Volume 1, Number 2, Spring 2008 (New Series)

Table of Contents

From: The Hopkins Review

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And the Deep Elegy That Rises From The Mountains Has No Home

p. 340
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And the Army of the Separated Shall Drown in Tears

p. 341
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After Hours: A Glimpse of My Radiologist

p. 294
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Bad Tölz, Bavaria, 1909

pp. 273-274
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Margaret and her Puppy Ralph

p. 295
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Spit Shine

p. 296
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Accelerator

The Boy

p. 298
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Why I Am Not a Musician

pp. 312-313
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A Cement Lawn Statue

p. 314
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The Combine

p. 263
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House Wren

p. 264
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Opening the Camp

pp. 210-211
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Flying Colors

p. 212
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Fiction

US/THEM

pp. 299-311
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Rhetorical Questions

pp. 213-226
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The Art Student's War

pp. 191-209
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Mrs. Stamp

pp. 265-268
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Many a One

pp. 269-272
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Art

Eight Photographs

pp. 1-9
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Essays

Folly In The Garden

pp. 227-262
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Jean Gabin: A Screen Image

pp. 275-293
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Living Out the Sixties

pp. 315-339
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Reviews

Ten Days in the Hills (review)

pp. 355-359
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Time, Space and Motion in the Age of Shakespeare (review)

pp. 342-346
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Victory, and: The River of Forgetfulness (review)

pp. 352-355
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"Our Greatest Sculptor": Richard Serra at MoMA (review)

pp. 346-352
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Contributors

Notes on Contributors

pp. 360-361
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