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James Jones on dialogue (“almost too easy”), characterization (“no human being is really a symbol”), and America (“big, awkward, sprawling”).
Moon rider bound to another paradise: A Marc Chagall portfolio with text by James Lord.
Philip Roth’s Good-bye Columbus.
Poems by Robert Bly and James Wright.
William Butler, The Building
Philip Roth, Good-bye Columbus
James Jones, The Art of Fiction No. 22 Full Text
Robert Bly, The Sorb Is The Tree of Thor
E. G. Burrows, Icon
Richard Elman, Arbor Day
Allen Grossman, Holy Ghost Hospital
Peter Levi S.J., In a Corner of Eden
Stephen Orgel, Talking it Out
Ralph Pomeroy, A Frog, Leaping
Louis Simpson, The Boarder
William Stafford, Recoil
Edward Watkins, Light Essay on a Serious Theme
Thomas Whitbread, Glutton
James Wright, Old Man Drunk
James Lord, Text, Marc Chagall Portfolio
Pierre Schneider, Text, Jean Hélion Portfolio
Lars Bo, Contents Page
Marc Chagall, Five Drawings
Jean HÈlion, Seven Drawings