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  Volume 7, Number 1, Fall 1983

Table of Contents

From: The Missouri Review

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Foreword

pp. 5-6
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Poetry

Storm, and: Thoughts While Reading The Sand Reckoner

pp. 7-11
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Storm

p. 9
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Thoughts While Reading The Sand Reckoner

pp. 10-11
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Under the Sign of Cancer

pp. 12-13
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To A Southern Lady

p. 14
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Adam Canoes the Meramec River

p. 15
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To the Stillborn

p. 16
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Union Town

p. 17
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Digging in Escondido, and: Hunting Doves at Matador

pp. 18-21
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Digging in Escondido

pp. 18-19
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Hunting Doves at Matador

pp. 20-21
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1949

pp. 22-23
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Spinner, Carolina Cotton Mill, 1908

p. 24
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Inland with Coastal Weather, and: I Am A Boy Under Trees

pp. 25-27
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Inland with Coastal Weather

p. 25
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I Am A Boy Under Trees

pp. 26-27
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Gnats

p. 28
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Morning Aperture

p. 29
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Jeffrey

pp. 30-31
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Some Reflections Beginning With the Disproportionate Length of My Feet, and: Ode to the Urge

pp. 32-33
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Some Reflections Beginning With the Disproportionate Length of My Feet

p. 32
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Ode to the Urge

p. 33
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The Palm Sunday Tornado

pp. 34-35
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The Chimney

pp. 36-37
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Catalan

pp. 38-39
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Agra Near the Taj

pp. 40-42
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Where Young Boys Sit Along The Cement Floodwall

p. 43
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Glossolalia

pp. 44-46
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Mole Digging

p. 47
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The Top Floor Window

pp. 48-49
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Blue Sky, The Girder Falling

pp. 50-51
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Letter To A Young Girl

pp. 52-53
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The Drowned Among Us

pp. 54-55
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After Listening to Jack Teagarden. . .

p. 56
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An Interview with Stephen Dunn

Acts of Clarifications: A Conversation with Stephen Dunn About Process and Poetry

pp. 57-68
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Visions, and: Candles, and: Insomnia, and: From Port Authority, and: Middle Class Poem, and: Legacy

pp. 69-78
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Visions

p. 69
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Candles

p. 70
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Insomnia

p. 71
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From Port Authority

pp. 72-73
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Middle Class Poem

p. 74
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Legacy

pp. 75-78
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Fiction

Woe To Live On

pp. 79-93
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All True Rites and Lawful Ceremonies

pp. 94-98
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His Color

pp. 99-109
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That's How Strong My Love Is

pp. 110-122
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Sepulcher By The Sea

pp. 123-130
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Finding the Women

pp. 131-146
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Interview

An Interview With Jack Conroy

pp. 147-174
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Special Feature: The American Literary Magazine

Influence, Commerce, and the Literary Magazine

pp. 175-193
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Who's Listening?

pp. 194-208
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Marianne Moore's Dial Essays: 'Comment' as 'Aesthetic Equivalent'

pp. 213-222
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John Gardner and MSS

pp. 227-231
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Little Magazines: An Imaginary Interview with Jarvis Thurston

pp. 232-235
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A Third Eye

pp. 240-243
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Blasting With The Littles

pp. 244-248
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The Problem of Self: Poetry in the Little Magazine

pp. 249-260
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Symposium

The Role of the Critic: The Role of the Reviewer

pp. 261-262
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Varieties of Book-Mediation

pp. 263-269
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Cleaning the Tools

pp. 269-272
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In Defense of the "Good Read"

pp. 272-275
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Judgment and the Marketplace

pp. 275-279
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Lace or Steel

pp. 279-282
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The Critic, The Reviewer, and Reader-Response

pp. 282-287
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Contributors

pp. 288-289
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Research Areas

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