restricted access   Volume 41, Number 2, Fall 2017

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Teaching Stevens

Edited by Lisa Goldfarb and Glen MacLeod

Introduction

Revisiting Teaching Stevens in 2017

pp. 153-154
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Reflections by Poets

Three Experiences with Stevens

pp. 155-156
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Sound as Structure

pp. 157-158
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Dancing in the Kitchen with Stevens

pp. 159-161
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Essays

Valuing Stevens’s Acts of Imagination

pp. 162-169
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Teaching Stevens in Israel: The Spiral of the Seasons

pp. 170-176
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Stevens and Race: “Like Decorations in a Nigger Cemetery” Revisited

pp. 177-187
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“Teaching a Fusky Alphabet” to Belgian Students: Stevens’s Poetry as a Spider Web

pp. 188-197
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Stevens’s Poetics of Variation as a Guide for Teaching

pp. 198-206
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“For him the moon was always in Scandinavia”: Stevens in the Swedish University Classroom

pp. 207-216
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“Read from the Book That Has No Words”: Teaching Stevens in China

pp. 217-225
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What the Poet Meant . . . Teaching Stevens to Portuguese Students

pp. 226-234
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Casting for Keener Sounds: How to Make Difficult Poetry Fun Again

pp. 235-244
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Teaching Stevens in and beyond the Book

pp. 245-258
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As if Blackbirds Could Shape Scientists: Wallace Stevens Takes a Seat in the Classroom of Interdisciplinary Science

pp. 259-269
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Mountain Climbing in the Poetry Classroom in Malta: Teaching a Stevens Metapoem

pp. 270-277
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Poems

Lake Surface Full of Clouds, and: Quiet, and: Two Robins in Summer

pp. 278-283
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Drizzle in Venice or a Hard Rain in Hartford (The Figure of the Youth as Virile Poet)

p. 284
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For Stevens

p. 285
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A Repetition of Inconstancy

p. 286
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Westerly Terrace

p. 287
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Rini’s Song

p. 288
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Flower Arrangement

p. 289
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Reviews

Wallace Stevens in Context ed. by Glen MacLeod (review)

pp. 290-294
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Things as They Are by David Todd (review)

pp. 294-296
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The Poet’s Voice in the Making of Mind by Russell Meares (review)

pp. 296-299
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Survey Review of a Year’s Essays on Stevens: “Ideas of Remoteness”

pp. 299-307
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News and Comments

pp. 308-311
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