Volume 36, Number 2, Fall 2012

Table of Contents

Editor's Column

The Surprising LMNs That Matter Most

pp. 161-174
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Essays

Evil in Stevens’ “Esthétique du Mal” and Henry James’s The Princess Casamassima

pp. 175-193
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“He That of Repetition Is Most Master”: Stevens and the Poetics of Mannerism

pp. 194-205
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The Problem of Of, the Evasions of As, and Other Grammatical Curiosities in Stevens’ “An Ordinary Evening in New Haven”

pp. 206-224
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Like a New Knowledge of Reality: Stevens’ Poetry at the End of the Mind

pp. 225-241
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Finding What Will Suffice: Stevens and the Post-Hegelian Evaluation of Art

pp. 242-259
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Poems

Rabbit Light

p. 260
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The Music of Arkansas

p. 261
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Stevens Gnomes

p. 262
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Sunday Evening

pp. 263-264
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Chicago and the Rest of the World Watching the Moon

p. 265
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Three A.M.

p. 266
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Wallace Stevens in the Bronx

p. 267
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Reviews

Wallace Stevens: A Dual Life as Poet and Insurance Executive (review)

pp. 268-269
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Wallace Stevens, New York, and Modernism (review)

pp. 269-272
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Myth, Language and Tradition: A Study of Yeats, Stevens, and Eliot in the Context of Heidegger’s Search for Being (review)

pp. 272-274
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Wallace Stevens: A Lacanian Reading (review)

pp. 274-277
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Survey Review of a Year’s Essays on Stevens (review)

pp. 278-286
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News and Comments

pp. 287-290
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