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November / December 1983

[Vol. 6 No. 1]

 

Laszlo K. Gefin reviews All That is Sold Melts Into Air by Marshall Berman

 

Harold Jaffe reviews Writers and Politics by Edith Kurzweil and William Phillips and The Truants by William Barrett

 

The Media Business by Robert Chrisman

 

Heart and Hay: Life with Grunch by Andrei Codrescu

 

Fictions of the New Realism by Masÿud Zavarzadeh

 

Prison Writing

Jerome Washington reviews Prison Literature in America by H. Bruce Franklin

 

Michael Hogan reviews Whatÿs Happening by Jimmy Santiago Baca

 

Russell Banks reviews A Little More Than Kin by Ernest Herbert

Fathers & Sons and Selected Stories by Robert Walser

 

Dick Allen reviews Neither of Us Can Break the Otherÿs Hold by John Oliver Simon, In the Worldÿs Common Grasses by William Pitt Root, and Fathering by Frederick Feirstein

 

Jacqueline Austan reviews The Invention of Solitude by Paul Auster

 

Julia Frey reviews The Letters of Gustave Flaubert 1857-1880

 

Hayden Carruth reviews Collected Prose by James Wright

 

Peter Balakian reviews Puella by James Dickey

 

Robert Peters reviews Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce by Robert Penn Warren

 

Rochelle Ratner reviews The Modern Poetic Sequence by M.L. Rosenthal and Sally M. Gall

 

Letters to the Editors

 

Barbara Barnard reviews The Mad River and Other Stories by Douglas H. Glover and She Comes When Youÿre Leaving by Bruce Boston

 

Lit in a Hurry

 

Joan Darling reviews The Camera Age by Michael J. Arlen

 

Seymour Krim reviews Journey for Our Times by Harrison Salisbury

 

Doug Bolling reviews The Twofold Vibration by Raymond Federman

 

Focus: Literature and Politics

 

Phillip Green reviews The Dark Ages by Marty Jezer and When the Going Was Good! By Jeffrey Hart

 

Charles Sugnet reviews The Political Unconscious by Fredric Jameson and Anything Can Happen by Larry McCaffery

 

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