restricted access   Volume 121, Number 2, Spring 2013

Table of Contents

Contributors

pp. xlvii-xlviii
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Fiction

Gravity

pp. 173-190
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Poetry

What Lies Behind and Ahead

pp. 191-193
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Science and Alchemy

pp. 194-196
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Gift of Tongues

p. 197
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Rites of Passage

pp. 198-201
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Currents

pp. 202-204
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Essays

For the Confederate and Union Dead: Reflections on Civil War Poetry

pp. 205-224
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Cathleen ni Houlihan, Yeats's Dream, and the Double Life of Maud Gonne

pp. 225-233
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The State of Letters

Theater Chronicle: Love and Wonder at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival

pp. 234-236
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"For the Eye Altering Alters All"

pp. 236-241
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Randall Jarrell—Only a Reader

pp. 242-247
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Poetry at the Breakfast Table

pp. 247-253
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The Pleasures of Passé Poets

pp. 254-261
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The Top Shelf

pp. 261-271
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Rhyme and Reason

pp. 271-274
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Church Going

pp. 274-279
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Keeley Rules or How to Play Tennis on Social Security

pp. 280-286
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Arts and Letters

Frankfurters with "Open the Door, Richard"

pp. 287-294
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A Somber Glory: Two Books of Translations from the Old English

pp. 294-305
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The Empty Sleeve

pp. 305-312
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Some Contemporary Poets

pp. 313-324
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The Failed Embrace

pp. 324-330
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Reviews

A Poet on Whom Nothing is Lost

pp. xli-xlii
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The Liberal Arts

pp. xlii-xlvi
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From the Celtic to the Quotidian

pp. xxi-xxiii
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Irascible Ben

pp. xxiii-xxvi
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Prayerful Reading and Writing

pp. xxvi-xxx
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A Poet's Poet

pp. xxx-xxxiii
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Deprivation and Loss

pp. xxxiii-xxxv
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Not a Slave to Fashion

pp. xxxv-xxxvii
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A Joyful Meeting of Playful Poets

pp. xxxvii-xl
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