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Volume 31, Number 2, Spring 1999

ESSAYS
Terry Otten Coming to Roost Again: Tragic Rhythm in Arthur Miller's Broken Glass
Daniel J. Ennis William Gilmore Simms and the Mexican War
William Koon "Unto Caesar What All's Him": Cormac McCarthy's Outer Dark
Creighton Lindsay Amazement and Narcissism in Modern American Pastoral Narrative
FICTION
Earl Coleman Der Tag
Patricia Cumming The Chimney Swift
William Orlando Dog Star Desperado
Katherine H. Guckenberger Brandi Principio
Denise Tanyol Amsterdam
Larry Gray Programmed
Dayna Mari Odd Job #3: Fortune & Men's Thighs
Brock Clarke Up North
Willis Barnstone The Who Played the Piano With His Elbows
Peter Love The Ghost Engine
Marilyn Knight Another Turn
Corabel Shofner Traps
Jennifer Moses Sheldon
INTERVIEW
Elinor Ann Walker An Interview with Richard Ford
POETRY
Edward Hoffman Biography
Ann Hudson Brahms Sonata for Clarinet and Piano
Mitchell LesCarbeau Window in a Wall
Earl Coleman A Balkans of the Heart
Gary Leising Robert Lowell on Damariscotta Lake
Jo Neace Krause Hazard, Kentucky, 1942
Robert Parham
  • Paying Attention
  • The Wisdom of Children
James Finnegan Mill Fire
Lyn Lifshin
  • Putting My Mother to Bed
  • The Dreams of the Lost Mother
Walt McDonald Raising a Glass for Grandsons
William Doreski The Evergreens
Bill Sweeney Dawnsong
Jared Carter
  • Ford
  • Plantain
  • Reprise
William Aiken After
Adrie S. Kusserow Snowflake Bentley
Jonathan Minton Carpenter
Cynthia Jaskwhich
  • I. Forget Your Homework, A Sestina
  • II. Poetry by Number, A Second Sestina
Valerie Gill Saturday Morning Mishap
THE REPUBLIC OF LETTERS
William Pratt Andrew Lytle, Agrarian to the End
Frank Day "From the Bottom Up"
Philip E. Cranston Trying Harder
REVIEWS
Harold Woodell Tell All the Truth But Tell It Slant
Bill Koon Desperate Hilarity
Catherine E. Paul The Poetics of Space
Bruce Baker The Stink of Magnolia
Brock Clarke Moving Beyond the Workshop Story