Volume 14, Number 1, 2002

Table of Contents

From: Manoa

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Editor's Note

pp. ix-xii
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About the Contributors

pp. 181-186
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Essays

The Long Road Home: Exile, Self-Recognition, and the Task of Reconstruction

pp. 34-44
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Hilario, El carretero del barrio

pp. 62-64
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Mad Dog: The Legend of Chinese Poet Guo Lusheng

pp. 105-113
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Our Hands Shall Embrace: A Eulogy for Trinh Cong Son

pp. 152-160
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Interview

Coming Full Circle: A Conversation with Nguyen Duy

pp. 100-104
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Fiction

Fire

pp. 1-13
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A Day in the Life

pp. 22-28
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A Strange Letter

pp. 30-32
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Esbjerg, on the Coast

pp. 56-61
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Rivers

pp. 70-83
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Catching Clams at Lake Isabella

pp. 85-90
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from War Child

pp. 120-129
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from A Year without Sleep

pp. 130-132
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The Self-Portrait

pp. 139-149
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Better Homes and Gardens

pp. 171-180
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Poetry

Three Poems

pp. 14-16
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Two Poems

pp. 17-18
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from dust and conscience (book of the familiar)

pp. 20-21
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Three Poems

pp. 45-51
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ventriloquist

pp. 52-53
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Three Poems

pp. 54-55
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Coded Message

pp. 65-67
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Three Poems

pp. 68-69
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from The Time Tree

pp. 91-92
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Four Poems

p. 93
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Three Poems

pp. 96-98
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from Mount Paektu

pp. 115-118
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Three Poems

p. 133
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Four Poems

pp. 134-137
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Two Poems

p. 138
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from Foreeel

pp. 161-167
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Selling Out at the Top of the World

pp. 168-170
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