Volume 19, Number 2, 1996

Table of Contents

From: The Missouri Review

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Foreword

pp. 5-10
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Fiction

"Titanic Victim Speaks Through Waterbed"

pp. 11-22
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The Twelve Plagues

pp. 23-39
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Swimming in the Dark

pp. 49-60
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Life With the Easter Bunny

pp. 61-66
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The Green Suit

pp. 176-196
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Interview

An Interview with William Maxwell

pp. 83-95
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History as Literature

The Diary of Lorenzo Greene

pp. 125-175
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Poetry

Family Reunion, and: Art, and: The Loneliness of Beautiful Women, and: Thaw, and: The Planes, and: Midnight: Triadic Ghazal

pp. 40-48
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Family Reunion

p. 40
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Art

p. 41
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The Loneliness of Beautiful Women

pp. 42-43
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Thaw

pp. 44-45
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The Planes

pp. 46-47
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Midnight: Triadic Ghazal

p. 48
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Love, a Dark, Untitled Comedy, and: Death, A Second Trip by Sea, and: August in my Neighbor's Garden, and: World as Dictionary, and: Singing for Uncertain Singers, and: In the Garden With Green Chairs

pp. 109-117
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Love, a Dark, Untitled Comedy

p. 109
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Death, A Second Trip by Sea

pp. 110-111
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August in my Neighbor's Garden

pp. 112-113
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World as Dictionary

p. 114
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Singing for Uncertain Singers

p. 115
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In the Garden With Green Chairs

pp. 116-117
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Still-Hildreth Sanatorium, 1936, and: For the Others, and: A Recessional, and: The Art of Poetry

pp. 118-124
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Still-Hildreth Sanatorium, 1936

pp. 118-120
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For the Others

p. 121
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A Recessional

pp. 122-123
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The Art of Poetry

p. 124
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Essays

Termites

pp. 67-82
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Generations "I": The Future of Autobiographical Poetry

pp. 96-108
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Book Reviews

Undaunted Courage: Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, and the Opening of the American West, and: Emerson Among the Eccentrics: A Group Portrait, and: Ship Fever and Other Stories, and: Equation for Evil, and: Ex Utero, and: The Unconsoled, and: The Hudson Letter, and: The Spaces Between Birds: Mother/Daughter Poems, 1967-1995, and: Accordion Crimes, and: The Moor's Last Sigh, and: The Best American Short Stories 1995, and: An Actual Life, and: The Trial of Jesus, and: The Oxford Companion to American Literature, and: The Oxford Companion to English Literature (review)

pp. 197-208
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