NEW ENGLAND REVIEW: Volume 37, Number 1

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NEW ENGLAND REVIEW: Volume 37, Number 1

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Pages (PDF): 200
Publisher: New England Review
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IN THIS ISSUE

 

 

EDITOR’S NOTE


POETRY
PHILIP METRES  A Chronology of Roads
G. C. WALDREP  Chipping Campden
YVES BONNEFOY  (trans. Hoyt Rogers) Other Paintings
TRACI BRIMHALL  Arctic Lullaby
JAMES HOCH  Landscape Resembling My Mother Dying
OLIVER DE LA PAZ  Striking a blow (left hand) / Striking a blow (right hand)
GEMMA GORGA (trans. Sharon Dolin)  [It cracks and finally breaks] / [There’s a vague feeling of error in the air] / [My name is not the name of a flower].
BOB HICOK  Sweet
MONICA YOUN  Greenacre
CHRISTINE ROBBINSFunnel Where the Light Might Enter
DAVID WAGONER  Thoreau and the Wild Grapes
MARIANE BORUCH  Prehistory / Pieces of Old Cornice Among Trees and Random Trash

FICTION
MARTIN MONAHAN  Reproduction
MARGUERITE W. SULLIVAN  Figure with a Bowl of Fruit / Plein Air
ARLENE HEYMAN  The Loves of Her Life
CHARLES HOLDEFER  Big and Nasty
KATHLEEN WHEATON  Glass Onion
CHRISTINE SNEED  Older Sister
EUGENE MIRABELLI  Oh, My Beautiful Alba

NONFICTION
Literary Criticism:
The Mind at the End of the Palm: Wallace Stevens Thinking

DAVID BAKER  Feeling Thinking
LINDA GREGERSON  The “Predicate of Substance”
CARL PHILLIPSThinking Versus Imagination
STANLEY PLUMLY  Does Ripe Fruit Never Fall?
CAROL FROST  The Poetic Imperative

Testimonies
BEN MILLER  Gene Beenk’s Journey into Night
ALIA VOLZ  Chasing Arrows

Film
TODD JAMES PIERCEWow, We’ve Got Something Here: Ward Kimball and the Making of Snow White


TRANSLATIONS
SUZANNE DRACIUS  from The Dancing Other
  (trans. Nancy Naomi Carolson, Catherine Maigret Kellogg, and Jamie Davis)

REDISCOVERIES
EDITH WHARTON  Paris in Wartime: February, 1915

CONTRIBUTORS’ NOTES

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