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“The question about language is not who is right or wrong but, in the old Hegelian scheme, who is the master and who is the slave?” Guillermo Cabrera Infante on the Art of Fiction.
Literary Happenings in China.
Stories by James Baker Hall, Joyce Carol Oates, and Paul West. Poems by Stanislaw Baranczak, Czeslaw Milosz, and C. K. Williams.
James Baker Hall, Praeder's Letters
Joyce Carol Oates, Nairobi
Roger Salloch, Romantic Landscape
Paul West, The Destroyer of Delight
Heinrich Böll, The Art of Fiction No. 74 Full Text
Stephen Ajay, Avalanche
Stanislaw Baranczak, Two Poems
Tory Dent, Luna
Jonathan Griffin, Three Poems
Siri Hustvedt, Two Poems
Lawrence Joseph, Three Poems
Thomas Lux, Three Poems
Czeslaw Milosz, Four Poems
Liam Rector, An Origin of A-R-T
C. K. Williams, One of the Muses
Timothy Tung, Literary Happenings: China: An Interview with Dong Leshan, Part Two
Louisa Chase, Drawings
William Wegman, Man Ray