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  Volume 37, Number 2, 2014

Table of Contents

Fast Living

Fiction

The Cure for What Ails You

pp. 32-46
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The Only Place the Blood Goes

pp. 54-76
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The New Louise

pp. 106-139
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Isle au Haut

pp. 158-172
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Essay

A Shapeless Thief

pp. 16-31
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Too Late for the Summer of Love

pp. 148-157
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Poetry

Still Life with Two Dead Peacocks and a Girl (after Rembrandt), and: Still Life after Antonio de Pereda’s The Knight’s Dream, and: Still Life after Juan Sánchez Cotán’s Quince, Cabbage, Melon and Cucumber, and: Still Life after Pieter Claesz’s Vanitas with Violin and Glass Ball, and: The Last Still Life, after Peter Paul Rubens’s The Head of Medusa

pp. 9-15
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The Collected Poems of Said Gun, and: Said Gun’s Chores, and: Said Gun Considers His Landscape, and: Said Gun Considers the Shrike, and: Said Gun on His Deathbed

pp. 47-53
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Six poems from The Leopard Lady Speaks: A Novel in Verse

pp. 95-105
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Foreword

Fast Living

pp. 5-8
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Curio Cabinet

Pop Modern: Richard Hamilton’s Ulysses Illustrations

pp. 140-147
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Feature

Enemy of Men: The Vamps, Ice Princesses and Flappers of the Silent Screens

pp. 77-94
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Books

Gatsby over Gandhi: The Asian Jazz Age

pp. 173-186
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Research Areas

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