The Ph.D. Trap R E V I S I T E D
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Biographical note: Wilfred Cude, M.A.
Cude is the author of A Due Sense of Differences (1981), The Ph.D. Trap
(1987), and The Ph.D. Trap Revisited (2001), and numerous scholarly articles
on English literature, Canadian history, critical methodology and educational
traditions. He has lectured at seven different colleges and universities
across the country. He is currently completing a novel about William Henry
Jackson, the dropout from the University of Toronto who served as secretary
to Louis Riel during the rebellion of 1885. His next literary venture
will be an account of the 1933-34 NHL Season, in which his goaltending
father Wilf Cude Sr. helped bring the Detroit Red Wings to the Stanley
Cup final. Wilf Jr. lives with his wife, the novelist Mary Pat Cude, in
a small house they built for themselves in rural Cape Breton on the shore
of the Loch Bras D'Or.