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Number 78, 2012 (New Series)

Table of Contents


Go On Too Long

pp. 1-2

Radio Astronomy

p. 3

First Grade

p. 4


p. 5

Good Bones,

p. 6

Step Right Up

p. 7

Unicorn Stew

pp. 8-15


p. 16

The History of the Lost Voices

p. 17

Fugue in Rob ♯ Minor

p. 18

Ode to Home

p. 19

The Solitary Adélie

p. 20


p. 21

Hunting Poy Sippi Swamp

pp. 22-23

The Widening Gyre

pp. 24-37

In the Drink

p. 38

Ingredients for the Unmaking

p. 39

Eight Months in Buenos Aires as Still Life with Skull

p. 40

the minnesota review loves . . .

pp. 41-43

The Fort

p. 44

What Children Know

p. 45

Ebb & Flow

pp. 46-47

The Devil's Fingers

pp. 48-52


Taxonomia: A Photo Essay

pp. 53-61


The Theory That Lives On—A Counterintuitive History: An Interview with Timothy Brennan

pp. 62-82

Imagining a Space That Is Outside: An Interview with Fredric Jameson

pp. 83-94

Surveying the Field

Binding Violence or the Valences of Political Power: (on Moira Fradinger, Binding Violence: Literary Visions of Political Origins [2010])

pp. 95-103

Special Focus: Global English

Another Kind of Global English

pp. 105-112

What Makes a Native Speaker?: Nativeness, Ownership, and Global Englishes

pp. 113-129

The Marginalization of Arabic Fiction in the Postcolonial and World English Curriculum: Slips? Or Orientalism and Racism?

pp. 130-145

Books Received

pp. 146-147


pp. 148-152

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