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  Volume 36, Number 1, Spring 2012

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Stevens and the Everyday

Introduction

Watering the Flowers

pp. 5-8
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Essays

What's So Ordinary about Stevens' "The Ordinary Women"?

pp. 9-22
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Everyday Nobility: Stevens and the Paradoxes of Democratic Heroism

pp. 23-46
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"The Rhapsody of Things as They Are": Stevens, Francis Ponge, and the Impossible Everyday

pp. 47-77
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Aspect-Seeing and Stevens' Ideal of Ordinary Experience

pp. 78-93
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Stevens and an Everyday New York School

pp. 94-104
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Public Desires, Private Desires: The Satisfactions of Stevens and Stanley Cavell

pp. 105-133
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Poems

A Figure Half Seen

pp. 134-135
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The Interview, 1958

p. 136
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Mowing on Monday

p. 137
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Unreliable Narrations of Three Ansel Adams Photographs

p. 138
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On Her Way to Heaven in 1913, Harriet Tubman Stops in New York City to Visit Wallace Stevens

pp. 139-140
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Equal Night

p. 141
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Charles Foster Kane

p. 142
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Last Lines from Wallace Stevens 1

p. 143
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Last Lines from Wallace Stevens 2

p. 144
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Reviews

Poets at Play: An Anthology of Modernist Drama (review)

pp. 145-147
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Mr. and Mrs. Stevens and Other Essays (review)

pp. 147-150
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Stanley Cavell and Literary Studies: Consequences of Skepticism (review)

pp. 150-152
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Improvisation and the Making of American Literary Modernism (review)

pp. 152-155
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Current Bibliography

pp. 156-160
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Research Areas

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