restricted access   Volume 2, Number 2-3, Spring 1979

Table of Contents

From: The Missouri Review

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Young Poets Feature Fiction by David Ohle, Askold Melnyczuk, and others Albert Guerard's "Paris: 1973"

Poetry: Young Poets Feature

Hard Work

pp. 5-7
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The Fault

pp. 8-9
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The Street, and: TV in Black & White

pp. 10-13
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The Street

pp. 10-12
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TV in Black & White

p. 13
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My Father's House

pp. 14-15
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Leda in the Suburbs, and: The Exile

pp. 16-17
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Leda in the Suburbs

p. 16
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The Exile

p. 17
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The Unbeautiful Banker, and: Houses at Night

pp. 18-22
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The Unbeautiful Banker

pp. 18-20
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Houses at Night

pp. 21-22
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The Nurse with White Hair and Her Slow Poisons

pp. 23-24
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From The Monastery of Work and Love: From an Upstairs Window, and: After Losses

pp. 25-26
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From The Monastery of Work and Love From an Upstairs Window:

p. 25
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After Losses

p. 26
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Quay

pp. 27-28
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Porcupine

p. 29
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Last Night Here or Anywhere

p. 30
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Sarah Bitterfield: Poem From a Woman's Dream Journal

p. 31
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One in the Hand

p. 32
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Tired Eyes

p. 33
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Zippers

pp. 34-36
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Silentia Lunae:

pp. 37-40
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Accidental Weather

p. 41
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Now

pp. 42-43
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Robinson Crusoe Who Was a Poet

p. 44
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January

p. 45
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Someone Else's Story, and: A Little Onion Music

pp. 46-48
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Someone Else's Story

pp. 46-47
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A Little Onion Music

p. 48
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Évreux Burning, Louviers Burning, Rouen Burning

pp. 49-51
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The Rabbit in the Moon, and: Collecting White Radish, and: The Calligrapher

pp. 52-55
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The Rabbit in the Moon

pp. 52-53
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Collecting White Radish

pp. 53-54
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The Calligrapher

p. 55
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David Walker (1785-1830)

p. 56
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Reading "Crossing Brooklyn Ferry" on a Summer Morning

p. 57
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Photograph of the Girl

p. 58
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Fiction

In the Old Country

pp. 59-64
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Aeaea

pp. 65-68
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The Wasps

pp. 69-72
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Dreaming Ninety Years

pp. 73-78
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'06

pp. 79-85
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Nonfiction

Paris: 1973

pp. 87-100
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Criticism

Forster's Epistemology of Dying

pp. 101-122
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John Ashbery: The Effort to Make Sense

pp. 123-130
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The Authentic Duplicity of Thom Gunn's Recent Poetry

pp. 131-146
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Contributors

pp. 147-149
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