restricted access   Number 17, Fall 1981 (New Series)

Table of Contents

At Nightfall, Algeria Awakes, and: The Coming and Going of Cyprian Ikeme, and: Slogans on the Wall, and: The Woodcarver's Song to a Tree

pp. 5-8

Against Bullshit, and: On the Infanticide Marie Farrar

pp. 9-12

The Seventies

p. 13

Their Work, and: The Peaceable Kingdom

pp. 14-15

The Coffin

pp. 16-17


pp. 18-19

Out There, and: Haunting the All Night Stores

pp. 20-21

I Think

p. 22

Taking Liberties, and: Housekeeping Progress

pp. 23-25

Which Way the Wind Blew, and: Under Orders

pp. 26-27


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pp. 29-34

Mother Goose, and: This is a River

pp. 35-36

West Virginia: Driving the Gauley River, Listening to the Radio

pp. 37-38

Sobre Los Animales

pp. 39-40

There's a New Bar in Town

pp. 41-42

The T-Shirt Phenomenon in Minnesota on the Fourth of July

pp. 43-44

Visiting My Father in Florida

p. 45

REPLY TO A CITIZEN, USING LOTS OF NASTY WORDS AFTER Victor GarcĂ­a Robles, and: Hearing Sam Astrachan Read Excerpts from His Novel Katz-Cohen in Room 400, State Hall

pp. 46-52

Introduction to the Minnesota Review Faulkner Papers

pp. 53-54

Faulkner and the Sin of Private Property

pp. 55-57

Absalom, Absalom! The Significance of Contradictions

pp. 58-78

Mythopoeic Materials in Absalom, Absalom: What Approach for the Marxist Critic?

pp. 79-95

The Syntax of Decadence in Absalom, Absalom!

pp. 96-103

William Faulkner's "Tragic Legend": Southern History and Absalom, Absalom!

pp. 104-117

Discussion of Papers by the Members of the Seminar on Dialectical Criticism

pp. 118-133

Repairs: Poems, and: Macho Camacho's Beat, and: Working Lives: The Southern Exposure History of Labor in the South (review)

pp. 134-137

Introducing Tom Wayman: Selected Poems 1973-1980 (review)

pp. 137-139

Satan Says, and: Shooting Rats at the Bibb County Dump, and: No Ordinary World, and: Sure Signs: New and Selected Poems (review)

pp. 139-144

Freeway Driving (review)

pp. 144-146

On The Line (review)

p. 146

Melville and War

pp. 147-150

The Political Unconscious: Narrative as Socially Symbolic (review)

pp. 150-153

Richard Wright is Our Companion

pp. 153-155

Calvino and Moravia: What Cause?

pp. 155-157

Strangely San Francisco

pp. 157-158

New French Feminisms: An Anthology (review)

pp. 158-159

Leaving it to the Dialectical Imagination

pp. 159-162


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