restricted access   Number 29, Fall 1987 (New Series)

Table of Contents


pp. 5-6

Cook Book

p. 7


pp. 7-10


pp. 10-11


p. 11

Roasted Flour

pp. 11-12

Rice and Milk

p. 12


p. 13


p. 13

Bread Soup

p. 14


p. 15

It Could Well Be, and: And the Head Began to Burn

pp. 16-18

The Fishermen

pp. 19-20

Woman of South Africa

pp. 21-22

so there is no poetry in these nites., and: at the crossroads, and: deepwater

pp. 23-30

Let Your Courage, and: A Happy Kid, and: The Triangle Fire

pp. 31-36

Dora at the Cannery, c. 1936, and: Ashby Leach Defense Committee

pp. 37-41

Slow and Painless Death

pp. 42-43

Letter Poem

p. 44


p. 45

Soup Story

pp. 51-59

The Present from Chicago

pp. 60-66

Writing as Action: A Vindication of the Rights of Woman

pp. 67-80

Maternal Anger: Silent Themes and 'Meaningful Digressions' in Psychoanalytic Feminism

pp. 81-87

Motherhood and Representation: From Post World War II Freudian Figurations to Postmodernism

pp. 88-102

Romancing the Philosophers: Luce Irigaray

pp. 103-114

The Man of Reason: "Male" and "Female" in Western Philosophy (review)

pp. 115-118

Behind the Lines: Gender and the Two World Wars (review)

pp. 118-120

Women and War (review)

pp. 120-122

Speculum of the Other Woman, and: This Sex which is Not One, and: Reading Lacan (review)

pp. 122-128

Women of the Left Bank: Paris. 1900-1940 (review)

pp. 128-131

Discourse/Counter-Discourse: The Theory and Practice of Symbolic Resistance in Nineteenth-Century France, and: Breaking the Chain: Women, Theory , and French Realist Fiction, and: Literature and the Left in France: Society, Politics, and the Novel Since the Late Nineteenth Century (review)

pp. 131-137

The Gaze of Orpheus, and: The Writing of the Disaster (review)

pp. 137-141

Memories of the Future: The Daybooks of Tina Modotti, and: Sand and other poems (review)

pp. 141-144

The Earth is a Satellite of the Moon, and: High/Blood/Pressure (review)

pp. 145-147

Places/Everyone, and: Shop Talk, and: The Face of Jack Munro (review)

pp. 147-153

Emily Dickinson (review)

pp. 153-156

The Subject of Tragedy: Identity and Difference in Renaissance Drama (review)

pp. 156-159

Liberation and Its Limits: The Moral and Political Thought of Freud (review)

pp. 159-161

Fertility Zone

pp. 162-164


pp. 162-164