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  Volume 122, Number 2, Spring 2014

Table of Contents

Current Books in Review

World War I Irrupts

pp. xxi-xxiv
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Honoring, Reinventing, and Creating German Masters

pp. xxiv-xxvii
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The Tirpitz All Told

pp. xxvii-xxxi
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Contributors

pp. xxxii-xxxiii
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Fiction

Hit-and-Run

pp. 171-183
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Poetry

Trojan Commander

p. 184
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Returning to Ithaca

pp. 185-187
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Scars of War

pp. 188-189
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Lessons from the Peloponnesian War

p. 190
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Last Stand

pp. 191-193
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Alexander in New York, 1979

p. 194
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Little Sister

pp. 195-196
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The Old Poet: Margaret Preston Remembers

pp. 197-200
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The Fields of Glory

pp. 201-207
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Nuremberg

pp. 208-210
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Untouched Hearts

pp. 211-212
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Traces of Life

pp. 213-216
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Wartime

pp. 217-219
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The Battle of Dien Bien Phu November 1953–May 1954

pp. 220-221
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Scenes of War

p. 222
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Foreign Wars

p. 223
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Essays

Reading Yeats’s “September 1913” in its Contexts

pp. 224-235
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Dark Day on the Prairie

pp. 236-244
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Berlin on My Mind: An Anti-Memoir

pp. 245-260
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Warring with Words

pp. 261-269
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Remembering the Battle of the Bulge

pp. 270-282
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Letter from Lebanon

pp. 283-294
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The State of Letters

Reflections on the Civil War

pp. 295-303
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Confessions of a Military Historian

pp. 303-313
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Isaac Rosenberg the War Poet

pp. 313-318
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Tom Heggen: A Fragment

pp. 318-322
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Consorting with the Enemy

pp. 323-330
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Arts and Letters

The Glorious Art of War

pp. 331-336
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Hard Times

pp. 336-340
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Anne Frank and the “What If?”: School of Fiction

pp. 340-344
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Research Areas

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