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  Volume 31, Number 4, Fall 2003

Table of Contents

Special Feature

Portrait of Doris Ulmann

pp. 3-9
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Regular Items

News of the Appalachian Literary Arts

p. 12
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Upcoming Regional Literary Events

p. 13
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This Side of the Mountain

p. 14
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Contributors to this issue

pp. 102-103
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Featured Contemporary Author - Jeff Daniel Marion

Guest Editor: Marianne Worthington

Jeff Daniel Marion's "Homestead/Where All Our Words Grow Warm"

pp. 16-20
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The Tenant Farmer's Wife

pp. 21-25
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"Measures of Grace": Religious Consciousness in Jeff Daniel Marion's Poetry

pp. 26-34
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"Be Still and Know": An Interview

pp. 35-41
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A Selected Bibliography

pp. 42-45
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Fiction

A Fire in the Rain

pp. 47-57
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The Spirit Tree

pp. 64-69
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Falling

pp. 72-77
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Memoirs

Shuck Beans

pp. 58-60
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Appalachian Christmases

pp. 78-84
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Essay

The Poetry of Shuck Beans

pp. 61-62
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Poetry

Doris Ullmann, confined to bed by illness (again), contemplates her life from her Park Avenue apartment

pp. 10-11
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Moving the Old Rose

p. 15
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Milkweed Pods in November

p. 46
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Touching the Leaf Mold

p. 63
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Revival Comes to Knoxville, 1970

pp. 70-71
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The Searchers

p. 85
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Renaissance Man

pp. 96-97
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Where I Once Lived as Shown to a Friend

p. 104
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New Appalachian Books: Reviews

Mountain Sisters: From Convent to Community in Appalachia (review)

pp. 86-88
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Myles Horton Reader: Education for Social Change (review)

pp. 88-91
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Being America: Liberty, Commerce and Violence in an American World (review)

pp. 92-94
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One of Everything (review)

pp. 94-95
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New Appalachian Books: Write-Ups

pp. 98-101
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