1. A Third Outright
  2. Bruce Ducker
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  1. Slanting Light
  2. Stephen Behrendt
  3. pp. 351-353
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  1. Time Unwinds
  2. Robert Bense
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  1. Friends: A Garland
  2. Emily Grosholz
  3. pp. 357-362
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  1. Fallen Pilgrims
  2. R. S. Gwynn
  3. pp. 363-368
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  1. The Gravel of Mortality
  2. Jean Hollander
  3. pp. 369-370
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  1. Adagios
  2. Andrew Hudgins
  3. pp. 371-372
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  1. The Seven Deadly Sins
  2. David R. Slavitt
  3. pp. 373-378
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  1. The Loom
  2. Anne Stevenson
  3. p. 379
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  1. Three Scenes
  2. Baron Wormser
  3. pp. 380-382
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  1. A Place Between Sky and Earth
  2. William Kloefkorn
  3. pp. 383-397
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  1. The Rhythm that Rocks Walt’s Cradle
  2. W. D. Snodgrass
  3. pp. 398-410
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  1. Meeting the Agony: Three Poems of the Twentieth Century
  2. Baron Wormser
  3. pp. 411-427
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  1. Larkin Reconsidered
  2. A. Banerjee
  3. pp. 428-441
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  1. Poetry and Public Speech
  2. Samuel Hazo
  3. pp. 442-451
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  1. Let’s Start a Magazine
  2. George Garrett
  3. pp. 452-458
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  1. Dining with Allen Tate
  2. George Watson
  3. pp. 458-464
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  1. Marvell’s Formal Fallacy
  2. Barry Targan
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  1. A Game of Feet
  2. William Harmon
  3. pp. 467-472
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  1. Ezra Pound in London
  2. A. Banerjee
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  1. “Play up! Play up! And Play the Game!”
  2. Helen Pinkerton Trimpi
  3. pp. 477-480
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  1. Four Poet-Critics
  2. David Mason
  3. pp. 480-486
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  1. Best Two Out of Three
  2. Ed Minus
  3. pp. 486-490
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  1. The Craft of Poetry
  2. David Middleton
  3. pp. 490-500
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  1. Noble Lineages
  2. Eric W. Naylor
  3. pp. 501-506
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  1. A Poet with No Life to Speak of
  2. James L. W. West III
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  1. The Most Generous of Great Poets
  2. Edward L. Galligan
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  1. The Case for Poetry
  2. Henry Hart
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  1. Almost all the Survivors
  2. Mairi MacInnes
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  1. The Music of Daredevils and Madmen
  2. Brendan Galvin
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  1. Man’s Little Disturbances
  2. George Monteiro
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  1. Affectionate Responsibilities
  2. David Middleton
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  1. A Past Master Passes in Review
  2. George Core
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  1. “What are we to do with What We Know?”
  2. Ed Minus
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  1. The Last Days of a Secular Priest
  2. Ann E. Berthoff
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  1. Shaking off the Trammels of the World
  2. Sam Pickering
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  1. Contributors
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  1. Shining In and Out of Darkness
  2. Fred Chappell
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