restricted access   Volume 4, Number 3, Summer 1981

Table of Contents

From: The Missouri Review

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Poetry

Lucia Day, and: The Old Country

pp. 5-11
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Lucia Day

pp. 7-9
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The Old Country

pp. 10-11
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In the Darkness of the Body, and: Irises, and: Because She is Pregnant and Full of Her California

pp. 12-15
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In the Darkness of the Body

pp. 12-13
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Irises

p. 14
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Because She is Pregnant and Full of Her California

p. 15
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Keeping Still, Mountain

pp. 16-17
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Possessives

p. 18
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The Woman Inside

p. 19
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My Old German Girl Friend's, and: Villains

pp. 20-21
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My Old German Girl Friend's

p. 20
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Villains

p. 21
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For Your Discomfort

pp. 22-23
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The Lost, and: First Memory

pp. 24-26
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The Lost

pp. 24-25
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First Memory

p. 26
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Traveling Light, and: Your Life

pp. 27-28
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Traveling Light

p. 27
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Your Life

p. 28
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Pablo Neruda

p. 29
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For John Keats

pp. 30-31
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Hanging Upside-Down from a Bridge Railing

p. 32
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Cape Breton, and: Photographs, and: Rooting

pp. 33-36
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Cape Breton

p. 33
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Photographs

pp. 34-35
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Rooting

p. 36
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Serenades in Virginia: Summer, 1863

pp. 37-39
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The Problem

pp. 40-41
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Lost Lake

pp. 42-47
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An Interview with Mark Strand

An Interview with Mark Strand

pp. 48-64
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Fiction

At Mercy

pp. 65-74
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Storm Watch

pp. 75-80
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Houses

pp. 81-87
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Review

Notes on Some Recently Found Lost American Fiction

pp. 89-98
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Criticism

Art and Artistry in Morgana, Mississippi

pp. 99-116
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Directions for Criticism: Geoffrey Hartman and Stanley Fish

pp. 117-129
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Contributors

pp. 131-133
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