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  Volume 115, Number 2, Spring 2007

Table of Contents

From: Sewanee Review

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Looking at Animals

pp. 157-171
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Poetry

Life's Asylum

pp. 172-175
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Time's Revenges

pp. 176-177
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Stories Old and New

pp. 178-183
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Old Rhythms

pp. 184-185
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The Night Driver

pp. 186-187
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A World of Loss

pp. 188-189
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Essays

Song without Words

pp. 190-210
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The Uses of Adversity

pp. 211-238
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From the Mountain to the Monsters

pp. 239-250
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Memory and Imagination in the Poetry of B. H. Fairchild

pp. 251-263
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The State of Letters

Tracing Paradise: A Meditation on Milton, Chores, and a Private Life

pp. 264-275
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Lt. Col. Finch and Other Worthies in the New DNB

pp. 275-283
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Sing Me Frumsceaft: The Artistry of Hope

pp. 283-290
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A Continuing Conversation with a Poet

pp. 290-292
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Arts and Letters

Some Versions of Empson

pp. 293-300
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The Imagined South

pp. 301-307
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Warren at Heaven's Gate

pp. 307-311
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Southern Recollections

pp. 311-325
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Current Books in Review

A Blanket of Evasiveness

pp. xxxi-xxxii
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Rhyme for Silver

pp. xxxii-xxxiv
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Reviewing Reviewers

pp. xxxiv-xxxvi
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The Bellicose Defeatism of John Osborne

pp. xxxvi-xxxviii
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The Allures of Forgetting in Renaissance Drama

pp. xxxix-xl
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Batya Gur: Mystery and Israeli History

pp. xl-xliii
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Mystery, Memory, and Truth

pp. xliv-xlvi
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James Weldon Johnson: A Durable Fire

pp. xlvi-xlviii
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Gossip and Gall

pp. xlviii-li
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Procrustes' Bed

pp. li-liii
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. liv-lv
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Research Areas

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