Volume 28, Number 1 / 2007

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Notes From the Editor

Poetry
ERIC PANKEY   Corpus Hermeticum  /  The Anatomy of Melancholy
CHRIS FORHAN  Hubbub and Ruck  /  Rock Polisher
A. VAN JORDAN  The Structure of Scientific Revolutions  /  from Quantum Lyrics
BRIAN SWANN  Transubstantiation
PAISLEY REKDAL  Feel Like a Little Trepanning Today?
JERICHO BROWN  Because My Name Is Jericho  /  Prayer of the Backhanded
ELIZABETH HAUKAAS  The Blues
DAVID YEZZI   Googling You
ROSA ALICE BRANCO  The Smile of My Legs  /  To Be and To Seem  (translated by Alexis Levitin)

Fiction
SUZANNE RIVECCA  Uncle
JOANN KOBIN  Dr. Leopold Needs a Little Help
STEPHEN DIXON  The Fool
AKUTAGAWA RYUNOSUKE   Autumn  /  An Evening Conversation  (translated by Charles De Wolf)
ROY KESEY  Exeunt
MISCHA BERLINSKI   In the Dark
STEVE ALMOND   Companions
ERIKA WILLIAMS  The War Widow
FRED REDEKOP  Paging Daryl and Java Man

Art
PETER PLAGENS   Another Look at Clement Greenberg

Literary Criticism
ANDRE FURLANI   Guy Davenport and the Archival Imagination

Classics Revisited
VIRGIL  Aeneid, Book 6  /  Glossary of People, Places, and Creatures  (translated by Ian Ganassi)

American Places
LAWRENCE JACKSON  To Danville

Film
ERIC BREITBART  The Burns Effect: Documentary as Celebrity Advertisement

Literary Lives
ROB HARDY  The Passion of Rose Elizabeth Cleveland

Rediscoveries
FRANCES CALDERON DE LA BARCA  Three Mexican Rituals

Contributors’ Notes

COVER ARTIST: Marjorie Vecchio



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