Volume 19, Number 1, 1996

Table of Contents

From: The Missouri Review

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Foreword

pp. 5-8
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Editors' Prize Winners

Fiction

You Think I Care

pp. 99-110
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Poetry

Altitude, and: Easter Sunday, and: Vigil

pp. 111-116
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Altitude

p. 111
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Easter Sunday

pp. 112-113
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Vigil

pp. 114-116
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Essay

The One Strong Flower I Am

pp. 117-131
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Fiction

Beiderman and the Hard Words

pp. 9-28
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Why Richard Can't

pp. 56-71
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Captains By Default

pp. 132-138
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Serenissima

pp. 139-153
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When We Were Wolves

pp. 162-175
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Interview

An Interview with William Maxwell

pp. 79-98
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Poetry

Rower Among Trees, and: Learning To Breathe, and: 38, and: Better Half, and: Visitor

pp. 47-55
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Rower Among Trees

p. 47
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Learning To Breathe

pp. 48-49
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38

pp. 50-51
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Better Half

pp. 52-53
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Visitor

pp. 54-55
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At the Wall of Flame, and: The Window, and: At Seventeen, and: At Eight A.M., and: Hospital Elevator, and: What Endures, and: Fall Into Winter

pp. 72-78
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At the Wall of Flame

p. 72
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The Window

p. 73
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At Seventeen

p. 74
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At Eight A.M.

p. 75
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Hospital Elevator

p. 76
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What Endures

p. 77
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Fall Into Winter

p. 78
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In the Room with Seventeen Windows, and: Revenant, and: What I Hate About Postmodernism, and: Poem Written Late Century, Full Moon at Treeline, San Juan Range, Colorado

pp. 154-161
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In the Room with Seventeen Windows

pp. 154-155
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Revenant

pp. 156-157
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What I Hate About Postmodernism

pp. 158-159
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Poem Written Late Century, Full Moon at Treeline, San Juan Range, Colorado

pp. 160-161
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Essay

Black Swans

pp. 29-46
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Book Reviews

St. Burl's Obituary, and: Generations of Winter, and: Morning in the Burned House, and: Rule of the Bone, and: Once Upon a Time: A Floating Opera, and: Painted Desert, and: Name Dropping: Tales from My Barbary Coast Saloon, and: Asian-Pacific Folktales and Legends, and: Harriet Beecher Stowe: A Life, and: Practical Magic, and: Virginia Woolf, and: Tom: The Unknown Tennessee Williams, and: Grassland: The History, Biology, Politics and Promise of the American Prairie, and: The History and Power of Writing, and: In the Cut, and: World Fire: The Culture of Fire on Earth, and: New Stories from the South: The Year's Best 1995, and: Zod Wallop, and: The Hundred Secret Senses, and: Kyrie (review)

pp. 176-189
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