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Volume 21, Number 2, Spring 1989

INTERVIEW
Edward C. Reilly On an Averill Park Afternoon with William Kennedy
FICTION
David Shields Johnny Roseboro, Jim Gilliam, Tommy Davis, et al.
Rosa Shand A Bearable Lightness of Being
Paul Witherington The Virgin Wife
Lloyd Davis Wild, Wonderful West Virginia
POETRY
D. Kildare Sweet Boys
Jay A. Blumenthal (two poems)
David Starkey Insurance
James Finnegan Beach Glass
Anita T. Sullivan A Mention of Birds
Tomasz Jastrun Possessed (trans. Daniel Bourne)
Christopher Dungey New Stove
ESSAYS
Colby H. Kullman Boswell Interviews Rousseau
Merritt Mosley Joan Didion's Symbolic Landscapes
Glenn W. Erickson The Newer Criticism
REVIEWS
W. H. Green Thought and Vision: A Critical Reading of H.D.'s Poetry by Angela DiPace Fritz and The Aesthetics of Power: The Poetry of Adrienne Rich by Clair Keyes
John L. Idol, Jr. Aesthetic Headaches: Women and Masculine Poetics in Poe, Melville, and Hawthorne by Leland S. Person, Jr.
Michael Cabot Language in Literature by Roman Jakobson
Carol Johnston Two Books on Thomas Wolfe
Mark Charney David Rabe: A Stage History by Philip C. Kolin