Vol. 25, No. 4 (2004)

Vol. 25, Number 4 / 2004

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A NOTE FROM THE EDITOR

Poetry
JANE HIRSHFIELD In a Room with Five People, Six Griefs / Vilnius
NATASHA TRETHEWEY Genus Narcissus / Myth
CARL PHILLIPS Distortion
DEBORA GREGER Orpheus in Florida
JOAO CABRAL DE MELO NETO A Few Matadors / Cemetery in Pernambuco / On a Monument to Asprin / For the Book Fair / (translated from the Portuguese by Richard Zenith)
PHILIP METRES Hiroshima: A Panorama
TED GENOWAYS The Smallpox Diary
RICHARD WOLLMAN Paper in Autumn
SARAH MANGUSO Getting Over the Twentieth Century / Prayer

Fiction
MOLLY MCNETT Catalogue Sales
MANDELIENE SMITH Friday Night
LORRAINE MAVIS LUPO The Secret Life of Margaret Dumont
HONOREE FANONNE JEFFERS Soon One Morning
F. D. REEVE Inside Outside
SEBASTIAN BARRY A Long Long Way

Literary Biography
JAMES WRIGHT A Poet’s Life in Letters
FREDERICK BROWN Flaubert in Egypt

Reader’s Notebook
A. J. SHERMAN Isaiah Berlin, Flourishing

Reflections
JOSHUA HARMON The Records

Revaluations
J. M. TYREE Henry Thoreau, William Gaddis, and the Buried History of an Epigraph

Rediscoveries
KENYON COX The Illusion of Progress in the Arts

CONTRIBUTORS’ NOTES



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