Volume 27, Number 1 / 2006
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Poetry
BOB HICOK      Singe
MARIANNE BORUCH     Light on Four Sides / All Night
JENNIFER WHITAKER     The Look of It
ALFONSINA STORNI     Lighthouse in the Night / Toad and Sea /
Fog / Street / Lines to the Sadness of Buenos Aires /
(translated by Orlando Ricardo Menes)
BEVERLY BURCH     Once I Watched a Great Blue Heron
VICTORIA CHANG     The Professor’s Lover
NATHANIEL BELLOWS     Russian Birch
LEE UPTON      Undid in the Land of Undone
PETER PEREIRA     Nursemaid’s Elbow
RICHARD HOWARD     Eidyia: An Interview
AVERILL CURDY     The Salmon
DAVID KOEHN     Night Lines

Fiction
BROCK CLARKE     That Which We Will Not Give
JUSTIN HAYTHE     All the Color in the World
SANDRA LEONG      The Thousand and One Faces of Mama-san
STEVE ALMOND     Hating Monet
STEPHEN SCHOTTENFELD     Stonewall and Jackson
LORI OSTLUND     The Children Beneath the Seat
STEPHEN DIXON      Winter

Literary Lives
J. M. TYREE     Thoreau, Whitman, and the Matter of New York
SERGEI DAVYDOV     Gogol’s Petersburg

Art
THOMAS MCEVILLEY     Modernism, Post-Modernism, and the End of Art

Reader’s Notebook
MYLES WEBER     Reflections of Peter Brook

Literary Criticism
SOLEDAD FOX    Flaubert and Don Quixote

Testimonies
HELOISE      Second Letter to Abelard
(translated by William Levitan)

Music
BENJAMIN IVRY     A Voice of the Century Past

Rediscoveries
EDITH WHARTON     The Vice of Reading
SIR SAMUEL ROMILLY      Civil Order in Paris Under Napoleon

CONTRIBUTORS’ NOTES



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