Volume 82, Number 2, Summer 2008

Table of Contents

Ax Handle, and: The Wolf and the Chinese Pug, and: Beast of Burden

pp. 5-11
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Symposium, and: Coleridge’s Laundry, and: A Brief History of English Romanticism

pp. 11-15
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Threnody, and: Letter to an Old Poet, and: Parable, and: Erato’s Instruction

pp. 15-19
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The Grief of Mother Jones, and: Post-industrial, and: Nona’s Brief History of the Women’s Movement, and: To Write the Poem at Carrowmore, and: Mr. No Class, USA

pp. 19-25
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The Fruitful Immigrant, and: Marco Polo in the Old Hotel, and: New World

pp. 25-28
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An Insanity, a Madness, a Furor

pp. 29-35
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The Astronomer’s Complaint, and: The Ambassador

pp. 36-38
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The Pearl Tear, and: Pink Paperclip

pp. 39-40
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Herb Parker Feels Like Dancing, and: Deposition

pp. 40-43
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Anagram America, and: Double Tossing and Turning

pp. 44-46
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Thomas Kinkade: “Painter of Light”

pp. 46-47
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Luna

pp. 48-58
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Finch, and: Sparrow, and: Ohio 13, and: Ohio 661

pp. 59-62
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Shoreline, and: Second Growth, and: Black Ice

pp. 63-66
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Blank Journal, and: The Lost Hour, and: Winter on the Island

pp. 66-68
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To the First of September, and: Tunnel, and: Friendship Circle

pp. 68-71
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Letter to Emma Bovary, and: The Mothers

pp. 71-74
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Dominion over Every Erring Thing

pp. 75-90
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Where Are You?, and: Dream

p. 91
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American Beech

p. 92
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Song of Some Ruins, and: Choose, and: Love, That Hugeness

pp. 93-95
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Poem, and: With the Rímac Down Below

pp. 96-101
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Mother’s Day, 2003, Flying Westward, and: Jeanne d’Arc, Imprisoned, and: The Changeling

pp. 101-106
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Lines on the West Resist Translation, and: To England

pp. 106-110
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The Age of Infidelity

pp. 111-124
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Burn, and: Black Overcoat

pp. 125-126
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Rhubarb, and: Lilies

pp. 127-129
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Fields, Ribbons, Folds: Somatic Landscapes for Zaha Hadid, and: Abandoned Dome, and: Unité d’Habitation, and: The Art of Pleasure, and: Skinless Love

pp. 130-135
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And

p. 136
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Having It All, and: The Outer Cape, and: Summer

pp. 137-139
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Bronik Returns to Vienna

pp. 140-151
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The Calf-Bearer, and: Peaches and Glass Jar, and: Illuminated Ms. of the Maqamat of Hariri, and: Things Lose Color at the Level of the Sky, and: Farm Scene, Horses and Barn

pp. 152-156
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Dream Highway, and: Letters from La Paz

pp. 157-160
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Reviews

Almost Ashore: Selected Poems (review)

pp. 161-164
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Still to Mow (review)

pp. 164-167
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Fallen from a Chariot (review)

pp. 167-170
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Lizzie Borden in Love: Poems in Women’s Voices (review)

pp. 170-171
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The Book of the Rotten Daughter (review)

pp. 171-173
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Lamb (review)

pp. 174-177
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Spinoza Doesn’t Come Here Anymore (review)

pp. 177-178
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 179-182
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