restricted access   Volume 10, Number 1, Winter 2017 (New Series)

Table of Contents

Poetry

Spooked

p. 70
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Minnie’s Death

p. 67
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Hinky Dinky Parlay Voo

p. 68
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Nemerov

p. 41
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Solstice

pp. 42-43
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Interlude

pp. 105-106
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Un-Tombed

pp. 44-45
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Nowhere

p. 69
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Fog in Naskeag Harbor

pp. 30-32
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Tobacco Country

p. 100
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Graffiti Scrawled By Choirboys, St. Mary’s Church, Oxford

p. 101
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At Regina . . . from Aeneid, Book Four

pp. 84-88
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A Mad Gardener’s Murmur

pp. 102-103
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In Extremis

p. 104
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To Eat the Awful While You Starve Your Awe

p. 27
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Sundays at Smilow

p. 28
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Three Ages

p. 29
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Fiction

Oxblood Furnishing

pp. 89-99
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Expression

pp. 1-26
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Art

Poets’ Graves

pp. i-viii
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Essays

His Swords and Armor: Remembering Michael Donaghy

pp. 33-40
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“I Knew a Woman”: Or, Learning the Hard Way

pp. 107-112
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Reading Proust: Time Lost . . . but Not Wasted

pp. 71-83
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Eliot’s Magic

pp. 46-66
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Notebook

The Bloomian Moment: An Appreciation

pp. 113-125
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Reviews

The Capitalist and the Critic: J. P. Morgan, Roger Fry, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art by Charles Molesworth (review)

pp. 145-149
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Brecht, Brexit, and a Kingdom for a Horse

pp. 142-145
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Late Stories by Stephen Dixon, and: Beatrice by Stephen Dixon, and: Letters to Kevin by Stephen Dixon (review)

pp. 149-151
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Film Chronicle

pp. 126-135
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The Octopus Game by Nicky Beer (review)

pp. 151-153
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The Letters of Ernest Hemingway: Volume 3, 1926–1929 ed. by Rena Sanderson, Sandra Spanier, Robert W. Trogdon (review)

pp. 153-157
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Taking Off

pp. 135-142
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Notes on Contributors

pp. 158-160
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