Volume 27, Number 4 / 2006
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Poetry
GEORGE BRADLEY   The Serpent’s Seed
JYNNE DILLING MARTIN   Reasons to Consider Setting Ourselves on Fire /
Some Important Clarifications / Revelations
LINDA GREGERSON    Dido in Darkness / The Chapel Doom / The Turning
DAVID LEHMAN  The Red Death
SUSAN HAHN  Crosses
CARL PHILLIPS  The River in Motion and in Stillness / Storm
SUSAN WOOD  The Lord God Returns
MARY CORNISH  The Lane / Lotus Feet
JOHN KINSELLA  Canto of the Floodway: more irregularities of road travel
LAURA KASISCHKE  Almost There / Riddle
HAYES DAVIS  Bargain Apocalypse

Fiction
STEPHEN O’CONNOR  Bestiary
CARLA PANCIERA  No Sooner
ARTHUR SCHNITZLER  Lieutenant Gustl
(translated from the German by Margret Schaefer)
JAN PENDLETON  Director’s Cut
SUSAN JACKSON RODGERS  Outside
GREGORY SPATZ  Happy for You
SAGE MARSTERS  Bear Story

Special Feature

STANLEY ELKIN REVISITED
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RICHARD TRISTMAN  Tragic Soliloquy, Stand-up Spiel
DAVID C. DOUGHERTY  Prospects of Recovery: Two Unpublished Sketches by Stanley Elkin
STANLEY ELKIN  Baseball Story / Colin Kelly’s Kids

Reflections and Reminiscences
HELEN VENDLER : JOHN IRVING : ROBERT COOVER : ROBERT PACK : KATHRYN KRAMER : STANLEY BATES : WILLIAM GASS : ROBERT COHEN : DAMIEN WILKINS : CHARLES BAXTER

Film
ROBERT B. RAY  Film Studies and the Problems of the New Century

Revaluations
MARCUS KLEIN  What to Make of Maisie

Reflections
THOMAS MANN  My Times
(translated from the German by Scott Denham)

Provocations
MYLES WEBER  Whose War Is This?

Rediscoveries
LAURENCE OLIPHANT  Wild Elephants

Cover artist: Tim Fitts

CONTRIBUTORS’ NOTES



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