1. The Poet as Rhetor: A Reading of Wilfred Owen’s “Dulce et Decorum Est”
  2. Stephen Benz
  3. pp. 1-17
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  1. Marianne Moore’s Cabinets of Curiosity
  2. Sarah Berry
  3. pp. 18-38
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  1. Lola Ridge, American Modernism’s Forgotten Radical
  2. Joshua Logan Wall
  3. pp. 39-42
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  1. “The Secrets of Blood and Seed”: Primo Levi’s Poetic Emergence
  2. Barbara L. Estrin
  3. pp. 43-59
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  1. Whose (Meta)modernism?: Metamodernism, Race, and the Politics of Failure
  2. James Brunton
  3. pp. 60-76
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  1. It is I: Robert Creeley’s Deictic Subjectivity and the Sublime Self
  2. Andy Weaver
  3. pp. 77-96
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  1. Making Conjuncture
  2. Rachel Blau DuPlessis
  3. pp. 97-103
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  1. Trailing through the Thicket
  2. Zhaohui Liu
  3. pp. 104-108
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  1. Conceptualisms in Crisis: The Fate of Late Conceptual Poetry
  2. Michael Leong
  3. pp. 109-131
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  1. Career Windows
  2. Mike Chasar
  3. pp. 132-137
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  1. A Book of Readings on Anne Carson
  2. Calista McRae
  3. pp. 138-141
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  1. “The Eliot we have is the Eliot we make”: A Review of The New Cambridge Companion to T.S. Eliot
  2. Chen Lin
  3. pp. 142-146
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  1. Ekphrasis, Cultural Capital, and the Cultivation of Detachment in T.S. Eliot’s Early Poetry
  2. Frank Capogna
  3. pp. 147-165
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  1. Plasticity at the Violet Hour: Tiresias, The Waste Land, and Poetic Form
  2. Matthew Scully
  3. pp. 166-182
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  1. A Myriad of Critical Lenses on The Waste Land
  2. Ping Song
  3. pp. 183-185
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