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“The Negro novelist draws his blackness too tightly around him when he sits down to write—that’s what the anti-protest critics believe—but perhaps the white reader draws his whiteness around himself when he sits down to read”: Ralph Ellison on the Art of Fiction.
Eugene Walter on a portfolio of Polish artist Feliks Topolski.
A story by Vilma Howard. Poems by Geoffrey Hill and Louis Simpson.
Vilma Howard, Belle
Will Morgan, Letters from Indiana
John Philips, The Engines of Hygeia
Hollis Summers, Mister Joseph Botts
Ralph Ellison, The Art of Fiction No. 8 Full Text
George P. Elliot, Of God
Geoffrey Hill, Two Poems
Joseph Langland, The Cobra
Robert Layzer, The Insult
Frances Park, The Wakeful
Louis Simpson, The Battle
Zygmunt Haupt, Tierra del Fuego
Eugene Walter, Text, Feliks Topolski Portfolio
Oliver Harrington, Illustrations
Feliks Topolski, Portfolio
Franklyn Webber, Illustrations
Francis Wilmette, Illustrations