Vol. 26, No. 3 (2005)

Volume 26, Number 3 / 2005

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Poetry
CHARLES CROS Délabrement / Lendemain (Day After) / Avenir (Future)/ Tsigane (translated by John Kinsella)
MICHALLE GOULD Where there are doors, there are colors of doors . . .
CECILY PARKS A Blessing for Stocked Fish / Miss Peecher’s Rivers
KARIN GOTTSHALL The Revenant / Whether
RICHARD KENNEY To Biographical Critics and Confessional Poets / Abettors of Entropy
LUCIA PERILLO Ode
FEDERICO GARCIA LORCA from Poem of the Gypsy Siguiriya: Landscape/ The Guitar / The Cry / The Silence / Siguiriya’s Way / After Passing / And Then / (translated by Ralph Angel)
DAVID YEZZI The Call
NICHOLAS SAMARAS Who by Leaving / Resurrection as Pencil and Handwriting
RICK BAROT Like a Fire That Consumes All Before It
COREY MARKS Three Bridges
DIANE KIRSTEN MARTIN The Year the Fathers Went Missing / Inky Pinky / Was You Ever Bit by a Dead Bee?
G. C. WALDREP The Resurrection: Sweden

Fiction
GREGORY SPATZ Any Landlord’s Dream
AURELIE SHEEHAN Horse, Girl, Landscape
JANET KAUFFMAN Monitoring: 10 Spot Samples
ARNOLD RABIN Brahms Second, in Color
TOM YORI In Excelsis
ROY KESEY Follow the Money

Literary Lives
STEVEN G. KELLMAN The Education of Henry Roth

Provocations
A. J. SHERMAN Schools for Scandal
MICHAEL HELLER Ezra Pound’s Gothic Designs on History

Revaluations
GARY ADELMAN Old Age and Beckett: A Partial Autobiography

Cultural History
ROY ADKINS The World After Trafalgar

Rediscoveries
VOLTAIRE The Lisbon Earthquake

Contributors’ Notes



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