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  Volume 34, Number 1, 2013

Table of Contents

A Note of Celebration

pp. 6-7
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Poetry

The First Turn Might Be the Right One Home

pp. 8-9
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Closure

p. 17
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Summertime, and Mirror Memory

pp. 32-34
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The Weight of Yesterday

p. 43
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Descent by Rope

pp. 60-61
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from Elegies

p. 78
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Resolution, and Travel

pp. 79-80
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Cooler Bandits

pp. 113-116
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Flora Americana

pp. 117-119
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Fairhill Farm, and Back Forty

pp. 132-134
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The streetlamp above me darkens

pp. 158-159
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Shell White, and Tyrian Purple, and Ultramarine

pp. 160-162
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Fiction

Through the Wormhole

pp. 10-16
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Lost Things

pp. 35-37
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The Couplehood Jubilee

pp. 62-77
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Sons

pp. 81-112
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Her Great Blue

pp. 163-180
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Translations

Voice in the Sound of the Rain

pp. 18-19
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Revaluations

Anne Sexton in Search of “an Accident of Hope”

pp. 20-31
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Reflections

My Mother, Gardening

pp. 38-42
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Literary Lives

Finding One’s Way as a Writer: A Sequence of Letters

pp. 44-59
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Explorations

Wetland Reflections

pp. 120-131
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Testimonies

The Death Knock

pp. 135-157
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Rediscoveries

Reviewing

pp. 182-187
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Contributors’ Notes

pp. 188-191
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In Memoriam

A. J. Sherman
1934–2013
Distinguished Author, Generous Friend, Unfailing Observer

How much smaller the world of our experience seems without him.

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