Volume 30, Number 2, Fall 2002

Table of Contents

Articles and Essays

This Side of the Mountain

p. 3
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The 2001 Denny C. Plattner Appalachian Heritage Awards

pp. 4-5
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Nothing Must Be Lost: Regional Identity and Dialogue in the Works of Edwina Pendarvis and Llewellyn McKernan

pp. 7-19
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"Approaching the Altar:" Æsthetic Homecoming in the Poetry of Linda Marion and Lynn Powell

pp. 20-30
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Horrifying, Brave and Beautiful: Poetic Realism and Appalachian Outmigration in the Poetry of Jeanne Bryner

pp. 31-36
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New Ground

pp. 38-42
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Leaving the Hills

pp. 44-48
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Going Native

pp. 50-52
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Fiction

Honor for Glory

pp. 53-57
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Pearl of Great Price

pp. 58-60
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Black Gold, Fool's Gold

pp. 62-72
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Snakes

pp. 74-79
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Last Rites

pp. 81-82
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The Old Ways

pp. 83-90
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Poetry

Four Pole Creek

p. 6
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Meteor Shower: (Summer, 1994)

p. 19
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Nursery Rhyme

p. 91
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At the Bosque Del Apache Wildlife Refuge

pp. 96-97
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Manure Pit

pp. 36-37
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Loving Women

p. 43
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Hope Chest: What the Heart Teaches

p. 61
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Augury

p. 42
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Prophecy

p. 82
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Christ of the Ozarks

p. 52
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Between One Moment and the Next

p. 57
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Back at Berea

p. 73
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The Caryatids of Appalachia

p. 80
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Low Coal

p. 60
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Who Named the Animals?

p. 95
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Stitch in Time

p. 49
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Jarflies

p. 111
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New Appalachian Books

Opinions and Reviews

The Circumstance of Death by Barbara Smith (review)

pp. 92-93
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Family Gathering by Fred Chappell (review)

pp. 93-95
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Booklist and Notes

Booklist and Notes

pp. 98-110
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Contributors

Contributors to this issue

p. 112
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