restricted access   Number 33, Fall 1989 (New Series)

Table of Contents


p. 7

For Your Sins

pp. 7-9

Up From the Mud, and: Ocean Drive, and: The Wall

pp. 10-14

Summer Storm Before the War, and: Bears and Drums

pp. 15-17

The Pond Near Crematorium Four, and: A Krakow Cemetery Shortcut

pp. 18-19

On Things To Hang On To, Like Bleach

p. 20

The First Encounter

p. 21


p. 22

Howard Beach

pp. 23-25


p. 26

Taking Stock

p. 27

Hags Riding on His Back

p. 28

the poet does laundry

pp. 29-31

Defective Parts of Speech: Doing the Word's Laundry

pp. 32-35

The Blood that Keeps Singing: Clemente Soto Vélez

pp. 36-38

from The Promised Land, section 35

pp. 39-42


pp. 43-49

Ms. Peach Makes a Run for Coffee

pp. 50-58


pp. 59-62

Who's Lying?: The Issue of Lesbianism in Lillian Hellman's The Children's Hour

pp. 63-78

Real Feelings, Hollywood Melodrama and the Bitter Tears of Fassbinder's Petra von Kant

pp. 79-98

The Political Economy of Desire: Incest and Modes of Governance

pp. 99-114


pp. 115-116

Reading in Detail: Aesthetics and the Feminine (review)

pp. 116-118

Women and Power in the Middle Ages (review)

pp. 118-121

Paul de Man: Deconstruction and the Critique of Aesthetic Ideology (review)

pp. 121-124

Social Values and Poetic Acts (review)

pp. 125-129

The Origins of the English Novel 1600-1740 (review)

pp. 129-132

Corruptions of Empire (review)

pp. 132-135

The Canadian Jewsish Outlook Anthology (review)

pp. 135-137

No Respect: Intellectuals and Popular Culture (review)

pp. 137-139

Heaven and Heck, and: Timepiece (review)

pp. 140-143


pp. 144-145