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  Volume 20, Number 3, Summer 1997

Table of Contents

From: Callaloo

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Contents

Fiction

The Enchanted Second Lieutenant

pp. 504-515
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From The Festival of San Joaquin

pp. 553-573
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From Misty Waters

pp. 584-596
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Elisa

pp. 646-650
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Bent Up Straight

pp. 660-663
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Poetry

Grammar

p. 516
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Metaphysical

pp. 517-518
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My Favorite Brunette

p. 519
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Falling in Love with Numbers

pp. 520-521
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Origin

pp. 522-523
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Moundville

pp. 524-525
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Soap is a Clean Addiction

pp. 526-528
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Beyond Bourbon St.

pp. 529-530
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A Small Poem for Meggin Written on a Rainy and Cool September Afternoon the Day Before Going to Vermont

p. 548
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Day Poem

p. 549
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Creation

pp. 597-598
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Letter to a Stranger

pp. 599-600
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Humility

pp. 601-602
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The Diabetic Father: His Journey

pp. 603-605
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Ascension

pp. 606-607
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Hodding Carter's Funeral

pp. 608-610
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Faulkner's Portrait

p. 611
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I Ching #25: Innocence

pp. 612-613
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I Ching #37: The Family

pp. 614-615
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I Ching #63: After Completion

p. 616
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Owen Dodson

The Unpublished Poetry of Owen Dodson

pp. 619-626
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Pyramid

p. 651
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Video

pp. 652-653
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Tradition

p. 654
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Bookshelf

pp. 655-657
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After Valentine's Day

pp. 658-659
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My Requiem, Myself

pp. 664-666
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Intransitive

pp. 679-680
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Constellation

p. 681
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Non-Fiction Prose

National Black Theater Festival, 1997

pp. 483-492
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The Ground on Which I Stand

pp. 493-503
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Extending the Ladder: A Remembrance of Owen Dodson

pp. 640-645
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Interviews

An Interview with Charles Johnson

pp. 531-547
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Zee Edgell's Home Within: An Interview

pp. 574-583
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An Interview with Owen Dodson

pp. 627-639
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An Interview with Clarence Major

pp. 667-678
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Biography, Democracy and Spirit: An Interview with Vincent Harding

pp. 682-698
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