures With the Idle Rich.” American Magazine, 77 (July 1914), 29-34; (September 1914), 34-38; (October 1914), 49-54; (November 1914), 50-54.

“The European War.” The Orillia News Letter, August 12, 1914, 1, 4.

“American Humour.” Nineteenth Century, 76 (August 1914), 444-57.

“Familiar Incidents: My Unknown Friend.” American Magazine, 76 (November 1914), 71-72.

“Novels Read to Order: First Aid for the Busy Millionaire.” Century Magazine, 89 (November 1914), 156-60.

“The American Attitude.” University Magazine [McGill], 13 (December 1914), 595-97.

1915

Marionettes’ Calendar 1916. London: John Lane, 1915.

Marionettes’ Engagement Book. London: John Lane, 1915.

Moonbeams from the Larger Lunacy. New York: John Lane, 1915.

Q”; A Farce in One Act, By Stephen Leacock and Basil Macdonald Hastings. New York: S. French, c1915.

The Truth About Prohibition from the Viewpoint of an Eminent Professor. New York: Allied Printing Trades Council [1915?].

“Why People Should Own and Read Books.” North American Book Page, March 20, 1915.

“Sidelights on the Superman: An Interview With General Bernhardi.” McGill Daily, March 1915 [Special War Contingent], 10, 40.

“Dickens Fireside Fantasy.” Bookman, 41 (April 1915), 169-78.

“Speeding Up Business.” Puck, 77 (July 17, 1915), 9, 21.

“The Lot of the Schoolmaster.” Maclean’s Magazine, 28 (September 1915), 11-13,101-102.

“The Woman Question.” Maclean’s Magazine, 28 (October 1915), 7-9.

“Two Little Boys: An Allegory.” Collier’s, 56 (November 27, 1915), 50.

“Madeline of the Movies: A Photoplay Done Back into Words.” Puck, 78 (December 4, 1915), 22, 30, 32, 34, 44.

“The Peace-makers.” Maclean’s Magazine, 29 (December 1915), 7-9, 104-108.

1916

Essays and Literary Studies. New York: John Lane; London: John Lane, The Bodley Head; Toronto: S.B. Gundy, 1916.

Further Foolishness: Sketches and Satires on the Follies of the Day. New York: John Lane; London: John Lane, The Bodley Head; Toronto: S.B. Gundy, 1916.

“After the War—Ruin or Prosperity?” Macleans Magazine, 29 (January 1916), 11-13, 107-108.

“The Call of the Carburetor; or, Mr. Blinks and His Friends.” Puck, 78 (January 1, 1916), 17, 23-24.

“Simple Stories of Success.” Maclean’s Magazine, 29 (February 1916), 9-12.

“English As She Is Taught at College.” Harper’s Weekly, 62 (February 1916), 203.

“Germany From Within.” Macleans Magazine, 29 (March 1916), 13-16.

“More Than Twice-Told Tales.” Maclean’s Magazine, 29 (April 1916), 39-41, 56.

“The Old, Old Trouble.” Puck, 79 (April 15, 1916), 10.

“Humour As I See It and Something About Humour in Canada.” Maclean’s Magazine, 29 (May 1916), 11-13, 111-113.

“Our Shorter Still Stories.” Century Magazine, 92 (June 1916), 318-19.

“My Delusions.” Puck, 80 (July 29, 1916), 10.

“Our Perplexity Column.” Puck, 80 (August 19, 1916), 10.

“Is Permanent Peace Possible?” Maclean’s Magazine, 29 (August 1916), 7-8, 77-79; (October 1916), 12-13, 92-93.

“Study in Still Life, My Tailor.” Century Magazine, 92 (August 1916), 637-38.

“Let Us Learn Russian.” Star (Toronto), September 23, 1916.

“The Errors of Santa Claus.” Puck, 81 (December 2, 1916), 17.

“O. Henry and His Critics.” New Republic, 9 (December 2, 1916), 120-22.

“Abdul Aziz Has His.” Maclean’s Magazine, 30 (December 1916), 19-22, 77-81.

1917

Merry Christmas. Two hundred copies printed in the shop of William Edwin Rudge for his friends, Christmas, 1917.

National Organization for War. Ottawa: National Service Board of Canada, 1917.

“Lost in New York.” Puck, 81 (January 20, 1917), 9, 24.

“In Dry Toronto.” Maclean’s Magazine, 30 (January 1917), 13-15.

“In Merry Mexico.” Maclean’s Magazine, 30 (February 1917), 16-18, 76-79.

“Ten Million Dollars for the Asking.” Maclean’s Magazine, 30 (March 1917), 9-12.

“Forty Years Ago.” Puck, 81 (April 14, 1917), 10.

“Sunshine in Mariposa: A Play in Four Acts.” Maclean’s Magazine, 30 (May 1917), 18-21, 75-82; (June) 23-26, 83-89; (July) 51-53, 95-102.

“Frenzied Fiction for the Dog Days.” Maclean’s Magazine, 30 (August 1917), 33-35.

“The Old, Old Story of How Five Men Went Fishing.” Macleans Magazine, 30 (September 1917), 21-23.

“Back to the City!” Maclean’s Magazine, 30 (October 1917), 39-42.

“Politics From Within.” Maclean’s Magazine, 31 (December 1917), 23-25.

1918

Frenzied Fiction. London: John Lane, The Bodley Head; New York: John Lane, 1918.

Wet or Dry? Privately printed, 1918.

“My New Year’s Resolutions.” Puck, 82 (January 20, 1918), 9.

“Inside the Tank.” Maclean’s Magazine, 31 (January 1918), 38-40.

“May Time in Mariposa.” Maclean’s Magazine, 31 (May 1918), 13-15.

“Edwin Drood Is Alive.” Bellman, 24 (June 15, 1918), 655-62.

“The Boarder’s War Pledge.” Puck, 83 (August 1918), 21.

“Better Dead.” Maclean’s Magazine, 31 (November 1918), 24-26.

1919

The Hohenzollerns in America; With the Bolsheviks in Berlin and Other Impossibilities. London: John Lane, The Bodley Head; New York: John Lane, 1919.

“The Book Agent: or, Why Do People Buy Books?” Canadian Bookman, 1 (January 1919), 17-19.

“More About Germany From Within.” Maclean’s Magazine, 32 (February 1919), 10-11, 65-67.

“Reconstruction in Turkey.” Maclean’s Magazine, 32 (April 1919), 20-21, 66.

“The Warning of Prohibition in America.” National Review, 73 (July 1919), 680-87.

“Tyranny of Prohibition.” Living Age, 302 (August 2, 1919), 301-306.

“Social Unrest After the War.” New York Times, August 31, 1919, sec. 4, 1.

“Lecturer at Large.” Maclean’s Magazine, 32 (August 1919), 13-14, 61-62.

“The Road of Freedom.” New York Times, September 7, 1919, sec. 4, 7.

“Man’s Work and His Wage.” New York Times, September 14, 1919, sec. 4, 7.

“Work and Wages and the Peril of the Industrial Balance of Power.” New York Times, September 21, 1919, sec. 3, 4.

“Social Control for Equal Opportunity.” New York Times, October 2, 1919, sec. 9, 2.

“Socialism in Operation: a Prison.” New York Times, October 5, 1919, v. 69, no. 22, 534; sec. 10, 3.

“My Memories and Miseries.” Maclean’s Magazine, 32 (November 1919), 18-19.

“The Passing of the Christmas Ghost Story.” Bookman (N.Y.), 50 (November 1919), 257-61.

1920

How Mr. Bellamy Looked Backward…, Milwaukee, Wis., American Constitutional League of Wisconsin [c1920].

The Unsolved Riddle of Social Justice. New York: John Lane; London: John Lane, The Bodley Head; Toronto: S.B. Gundy, 1920.

Winsome Winnie, and Other New Nonsense Novels. Toronto: S.B. Gundy; London: John Lane, The Bodley Head; New York: John Lane, 1920.

“Teaching of French in Ontario.” Canadian Bookman, 2 (January 1920), n.s., 6-9.

“Little Glimpses of the Future in America.” Vanity Fair, June 1920, 53.

“John and I; or, How I Nearly Lost My Husband.” Bystander (London), 67 (July 21, 1920), 191-92, 194.

“New Nonsense Novels.” Harper’s Magazine, 141 (July-October 1920), 187-95, 305-11, 545-49, 599-610.

“What I Read As A Child.” Toronto Public Library Book Bulletin, 10, n.s., no. 7-9 (July-September 1920), 1-2.

“Winsome Winnie: or, Trial and Temptation.” Bystander (London), 67 (July 7-14, 1920), 47-48, 50, 52, 117-18, 121-22.

“Who Do You Think Did It? or, the Mixed-up Murder Mystery.” Bystander (London), 67 (August 11-September 1, 1920), 389-90, 451-52, 454, 513-14, 516, 559-60, 562.

“Split in the Cabinet; or, The Fate of England.” Bystander (London), 67 (September 1920), 621-22, 624, 697-98, 700, 704.

“Broken Barriers; or, Red Love on a Blue Island.” Bystander (London), 68 (October 1920), 125-26, 130, 132, 217-18, 220, 222.

“What the Colleges Really Need.” New York Times, November 14, 1920, sec. 3, 16.

“Personal Experiments With the Black Bass.” Bystander (London), 68 (December 1, 1920), 645-46, 648.

“The Graduates and the Campaign.” McGill News, 2 (1920-21), 10.

“A Tale of the New Time. The Kidnapped Plumber.” Bystander (London), 68 (1920), 65-68, 70, 94, 98.

1921

The Case Against Prohibition. London: The Freedom Association, 1921.

The Need For Dormitories at McGill. [Montreal: McGill Centennial Endowment, 1921].

“That Vampire Woman.” The Standard (Montreal), January 15, 1921.

“A Sermon on College Humour.” Goblin, 1 (February 1921), 3-4.

“The Approach of the Comet.” The (Montreal) Standard, March 5, 1921. (Syndicated, 1921).

“On the Art of Taking a Vacation.” Outlook (N.Y.), May 25, 1921, 160-62. ”Painless Tax.” Collier’s, 67 (June 18, 1921), 56.

“Tom Lachford, Promoter.” Life, 78 (September 8, 1921), 17, 26.

“How I Succeeded in My Business.” Vanity Fair, September, 1921, 46.

“Disarmament and Common Sense.” Collier’s, 118 (October 8, 1921), 5-6.

“My Impressions of England: As Exported to America.” Illustrated Sunday Herald, October 16, 1921, 3.

“Does Euclid Make Good Wives?” Sunday Pictorial, November 20, 1921, 7.

“Inflation and Deflation.” The Morning Post (London), December 12, 1921, 7.

“Stephen Leacock Interviews Himself.” Detroit Athletics Club News, 6 (December 1921), 33, ill.

“Stephen Interviews Leacock.” Maclean’s Magazine, 34 (December 1, 1921), 9.

“Preface.” The Letters of Si Whiffletree—Freshman. Frank D. Genest, ed. Montreal, 1921.

“Are Moving Pictures Punk?” (Syndicated, 1921).*

“The Crime Wave.” (Syndicated, 1921).*

“Crossing the Frontier.” (Syndicated, 1921).*

“The Drama As It Was and Is.” (Syndicated, 1921).*

“Easy Marks.” (Syndicated, 1921).*

“Is Dancing Immoral?” (Syndicated, 1921).*

“The Moral Wave of the New Year.” (Syndicated, 1921).*

“Should Bachelors be Taxed to Extinction?” (Syndicated, 1921).*

“This Blue Law Business.” (Syndicated, 1921).*

“Tight Money.” (Syndicated, 1921).*

“Whose Move Is It?” (Syndicated, 1921).*

“Why I Murdered My Landlord.” (Syndicated, 1921).*

“Why I Refuse to Play Golf.” (Syndicated, 1921).*

1922

My Discovery of England. London: John Lane, 1922.

“Introduction.” Of All Things. Robert Benchley. London: John Lane, 1922.

“Prohibition Comes to London.” Maclean’s Magazine, 35 (January 1, 1922), 16.

“Co-Education Roasted.” McGill Daily, January 31, 1922, 2.

“Stories and Storytellers.” Outlook, 130 (February 1, 1922), 183-84.

“Exporting Humour to England.” Harper’s Magazine, 144 (March 1922), 435-40.

“Is Prohibition Coming to England?” Collier’s, 69 (April 15, 1922), 9-10.

“My Discovery of England.” Harper’s Magazine, 144 (April 1922), 560.

“Why I Like Bad Music.” The Fellowcrafter, 4 (April 1922), 10-11.

“As I Saw Politics in England.” Maclean’s Magazine, 35 (May 1, 1922), 20, 46-48.

“Wanted: More Profiteers.” Collier’s, 69 (May 6, 1922), 3-4.

“Oxford As I See It.” Harper’s Magazine, 144 (May 1922), 738-45.

“Horrors of Oxford.” Living Age, 313 (June 24, 1922), 779-81.

“British and the American Press.” Harper’s Magazine, 145 (June 1922), 1-9.

“The Faded Actor.” Goblin, 3 (June-July, 1922), 7-10.

“Roughing it in the Bush.” Maclean’s Magazine, 36 (October 1, 1922), 18.

“My Plans for Moose Hunting.” Detroit Athletic Club News, 7 (October 1922), 7, 21.

“We Are Teaching Women All Wrong.” Collier’s, 68 (December 31, 1922), 15.

“The Oldest Living Graduate.” McGill Yearbook, 1 (1922), 60.

1923

College Days. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1923.

Over The Footlights. Toronto: S.B. Gundy, 1923.

“The Drama As I See It. I. Cast Up By the Sea.” Maclean’s Magazine, 36 (February 1, 1923), 15-16, 46-51.

“The Drama As I See It. II. The Soul Call.” Maclean’s Magazine, 36 (March 1, 1923), 14-15, 65-67.

“The Drama As I See It. III. Dead Men’s Gold.” Maclean’s Magazine, 36 (April 1, 1923), 18-19, 57-58.

“On My Objections to Golf.” St. Martin-in-the-Fields Review, 386 (April 1923), 163-67.

“The Drama As I See It. IV. The Greek Drama.” Maclean’s Magazine, 36 (May 1, 1923), 22-23, 73-74.

“The Drama As I See It. V. Masterpieces of Other Nations.” Maclean’s Magazine, 36 (June 1, 1923), 22-23, 48-50.

“The Drama As I See It. VI. Historical Drama.” Maclean’s Magazine, 36 (July 15, 1923), 14-15, 40-44.

“My Interviewer.” Harper’s Magazine, 147 (August 1923), 425-27.

“My Unposted Correspondence.” London Magazine (December 1923), 751-53.

“Then and Now: The College News of Forty Years Ago and the College News of Today.” McGill News, 5 (December 1923), 2-3.

“McGill in 2000 A.D.: A Fragment From A Future History….” Old McGill, 25 (1923), 201.

1924

The Garden Of Folly. Toronto: S.B. Gundy, 1924.

A Book of Ridiculous Stories. Little Blue Book No. 1115. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius, 1924.

A Book of Funny Dramatics. Little Blue Book No. 1116. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius, 1924.

The Human Animal and Its Folly. Little Blue Book No. 1117. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius, 1924.

Life At I See It. Little Blue Book No. 1118. Girard, Kansas: HaldemanJulius, 1924.

Follies in Fiction. Little Blue Book No. 1119. Girard, Kansas: HaldemanJulius, 1924.

Essays of Serious Spoofing. Little Blue Book No. 1120. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius, 1924.

The Gold Standard. An address delivered before the 1924 Life Insurance Educational Congress held at Toronto, Ont. [n.p., 1924].

The Proper Limitations of State Interference. Toronto, 1924.

“Introduction of the Horseless Cab.” Library Digest, 80 (January 26, 1924), 36.

“The Secrets of Success.” Harper’s Magazine, 148 (February 1924), 334-42.

“Manual of the New Mentality.” Harper’s Magazine, 148 (March 1924), 471-80.

“The Human Body, Its Care and Prevention.” Harper’s Magazine, 148 (April 1924), 593-602.

“Business As I See It.” Harper’s Magazine, 148 (May 1924), 815-25.

“Personal Habits and Sayings of the Emperor Napoleon.” Harper’s Magazine, 149 (June 1924), 126-27.

“State Salary.” Collier’s, 74 (August 30, 1924), 19.

“Such Fine Murders We’re Having!” Collier’s, 74 (November 1, 1924), 16, 37.

“Randolph Ketchum Jones.” Financial Post, November 21, 1924, 10.

“The Old College and the New University.” Old McGill, 26 (1924), 21-22.

1925

“Preface.” The Transportation of Canadian Wheat to the Sea. L.M. Fair. University Economic Studies; National Problems of Canada, No. 1. Montreal: McGill University, 1925.

“Preface.” Reciprocal and Preferential Tariffs. The 1925 Graduating Class in Commerce. Toronto: Macmillan, for the Dept. of Economics and Political Science, McGill University, Montreal [1925].

“Preface.” Ocean and Inland Water Transport. The 1925 Graduating Class in Commerce. McGill University Economic Studies; National Problems of Canada, No. 2. Montreal: McGill University [1925].

“Bygone Education and Radio.” Radio, the Wireless Quarterly, 1 (New Year, 1925), 6-7.

“How My Wife and I Built Our Home for $4.90.” Maclean’s Magazine, 38 (January 15, 1925), 7, 55.

“Americans and Humours of War.” Collier’s, 75 (May 30, 1925), 11.

“Bed-Time Stories for Grown-Up People.” Forum, 79 (May 30, 1925), 11.

“Humor and Humors of War.” Collier’s, 75 (May 30, 1925), 11.

“The Twenty-Second General Strike in England.” Orillia Newsletter, July 14, 1925, 11.

“Slams Across the Sea.” Collier’s, 76 (July 18, 1925), 16, 34.

“As the Cat Jumps.” Collier’s, 76 (August 29, 1925), 23.

“New Light From Light Minds.” Collier’s, 76 (September 12, 1925), 15.

“The Mother of Parliaments.” Harper’s Magazine, 151 (September 1925), 418-19.

“Vehicle for Literary Expression Is Needed at McGill.” McGill Daily, 15 (October 28, 1925), 1.

“The Flight of College Time.” McGill Fortnightly Review, 1 (November 21, 1925), 3.

“On the Continued Progress of McGill University.” Old McGill, 27 (1925), 56, 322.

“Things Wanting at McGill: A Message to the Annual.” Old McGill, 27 (1925), 30.

1926

Winnowed Wisdom; A New Book of Humour. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1926.

“Preface.” The Port of Montreal. Laurence Chalmers Tombs. Toronto: Macmillan, for the Dept. of Economics and Political Science, McGill University, Montreal [1926].

“Throwing Down the Uplift.” Collier’s, 11 (January 9, 1926), 22, 45.

“The Transit of Venus.” Good Housekeeping Magazine, 82 (January 1926), 78-81.

“On Debates at College.” McGill Fortnightly Review, 1 (February 6, 1926), 47-48.

“The Work of the Universities.” Institute Bulletin, 6 (March 1926), 2-8.

“How I Made Myself Young at Seventy.” Metropolitan Newspaper Service, May 30, 1926.*

“The Return of the Graduate.” Metropolitan Newspaper Service, June 6, 1926*

“My Fellow Club Men.” Orillia Newsletter, June 23, 1926.

“A Diary of the League of Nations.” Saturday Evening Post, 198 (June 26, 1926), 11.

“What the Duce!” Collier’s, 78 (July 3, 1926), 15.

“Old Junk and New Bunk.” Collier’s, 78 (October 30, 1926), 20.

“Quebec Liquor Law.” Review of Reviews, 74 (October 1926), 370.

“The Value of Criticism.” Bookman (London), 71 (November 1926), 105.

1927

“Preface.” Assisted Emigration and Land Settlement With Special Reference to Western Canada. John Thomas Culliton. Montreal: Dept. of Economics and Political Science, McGill University [1927], 79.

“Social Justice and the Revolution.” Proceedings of the Professional Institute of Civil Service, March 28, 1927, 32.

“The Colleges and Humour.” McGill Martlet, 1 (March 1927), 7-8, 32-33.

“A Call to Youth. (The Environment of Letters: Culture of the Mind).” The Times (London), July 1, 1927, xxi-g.

“On Literature.” The Times (London), July 1, 1927, 21.

“Roughing It.” Collier’s, 80 (July 9, 1927), 27.

“Children’s Poetry Revised.” Harper’s Magazine, 155 (July 1927), 252-53.

“Scenery and Signboards.” Harper’s Magazine, 155 (August 1927), 382-83.

“Save Me From the Man Who Has a Speech to Make.” Harper’s Magazine, 155 (September 1927), 516-17.

“My Friend the Reporter.” Harper’s Magazine, 155 (October 1927), 647-48.

1928

Short Circuits. Toronto: Macmillan [1928].

“Mother Goose-Step For Children.” Forum, 79 (March 1928), 365-69.

“See the Conquering Aero Come!” Goblin, 8 (March 1928), 9.

“Mathematics for Golfers.” Harper’s Magazine, 156 (April 1928), 647-49.

“The Economic Aspect of Aviation.” Royal Society of Canada, Proceedings and Transactions, 22, series 3 (May 1928), 213-32.

“Elegy Written Near a City Freight Yard.” Forum, 79 (May 1928), 690-93.

“Heroines.” Forum, 80 (July 1928), 45-48.

“The Future of American Humour.” St. Louis Post-Dispatch, December 9, 1928, Fiftieth Anniversary Supplement: American Sec., 4-5.

“The National Literature Problem in Canada.” The Canadian Mercury, 1 (December 1928), 8-9.

1929

The Iron Man & The Tin Woman, With Other Such Futurities; A Book of Little Sketches of To-Day and To-Morrow. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1929.

“Preface.” The Foreign Trade of Canada. Henry Laureys. Toronto: Macmillan, 1929.

“The Memoirs of a Night-Watchman.” Metropolitan Newspaper Service, March 10, 1929.*

“This Heart-to-Heart Stuff” The Standard (Montreal), March 16, 1929, 50.

“Mr. Chairman, I Beg to Move—.” The Standard (Montreal), March 23, 1929, 52.

“Long After Bedtime.” The Standard (Montreal), March 30, 1929, 48. Toronto Star Weekly, March 30, 1929, 12.

“Overhauling the Encyclopedia.” The Standard (Montreal), April 6, 1929, 50.

“Portents of the Future.” The Standard (Montreal), April 13, 1929, 50.

“Legislative Language.” Metropolitan Newspaper Service, May 5, 1929.*

“Tennis at the Smiths’.” Metropolitan Newspaper Service, August 4, 1929.*

1930

Economic Prosperity in The British Empire. Toronto: Macmillan, 1930.

“A Medieval Hole in One.” Harper’s Magazine, 160 (January 1930), 249-52.

“On Empire Trade.” The Times (London), April 12, 1930, 11.

“In Praise of Brook Trout.” Holiday (October 1930), 31, 67.

“What Next?” Spectator, 145 (November 22, 1930), 776-77.

“Once to Everyman.” The Sportsman Pilot (December 1930), 17, 46.

1931

Wet Wit and Dry Humour, Distilled from the Pages of Stephen Leacock. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1931.

“Charles Thompson Noble.” McGill News, 12 (March 1931), 53-55.

“Americans Are Queer.” Forum, 85 (April 1931), 224-25.

“The Fall of the Pound Sterling.” Montreal Daily Star, October 10, 1931, 1, 21; October 13, 1931, 1, 21.

“If the Gandhi Habit Spreads.” The Rogues’Gallery. Bell Syndicate, November 8, 1931.*

“Let There be Peace in Saskatchewan.” The Sheaf, November 12, 1931, 1.

“The Income Tax: Its Fallacy and its Failure.” The Spectator, 147 (November 21, 1931), 697-98.

“Beating Back to Prosperity.” Mail and Empire (Toronto), November 28, 1931, 3.

“Correspondence, The Tangent and the Ten Cent Plug.” McGill Daily, November 28, 1931, 2.

“Needed—A Happy New Year.” New York Herald Tribune Magazine, December 27, 1931, 1-2.

“Be Honest With Yourself in Choosing Your Reading.” Ontario Library Review, 16 (1931), 15-16.

“A Convenient Calendar for Future Years.” Old McGill, 34 (1931), 62.

“Our Class, Advice and Warning from 1891 to 1931.” The Cornell Widow (1931), 20.

1932

Afternoons in Utopia; tales of the new time. Toronto: Macmillan, 1932.

Back to Prosperity; The Great Opportunity of the Empire Conference. Toronto: Macmillan, 1932.

The Dry Pickwick and Other Incongruities. London: John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1932.

Lahontan’s Voyages. Edited with introduction and notes by Stephen Leacock. Ottawa: Graphic Publishers, 1932.

Mark Twain. London: Peter Davies, 1932.

“Preface.” The Story of Money. Mary (Duncan) Carter. New York: Farrar and Rinehart, [c1932].

“Colonies for War Debts.” New York Herald Tribune, January 17, 1932, 1-2.

“Novel Idea Proposed Recommending a Weekly Literary Issue.” McGill Daily, January 22, 1932, 1; January 23, 1932, 2; January 25, 1932, 1; January 28, 1932, 2.

“War Stuff.” Rotarian, 42 (January 1932), 9-10, 49.

“Leacock Outlines Recovery Plan in Cincinnati Speech.” The Montreal Daily Star, February 5, 1932.

“Brook Trout as a National Asset.” Rod and Gun in Canada, 33 (March 1932), 5-7.

“Baron Lahontan, Explorer.” Canadian Geographical Journal, 4 (May 1932), 281-94.

“An Irreducible Detective Story.” Golden Book, 15 (May 1932), 419.

“If Gold Should Cease To Be Gold.” Canadian Mining and Metal Bulletin, 244 (August, 1932), 430-36.

“Christmas Fiction and National Friction: 1. Story of the Repentant Earl; 2. Story of the Christmas Ghost.” Spectator, 149 (November 18, 1932), 730-32.

“Mr. Gandhi and Uncle Sam.” Spectator, 149 (December 23, 1932), 888-89.

“Mythical Men.” (Syndicated, 1932).*

“Ominous News.” (Syndicated, 1932).*

“Why Graduate? A Last Appeal of the Class of 1932.” Old McGill, 35 (1932), 60.

1933

Charles Dickens, His Life and Work. London: P. Davies, 1933.

The Economic Analysis of Industrial Depression, n.p., 1933.

Stephen Leacock’s Plan to Relieve the Depression in 6 Days, To Remove It in 6 Months, To Eradicate It in 6 Years. Toronto: Macmillan, 1933.

“Happy New Year, Mars!” New York Herald Tribune Magazine, January 1, 1933, 1-2.

“Ourselves and Communists.” Ottawa Journal, January 2, 1933.

“Canadians Hopeful But Not Predicting.” New York Times, January 8, 1933, 4, 8.

“Ills of the Present System of Education Deplored.” McGill Daily, February 10, 1933, 1.

“Finding a Formula.” Harper’s Magazine, 166 (March 1933), 490-92.

“Dr. Leacock’s Protest.” London (Ont.) Advertiser, June 2, 1933.

“The Plain Man at the Play.” Rotarian, 43 (October 1933), 20-21, 55-56.

“General Currie.” Herald (Montreal), December 6, 1933.

“Who’s Who in Humour.” New York Herald Tribune, December 10, 1933, 9-10.

“Lahontan in Minnesota.” Minnesota History, 14 (December 1933), 367-77.

“Rare Traveller’s Account.” Canadian Historical Review, 14 (December 1933), 409-11.

1934

The Greatest Pages of Charles Dickens; a Biographical Reader and a Chronological Selection from the Works of Dickens With a Commentary on His Life and Art. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Doran, 1934.

Lincoln Frees The Slaves. New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1934.

The Perfect Salesman. Edited by E.V. Knox. New York: Robert M. McBride, [1934], The Pursuit of Knowledge; A Discussion of Freedom and Compulsion in Education. New York: Liveright Publishing Corporation [c1934].

“Preface.” La liberté d’opinion. George R.W. Owen. Montreal: Guy Drummond, 1934, 5-6.

“Preface.” A Christmas Carol, in prose; being a ghost story of Christmas. Charles Dickens. Boston: Printed for the members of the Limited Editions club at the Merrymount Press, 1934. xi, 100 pp.

“The Advancement of Learning: A Talk to Graduate Students.” McGill Daily, 23 (March 16, 1934), 2.

“Why Do We Laugh?” Christian Science Monitor Magazine, April 18, 1934, 1-2.

“The Humorist Who Made Lincoln Laugh.” New York Times Book Review, April 22, 1934, 8-9.

“The Last Five Years in Canada: How the Country Reacted in a Period of Depression.” The World Today: Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1 (April 1934), 22-25.

“My Revelations As a Spy.” Golden Book Magazine, 19 (April 1934), no. 112, 417-21.

“Stirring Pageant of Canadian History (Jacques Cartier).” New York Times Magazine, August 19, 1934, 6-7, 17.

“Two Humorists: Charles Dickens and Mark Twain.” Yale Review, 24 (September 1934), n.s., 118-29.

“Is Canada Breaking Up?” Montreal Daily Star, December 15, 1934, 19.

“Our Lost Anatomist.” (Montreal), December 17, 1934.

“Colleges and the Public.” McGill News, 16 (1934-35), 48-49.

“The Revision of Democracy.” [Presidential Address]. Canadian Political Science Association Papers and Proceedings, 6 (1934), 5-16.

1935

Humor: Its Theory and Technique, With Examples and Samples; A Book of Discovery. Toronto: Dodd, Mead, [c1935].

The Restoration of the Finances of McGill University; Suggestions Submitted to the Consideration of My Fellow Members of the University. 1. To Diminish the Deficit. 2. To Carry the Deficit. 3. To Remove the Deficit. Montreal. Privately printed, 1935.

Suggestions for Economy at McGill. Privately printed, January 1935.

“Preface.” Le nationalisme économique français. Harrison Clark. Montreal: Guy Drummond, [1935].

“Preface.” Mark Twain Wit and Wisdom. Cyril Clemens. New York: Fred A. Stokes, 1935.

“Bankers Are Farmers at Heart.” New York Herald Tribune, February 11, 1935, 1, 13.

“Recovery After Graduation: or, Looking Back Upon College.” Golden Book Magazine, 21 (February 1935), 114-16.

“What Is Left of Adam Smith?” Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science, 1 (February 1935), 41-51.

“How Bankers Talk.” Banker’s Magazine, 130 (April 1935), 512-13.

“Mark Twain and Canada.” Queen’s Quarterly, 42 (Spring 1935), 68-81.

“Mr. Bennett’s National Policy.” McGill News, 91 (Spring 1935), 7.

“Crisis Held Rising on the Rhine Zone.” New York Times, May 21, 1935, 9.

“Our Ignoramus Club.” Star (Washington, D.C.), June 2, 1935.

“Good Times Can Come Again.” Current History, 42 (June 1935), 233-39.

“Everlasting Woman Question.” Rotarian, 47 (August 1935), 13-14.

“The Ignoramus Club.” Column Review, 1 (August 1935), 73-75.

“The Lake Simcoe Country.” Canadian Geographic Journal, 11 (September 1935), 109-16.

“The Spiritual Outlook of Mr. Doomer.” Golden Book Magazine, 22 (September 1935), 285-87.

“Canada’s Crossroads.” This Week (Herald Tribune), October 13, 1935, 2, 24-25.

“Mark Twain.” The Evening Standard, November 18, 1935, 7, 11.

“Sex, Sex, Sex—I’m Sick of It.” (Syndicated, 1935). The Chattanooga Times, May 5, 1935, 6.

1936

Funny Pieces: A Book of Random Sketches. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1936. The Gathering Financial Crisis in Canada: A Survey of the Present Critical Situation. Toronto: Macmillan, 1936.

The Greatest Pages of American Humor, Selected and Discussed by Stephen Leacock: A Study of the Rise and Development of Humorous Writings in America With Selections from The Most Notable of the Humorists. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Doran, 1936.

Hellements of Hickonomics in Hiccoughs of Verse Done in Our Social Planning Mill. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1936.

The Leacock Laughter Book: Containing Short Circuits, Afternoons in Utopia. London: John Lane [1936].

“Prefaces.” The French Franc and the Gold Standard. 1926-1936. Philip F. Vienberg. Montreal: Printed at the Witness Press, [1936?].

“Academic Freedom.” Maclean’s Magazine, 49 (February 1, 1936), 14-15, 38-39.

“The Tide Turns in Canada: The Recent Election and What It Means.” The World Today: Encyclopaedia Britannica, 3 (February 1936), 7-10.

“Diplomatic Detours.” This Week, March 8, 1936, 7.

“I’ll Stay in Canada.” This Week, March 8, 1936, 6, 21.

“The Past Quarter Century.” Maclean’s Magazine, 49 (March 15, 1936), 36, 38.

“Senility Gang Execution.” Montreal Daily Star, 68 (March 25, 1936), 35.

“Edward VIII and Canada.” Review of Reviews, 93 (March 1936), 29-30.

“This International Stuff.” Rotarian, 49 (July 1936), 6-8.

“What the Reviewers Missed.” American Mercury, 38 (July 1936), 368-71.

“Through a Glass Darkly.” Atlantic Monthly, 158 (July 1936), 94-98.

“Canada Won’t Go Yankee.” Post Dispatch (St. Louis), September 8, 1936.

“Too Much Alphabet.” Parade, 1 (September 1936), 113-15.

“Imaginary Persons.” Atlantic Monthly, 158 (October 1936), 490-93.

“The New Deal: Canada’s View of It.” Cleveland News, November 10, 1936.

“Social and Other Credit in Alberta.” Fortnightly Review, 146 (November 1936), 525-35.

“The Social Credit Warning.” This Week, December 13, 1936, 4, 29.

“How Soon Can We Start the Next War?” Amherst Alumni Council News, 10 (December 1936), Suppl. 2, 51-56.

“My Fishpond.” Atlantic Monthly, 158 (December 1936), no. 6, 720-22.

“Reflections on the North.” Beaver, 267 (December 1936), 9-12.

1937

Here Are My Lectures and Stories. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1937.

Humour and Humanity: An Introduction to the Study of Humour. London: Thornton Butterworth, [1937].

A Memorandum on Social Research at McGill University, [n.p.], 1937. My Discovery of the West: A Discussion of East and West in Canada. Toronto: Thomas Allen, 1937.

What Nickel Means To the World. Toronto: Prepared expressly for Johnson, Ring and Company, c1937.

“Social Credit.” Review of Reviews, 95 (January 1937), 65-66.

“Initial Complaint.” Scholastic, 30 (February 6, 1937), 7-8.

“My Discovery of the West 1.” Globe and Mail, March 6, 1937, 1, 10.

“My Discovery of the West 2.” Globe and Mail, March 8, 1937, 1, 11.

“My Discovery of the West 3.” Globe and Mail, March 13, 1937, 1, 9.

“My Discovery of the West 4.” Globe and Mail, March 15, 1937, 1, 12.

“My Discovery of the West 5.” Globe and Mail, March 16, 1937, 1, 5.

“My Discovery of the West 6.” Globe and Mail, March 20, 1937, 1, 10.

“My Discovery of the West 7.” Globe and Mail, March 22, 1937, 1, 11.

“My Discovery of the West 8.” Globe and Mail, March 27, 1937, 1, 11.

“My Discovery of the West 9.” Globe and Mail, March 29, 1937, 1, 13.

“McGill in the West: Notes on a Personally Conducted Tour.” McGill Graduates Bulletin, 1 (March 1937), 3-6.

“My Discovery of the West 10.” Globe and Mail, April 3, 1937, 1, 8.

“My Discovery of the West 11.” Globe and Mail, April 5, 1937, 1, 10.

“My Discovery of the West 12.” Globe and Mail, April 9, 1937, 1, 5.

“My Discovery of the West 13.” Globe and Mail, April 12, 1937, 2, 12.

“My Discovery of the West 14.” Globe and Mail, April 13, 1937, 5.

“My Discovery of the West 15.” Globe and Mail, April 17, 1937, 11.

“My Discovery of the West 16.” Globe and Mail, April 19, 1937, 3.

“My Discovery of the West 17.” Globe and Mail, April 24, 1937, 5.

“My Discovery of the West 18.” Globe and Mail, April 26, 1937, 9.

“Labor and Law in Canada: An Interpretation of the Oshawa Strike.” Standard (Montreal), May 1, 1937, 1.

“Labor Should Organize But Do It the Right Way or Suffer Stiff Set Back.” Telegram (Toronto), May 1, 1937.

“My Discovery of the West 19.” Globe and Mail, May 1, 1937, 11.

“My Discovery of the West 20.” Globe and Mail, May 3, 1937, 11.

“My Discovery of the West 21.” Globe and Mail, May 8, 1937, 11.

“My Discovery of the West 22.” Globe and Mail, May 10, 1937, 10.

“My Discovery of the West 23.” Globe and Mail, May 11, 1937, 9.

“My Discovery of the West 24.” Globe and Mail, May 15, 1937, 5.

“My Discovery of the West 25.” Globe and Mail, May 17, 1937, 13.

“My Discovery of the West 26.” Globe and Mail, May 22, 1937, 5.

“My Discovery of the West 27.” Globe and Mail, May 24, 1937, 10.

“The Blow of Thunder; or, The Two Milords.” Atlantic Monthly, 159 (May 1937), 597-99.

“Disown Your Own Home? Expert Advice on Knocking Your House into Shape.” Commentator, 1 (May 1937), 14-16.

“Gold Mines As Investments.” Barron’s, 18 (June 14, 1937), 3-4.

“Alberta’s Fairy Story.” Commentator, 1 (June 1937), 67-72.

“Alberta’s Financial Experiments: The Story of the Social Dividend of $25.00 a Month for Adults.” The World Today: Encyclopaedia Britannica, 4 (June 1937), 17-18.

“Farewell to Farms.” Commentator, 2 (August 1937), 9-11.

“How to Borrow Money.” Lilliput, 1 (August 1937), 3-8.

“Free, But a Bit Forlorn.” Commentator, 2 (September 1937), 19-22.

“The Average Man.” Lilliput, 1 (October 1937), 7-8.

“Stephen Leacock Writes of One-Man Rule.” Barron’s, 17 (November 8, 1937), 11.

“Why I Am Leaving My Farm: I Can’t Live Up to It.” John O’London’s Weekly, 38 (1937), 300.

“What’s Next in Alberta?” Barron’s, 17 (November 22, 1937), 11, 12.

“The Art of Opening a Conversation.” Reader’s Digest, 31 (November 1937), 90-91.

“Foggy Finance: Be a Fiscal Expert and Learn Less Than You Know.” Commentator, 2 (November 1937), 17-21.

“History Revised: 1. Columbus and the Egg; 2. Wolfe and Gray’s Elegy; 3. King Alfred and the Cakes.” Lilliput, 1 (November 1937), 40-44.

“The Nine Sovereignties of Canada.” Barron’s, 17 (December 13, 1937), 12.

“Another Year.” Atlantic Monthly, 160 (December 1937), 799-800.

“Can Professors Teach Bankers?” Banking, 30 (December 1937), 20-21.

“I Am Photographed.” Lilliput, 1 (1937), 63-64, 66.

1938

Model Memoirs And Other Sketches From Simple to Serious. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1938.

“The Economic Analysis of Industrial Depression.” Papers and Proceedings of the Canadian Political Science Association, 5 (1938), 5-24.

“Happy Horoscope of 1938.” Barron’s, 18 (January 10, 1938), 11-12.

“Leacock Reviews the Canadian Scene as Set for 1938: King, Rowell, Hepburn, and Aberhart in Leading Roles.” Montreal Daily Star, January 22, 1938, 11.

“Leacock Views Dominion as Beautiful Stage Setting With Sound Asleep.” Evening Telegram (Toronto), January 22, 1938.

“Anglo-American Trade Pact—So Far.” Barron’s, 18 (January 31, 1938), 11.

“Maddened by Mystery; or, The Defective Detective.” Lilliput, 2 (January 1938), 73-76, 78-79.

“The World’s Muddle over Gold.” Nation’s Business, 26 (January 1938), 18-20, 103.

“John McCrae (Letter on the Death of).” McGill Daily, 27 (February 2, 1938), 1.

“I Want to Build a College.” Commentator, 3 (February 1938), 78-82.

“Mr. Peabody’s Portrait Gallery: What He Thinks of His Fellow Men.” Lilliput, 2 (February 1938), 193-97.

“My Ladders.” Atlantic Monthly, 161 (March 1938), 410.

“Emigration in English Literature.” Quarterly Review, 270 (April 1938), 204-220.

“Hoe! Hoe! Spring is Here.” Commentator, 3 (April 1938), 41-45.

“The Man Who Lived To Do Good.” Lilliput, 2 (April 1938), 369-72, 374.

“What Happened Next? The Sequel to Some World-Famous Stories.” Lilliput, 2 (June 1938), no. 6, 605-608.

“All Is Not Lost! A Recollection.” New York Times Magazine, August 7, 1938, 1-2, 14.

“Who? When? Where? What?—The Questions Fly.” New York Times Magazine, September 11, 1938, 3, 26.

“Is Education Eating Up Life?” New York Times Magazine, October 23, 1938, 1-2, 19.

“How to Keep Education From Eating Up Life.” New York Times Magazine, October 31, 1938, 3, 20.

“What’s Next in Europe?” Barron’s, 18 (November 7, 1938), 3, 17.

“Model Memoirs: My Victorian Girlhood, by Lady Nearleigh Slopover.” Saturday Evening Post, 211 (November 12, 1938), 32, 129-30, 132.

“Thrown Out.” Miller Services Ltd., November 19, 1938.*

“Auto Waves Magic Wand.” New York Times Magazine, November 13, 1938, 1, 10.

“Under the Barbers Knife.” Miller Services Ltd., November 19, 1938.*

“How Teachers Swim.” Miller Services Ltd., November 26, 1938.*

“Andrew Macphail.” Queen’s Quarterly, 45 (November 1938), 445-52.

“I’m Leaving My Farm.” Miller Services Ltd., December 3, 1938.*

“My Resurrected Friends.” Miller Services Ltd., December 10, 1938.*

“Feeding Time.” Miller Services Ltd., December 17, 1938.*

“All Nice People.” Miller Services Ltd., December 24, 1938.*

“Dickens: A Self-Portrait.” Saturday Review of Literature, 19 (December 24, 1938), 3-4, 16.

“A Christmas Star Shines Through the Mists.” New York Times Magazine, December 25, 1938, 3, 12.

“Attention Psychologists.” Miller Services Ltd., December 31, 1938.*

“A Capsule for the Utopians.” Banking, 31 (December 1938), 22-23.

“How I Read My Newspaper.” Rotarian, 53 (December 1938), 16-17.

1939

All Right, Mr. Roosevelt (Canada and the United States). New York: Farrar and Rinehart, 1939.

Too Much College; or, Education Eating Up Life, With Kindred Essays in Education and Humour. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1939.

“Introduction.” Unsolved Mysteries of the Arctic. Vilhjalmur Stefanssen. New York: G.G. Harrap, 1939.

“The Art of Carving, or Hints for the Hapless.” New York Times Magazine, January 1, 1939, 7, 11.

“Truck Problem Solved.” Miller Services Ltd., January 7, 1939.*

“Canada’s Horoscope for 1939.” Barron’s, 19 (January 9, 1939), 12-13.

“Quality Does It.” Miller Services Ltd., January 14, 1939.*

“How Much Does Language Change?” John O’London’s Weekly, 40 (January 20, 1939), 621-22, 630, 632.

“The Way of the Professor.” Miller Services Ltd., January 21, 1939.*

“For Puzzle Men Only.” Miller Services Ltd., January 28, 1939.*

“Go to Mother.” Miller Services Ltd., February 4, 1939.*

“A Laugh of the Law Books.” Miller Services Ltd., February 4, 1939.*

“Meet the College President.” Miller Services Ltd., February 11, 1939.*

“Five Dollars Right Now.” Miller Services Ltd., February 18, 1939.*

“Are College Professors Absent-Minded?” Miller Services Ltd., February 25, 1939.*

“Our Living Language: A Defence.” New York Times Magazine, February 26, 1939, 9, 14.

“Charles Dickens and Canada.” Queen’s Quarterly, 46 (February 1939), 28-37.

“A Note on Latin.” The Classical Outlook, 16 (February 1939), 45.

“Wanted: A Goldfish.” Miller Services Ltd., March 4, 1939.*

“Couldn’t Sleep a Wink.” Miller Services Ltd., March 11, 1939.*

“Three on Each.” Miller Services Ltd., March 18, 1939.*

“Nothing Missing.” Miller Services Ltd., March 25, 1939.*

“Canada and National Unity.” Journal of Canadian Dental Association, 5 (March 1939), 147-49.

“Our Dinner Club and How it Died.” Rotarian, 54 (March 1939), 11-13.

“Thinking of Tomorrow.” Miller Services Ltd., April 1, 1939.*

“Information While You Drink.” Miller Services Ltd., April 8, 1939.*

“No Place for Gentlemen.” Miller Services Ltd., April 15, 1939.*

“We Have With Us Tonight.” Miller Services Ltd., April 22, 1939.*

“Oh, Sleep! Oh, Gentle Sleep!” Miller Services Ltd., April 29, 1939.*

“A Humble Lover.” Miller Services Ltd., May 6, 1939.*

“A Golfer Tells All.” New York Times Magazine, May 12, 1939, 9, 21.

“The Magic of Finance.” Miller Services Ltd., May 13, 1939.*

“Come Out to Canada.” The Times, May 15, 1939, xvii.

“Writers of Quebec.” (Review of Ian Forbes’Spirit of French Canada). Saturday Review of Literature, 20 (June 3, 1939), 10.

“Canada and the Monarchy.” Atlantic Monthly, 163 (June 1939), 735-43.

“Twenty Cents’Worth of Murder.” Saturday Review of Literature, 20 (July 8, 1939), 10-11.

“Investing in Canada.” Barron’s, 19 (July 17, 1939), 7.

“Lost in The Jungle of Economics.” New York Times Magazine, August 20, 1939, 1, 16, 18.

“We Are What We Joke About.” New York Times Magazine, September 3, 1939, 4-5, 14.

“With Women or Without.” Rotarian, 55 (August 1939), 28-30.

“Buggam Grange: A Good Old Ghost Story.” Picture Post, 4 (September 9, 1939), 69, 71, 73-74.

“Can I Learn to Be a Writer?” The Gregg Writer, 42 (September 1939), 11-14.

“Come Into the Kitchen.” Canadian Home Journal, 36 (September 1939), 46-47.

“Leacock Sees Good Times Ahead.” Barron’s, 19 (December 4, 1939), 9.

“We Need a Santa Claus.” New York Times Magazine, December 24, 1939, 5, 15.

1940

Laugh Parade: A New Collection of The Wit and Humor of Stephen Leacock. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1940.

Our British Empire: Its Structure, Its History, Its Strength. London: John Lane, 1940.

“Three Score and Ten.” Spectator, 164 (January 19, 1940), 72-73.

“Napoleon at St. Helena.” Men Only, 13 (January 1940), 57-60.

“Other People’s Money: An Outside View of Trusts and Investments.” Trusts and Estates, 79 (January 1940), 11-16.

“Of Georgina Township and Its First Church.” Gazette (Montreal), February 10, 1940, 5.

“This Business of Growing Old.” Reader’s Digest, 36 (March 1940), 78-80.

“School and Real Learning for Oldsters.” New York Times Magazine, May 19, 1940, sec. 7, 8.

“Perfect Index.” Saturday Review of Literature, 22 (May 25, 1940), 9.

“Cricket for Americans.” Atlantic Monthly, 165 (June 1940), 766-69.

“On Growing Old.” New World Illustrated, August 1940, 41-43, 52.

“Bath Through the Ages.” Canadian Home Journal, 37 (September 1940), 54-55.

“Babes in the Wood.” Saturday Night, 56 (October 12, 1940), 12.

“Courage: An Interlude on the South Coast of England.” Standard (Montreal), October 26, 1940, 11.

“Soft Stuff for Children.” Rotarian, 57 (October 1940), 16-17.

1941

Canada, The Foundations of Its Future. Montreal: Privately printed for the House of Seagram by the Gazette Printing Company, 1941.

“The Whole Duty of a Citizen.” Canadian Spokesman, 1 (January 1941), 1-4.

“First Call for Spring.” Reader’s Digest, 38 (March 1941), 80.

“How to Swear in Print.” Saturday Review of Literature, 23 (April 5, 1941), 7-8.

“Our American Visitors.” Montreal Daily Star, April 23, 1941.

“Canada Depicted As an Eager Host.” New York Times, April 27, 1941, 3.

“Minority Report.” Reader’s Digest, 38 (April 1941), 143.

“The Difference of Degree.” Reader’s Digest, 38 (May 1941), 70.

“America.” New World Illustrated, 2 (July 1941), 5.

“The Most Unforgettable Character I’ve Met.” Reader’s Digest, 39 (July 1941), 18-22.

“Questions Nobody Answers.” Canadian Banker, 48 (July 1941), 459-65.

“Who Canonizes the Classics?” Answers (July [?] 1941), 2-4.

“Come On Up.” McGill News, 22 (Summer 1941), 20.

“My Uncle Was a Quaint Character.” Winnipeg Free Press, October 18, 1941, Mag. Sec., 5.

“The Ceiling’s the Limit.” Banking, 34 (December 1941), 19-22.

“In Memory of René du Roure.” Old McGill, 44 (1941), 11-13.

1942

Montreal, Seaport and City. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Doran, 1942.

My Remarkable Uncle, and Other Sketches. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1942.

Our Heritage of Liberty, Its Origin, Its Achievement, Its Crisis: A Book For War Time. London: John Lane, 1942.

“Christmas, 1941.” New World, 2 (January 1942), 122, 169.

“We Canadians.” Rotarian, 60 (January 1942), 21-24.

“Was Hochelaga a Myth?” Standard (Montreal), February 28, 1942, Mag. Sec., 10.

“I Squirm to Recall.” Saturday Review of Literature, 25 (May 30, 1942), 13.

“Common Sense and the Universe.” Atlantic Monthly, 169 (May 1942), 627-34.

“The England I Remember.” New World Illustrated (October 1942), 6-9.

“New Program for Canada.” Saturday Night, 58 (November 28, 1942), 14.

“Sleeve Trick.” Reader’s Digest, 41 (November 1942), 37-38.

“Rebuilding the Cities: A Broad View of Reconstruction.” Royal Architect Institute of Canada Journal, 19 (December 1942), 229-30.

1943

“Gold.” Canadian Banker, 50 (1943), 39-51.

Happy Stories, Just to Laugh At. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1943.

How to Write. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1943.

Memories of Christmas. Toronto: Private printing, Charles Bush, 1943.

My Old College, 1843-1943. [Montreal] Private printing, 1943.

“Optimism in War-Time: 1. The Dentist.” Saturday Night, 58 (January 30, 1943), 8.

“Come Up the Mountain With Stephen Leacock.” Maclean’s Magazine, 56 (February 1, 1943), 19-20, 24-25.

“Wartime Optimism: Cooking for Victory.” Saturday Night, 58 (February 13, 1943), 10.

“Wartime Optimism: The Jones’s Enchanted Castle.” Saturday Night, 58 (February 27, 1943), 17.

“Plea for Geographical Science.” Queen’s Quarterly, 50 (February 1943), 1-13.

“To Many Women Knitting (poem).” Good Housekeeping, 116 (February 1943), 48.

“Tale of Two Cities.” Maclean’s Magazine, 56 (March 1, 1943), 7-8, 40-42.

“Wartime Optimism: Mr. Alcorn Improves Himself.” Saturday Night, 58 (March 6, 1943), 10-11.

“Optimism for Wartime: Good News! A New Party!” Saturday Night, 58 (March 20, 1943), 16-17.

“This Business of Prophecy.” New York Times Magazine, March 21, 1943, sec. 6, 12.

“Wartime Optimism: The Life of Lea and Perrins.” Saturday Night, 58 (March 27, 1943), 16.

“Clouds That Rolled By: Mr. Alldones Awful Day.” Saturday Night, 58 (April 3, 1943), 16.

“Angel Pond, Lure of the North.” Saturday Night, 58 (April 17, 1943), 18-19.

“Dickens Distilled.” Saturday Review of Literature, 26 (April 17, 1943), 16-18.

“Why Study English?” Montreal Daily Star, 75 (April 20, 1943), 10.

“Leacock Tells How Sultan Abdul Raised Loans by Head-chopping.” Gazette (Montreal), April 29, 1943, 13.

“The Case of Boob Smith.” Canadian Publishers War Finance Publicity Committee, April 30, 1943.

“Will It Bust the Country?” Canadian Publishers War Finance Publicity Committee, May 1, 1943.

“Leacock Writes Off Boob Smith; He’s Made All the Sacrifices He Can.” Gazette (Montreal), April 30, 1943, 13.

“Leacock Finds Loan Won’t Bust Us: Call to Ilsley Found Unnecessary.” Gazette (Montreal), May 1, 1943, 13.

“Mushroom Days.” Saturday Review of Literature, 26 (May 1, 1943), 13.

“Piscatorial Perspicacities Make War Loan Publicity Substitute.” Gazette (Montreal), May 3, 1943, 17.

“Barber shop Psychology Lesson Aids War Loan Certificate Sale.” Gazette (Montreal), May 4, 1943, 15.

“Fiery Scot to Wreck Mariposa if Leacock’s Town Fails in Loan.” Gazette (Montreal), May 6, 1943, 15, 16.

“Case of Whisky Too Sacrificial, Mariposa Loan Head Gets Cane.” Gazette (Montreal), May 7, 1943, 13, 14.

“Economic Paradise Is Uncovered In Wake of Farm Auction Sale.” Gazette (Montreal), May 8, 1943, 21.

“National Debt National Blessing.” The Sarnia (Ont.) Canadian Observer, May 10, 1943, 8.

“Have You Got Even One Cent?” The Sarnia (Ont.) Canadian Observer, May 11, 1943, 9.

“Leacock’s Mariposa Out of Joint As Loan Drive Cuts Social Lines.” Gazette (Montreal), May 15, 1943, 23.

“Britain and America.” Thought, 18 (June 1943), 204-207.

“Statement on the Four Freedoms.” Biosophical Review, 6 (June 1943).

“George Drew.” High Park Riding Elect George Drew. Progressive Conservative Pamphlet, July 1943, 3.

“Some Anecdotes of McGill.” McGill News, 24 (Summer 1943), no. 4, 31-32.

“Woman’s Level.” Chatelaine, 16 (October 1943), 9, 45-46, 50-51.

“Leacock Likes Aldington’s Book on the Life of Duke of Wellington.” Gazette (Montreal), November 13, 1943, 7.

“What’s Ahead for Canada?” Financial Post, 37 (December 4, 1943), 9-16; (December 11), 11, 19; (December 18), 11-17; (December 25), 3; 38 (January 1, 1944), 3; (January 8), 9; (January 22), 12; (January 29), 22; (February 5), 11, 15; (January 15), 1, 8.

1944

Canada and the Sea. Montreal: Alvah M. Beatty, 1944.

1945

Last Leaves. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, [c 1945].

While There is Time; The Case Against Social Catastrophe. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, [c 1945].

1946

The Boy I Left Behind Me. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1946.

1947

Other People’s Money: An Outside View of Trusts and Investments. Montreal: Royal Trust Company [1947].

“Introduction.” Unusual Facts of Canadian History. W.A.L. Styles, M.D. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, c1947. pp. 5-6.

*These syndicated pieces have no proof of publication, although there are references to them in Leacock’s correspondence; Leacock was paid for publication on these dates.

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Department of English
Georgetown College
Georgetown, Kentucky

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