Katrin Horowitz

The Dogs are Eating Them Now By Graeme Smith Alfred A. Knopf Canada 298 pages, $32 Reviewed by Katrin Horowitz “The cycle of outrage and convenient forgetting seems likely to continue,” Graeme Smith writes in this extraordinary book about Canada’s war in Afghanistan.  The quotation comes from his chapter on the detainee crisis.  Unfortunately it […]

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The Dove in Bathurst Station By Patricia Westerhof Brindle and Glass 229 pages, $19.95 Reviewed by Katrin Horowitz According to one character in The Dove in Bathurst Station, moral distress is “when you know what you should do but you don’t do it because it seems impossible.”  And how, Patricia Westerhof asks, do you extricate yourself […]

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