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  Volume 122, Number 3, Summer 2014

Table of Contents

Current Books in Review

Mordant Wit

pp. xxxix-xli
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Irwin on Fitzgerald

pp. xxxvii-xxxviii
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Information Storage and the Joseph Story

pp. xli-xliii
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A Rollicking Satire

pp. xliii-xlv
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Epiphanies and Surprises

pp. xlv-xlvi
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Contributors

pp. xlvii-xlviii
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Fiction

A Change in the Weather

pp. 345-380
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Animal Tracks

pp. 381-393
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Lucky

pp. 394-407
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Lives Half-Lived

pp. 408-427
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The Old Gentleman

pp. 428-444
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Poetry

An Underworld of Elegies

pp. 445-448
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Shadows

pp. 449-452
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Traces

pp. 453-454
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Harboring Spirits

pp. 455-458
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Essay

Norman Mailer, Theodore Dreiser, and the Politics of American Literary History

pp. 459-472
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The State of Letters

The Literary Feud

pp. 473-478
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Sad Rags: Tales of Enchanted Dresses

pp. 478-483
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Rome to Ravello with Set This House on Fire

pp. 484-494
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Kathryn Stockett’s The Help: A Memoir

pp. 494-499
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Joan Didion Daughter of Old California

pp. 500-505
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Arts and Letters

Fairness and Reciprocity

pp. 506-514
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Neville Jason’s Proust

pp. 514-519
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Revaluation a Salute to Robertson Davies

pp. 519-521
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In Memory of:

Maxine Kumin
1925–2014
Woman of Letters: poet, essayist, and critic.
Winner of the Aiken Taylor Award
in Modern American Poetry in 1995

Vern Rutsala
1934–2014
Poet, prose-poet, and teacher
contributor to the SR, 1982–2002

“For all the casual language,
there is precision of metaphor; for all
the quietness, a moving force;
and for all the commonplace experiences,
a genuine significance” — R. D. Spector

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