Volume 118, Number 2, Spring 2010

Table of Contents

Fiction

Torrents of Fire

pp. 161-180
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Poetry

Doughboys: Photograph c. 1917

p. 181
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What the General Said

p. 182
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The Wall Comes Down

pp. 183-185
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Fragments of the World

pp. 186-188
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Standing in Oversized Fatigues

pp. 189-190
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The Flower Beds of War

p. 191
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Forgiveness at Königsberg

p. 192
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Buried in the Sand

pp. 193-196
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Shallow Dreaming

pp. 197-198
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Essays

Faces of Terror

pp. 199-209
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Budapest is Burning

pp. 210-226
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Some Military Music

pp. 227-242
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French Intellectuals in the Americas During World War II

pp. 243-258
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The State of Letters

At War with Ken Burns

pp. 259-267
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On Heroism and its Disguises

pp. 267-270
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Malaparte and Literary Strangeness a Critical Preface to Kaputt

pp. 270-282
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"Brave though the Soldier, Grave his Plea" Melville and Robert E. Lee

pp. 282-292
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Arts and Letters

Bloodletting

pp. 293-303
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The Jaws of War

pp. 304-314
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John E. Palmer

John E. Palmer 1913–2009

p. xxxv
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Current Books in Review

Confessions from the Cold War

pp. xxxvi-xl
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London's Finest Hour

pp. xl-xliii
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Attempted Pacification of France through Letters and the Arts

pp. xliii-xlvii
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The Occupation that Never Ends

pp. xlvii-xlviii
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Smart Soldiering

pp. xlviii-lii
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War's Monstrous Presence

pp. lii-liv
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All Things Military

pp. lv-lvii
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The Significance of the Dead

pp. lviii-lx
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In Memory

In Memory of John McCormick 1918–2010

p. lxii
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Contributors

Contributors

p. lxi
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