restricted access   Volume 41, Number 1, Spring 2017

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Wallace Stevens and Robert Frost: A Reconsideration

Edited by Steven Gould Axelrod and Natalie Gerber

Introduction

The Complementarity of Frost and Stevens

pp. 1-3
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Essays

Frost/Stevens: Whose Era Was It Anyway?

pp. 4-9
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The Need of Being Versed: Frost, Stevens, and Birds

pp. 10-22
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“Falling Forward”: Frost’s and Stevens’ Public Readings

pp. 23-37
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Subjects and Bric-a-Brac: Frost and Stevens, Snowmen and Woodchucks

pp. 38-49
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Feeling Strange and Turning Back: Stevens, Frost, and the Foreign

pp. 50-64
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Interview

“Allegiance and Parody”: An Interview with Robert Pinsky on Stevens and Frost

pp. 65-69
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Reflections by Scholars

Frost Less “Executive” than Stevens

pp. 70-73
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A Violence from Within and Without in the Poetry of Stevens and Frost

pp. 74-80
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Stevens v. Frost

pp. 81-89
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Motion in Stevens and Frost

pp. 90-92
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Earthy Anecdotes (Frost and Stevens)

pp. 93-96
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Reflections by Poets and Translators

Stevens and Frost: “The greatest poverty is not to live in a physical world”

pp. 97-99
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Frost, Stevens, and Me

pp. 100-102
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Two Poems

pp. 103-104
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My Robert Frost

pp. 105-112
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Hiding Content: Notes on Translating Stevens’ “Colors” and Frost’s “A Time to Talk”

pp. 113-116
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Choosing Music: On Assigning Blank-Verse Imitations of “Birches” or “Sunday Morning”

pp. 117-122
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Fortunate Son: Stevens, Frost, and My Introduction to American Poetry

pp. 123-125
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Philosophy and Story, Stevens and Frost: Rewriting and Rereading

pp. 126-135
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Reviews

Tutte le poesie, a cura e con un saggio introduttivo di Massimo Bacigalupo by Wallace Stevens (review)

pp. 136-139
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Poetry and Poetics after Wallace Stevens ed. by Bart Eeckhout and Lisa Goldfarb (review)

pp. 139-144
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The Lady with the Borzoi: Blanche Knopf, Literary Tastemaker Extraordinaire by Laura Claridge (review)

pp. 144-146
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Current Bibliography

pp. 147-151
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