Volume 13, Numbers 1 & 2, Winter/Spring 1985

Table of Contents

From: Appalachian Heritage

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Passage

p. 3
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Greetings

p. 3
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A Transitional Word

pp. 4-5
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Sketch and Poem

p. 6
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This Side of the Mountain

pp. 7-8
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A Funny Feeling

p. 8
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High Summer, and: The Vow

p. 9
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Three Essays

pp. 10-13
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High Field

pp. 14-15
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Appalachia

p. 15
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Accepting Things Near

pp. 16-23
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Incantation for a New Coat

p. 23
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A Condition of Memory, and: Telephone

p. 24
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Wilgus Pieces

pp. 25-37
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The Poetry of Jeff Daniel Marion

pp. 39-45
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Great Blue Heron, and: Carp, and: A Catechism, and: Politics in the Country: A Letter to Dan Leidig

pp. 46-48
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Hermas

pp. 49-50
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Droppin' In Up Sandy

p. 50
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Mary's Apples

p. 51
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Into The Room Where Poetry Lies, and: The Hero and the Poet

p. 52
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An Interview with George Ella Lyon

pp. 53-68
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Housekeeping

pp. 69-70
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Home At Last

pp. 71-73
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Anniversary, and: Sojourner, and: Seasons

pp. 74-75
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Bob

pp. 76-80
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My Father. His Rabbits.

p. 81
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I Can Almost See Heaven From Here

pp. 82-96
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Cousin Hanley Gives Advice On How To Travel

pp. 97-98
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Ashy Lou and the Prince

pp. 99-104
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Hellcat

pp. 105-109
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Leah's Apron

p. 110
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Whippoorwill

p. 111
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Memories of Breece

pp. 112-114
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Rustlings Above Saururus Hollow (review)

pp. 115-116
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From Seedbed to Harvest: The American Farmer (review)

p. 117
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EYE on Publications

pp. 118-122
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Contributors

pp. 123-125
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