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May/June 1985

[Vol. 7, No. 4]

 

FOCUS: THE LAST DIRTY SECRET

 

The Reader's Egotism by Paul Hoover

 

M.F. Beal reviews Class Struggle Is the Name of the Game by Bertell Ollman

 

Charles Sugnet reviews Literary Theory: An Introduction by Terry Eagleton

 

Stephen E. Tabachnick reviewsCanons, edited by Robert von Hallberg and Writer's Choice by Linda Sternberg Katz and Bill Katz

 

Richard Fantasia Class by Paul Fussell and Class Act: America's Last Dirty Secret by Benita Eisler

 

Norman Lavers reviews Blood of Requited Love by Manuel Puig

 

Seymour Krim reviews The Autobiography of Leroi Jones/Amiri Baraka

 

Rochelle Owens reviews Coagulations by Jane Cortez

 

Thomas Meyer reviews The Game of Europe by Charles Doria

 

Sara McAuley reviews Evening Out by David Walton

 

F D. Reeve reviews These People by Lloyd E. Schwartz and Common Ground by Dabney Stuart

 

VIEWPOINTS: KNOPF FICTION

 

Linda W. Wagner reviews Magnetic Field(s) by Ron Loewinsohn

 

Keith Abbott reviews Angels by Denis Johnson

 

VIEWPOINTS: MODERN ROMANTICS

 

Robert Buttel reviews Parts of a World; Wallace Stevens Remembered by Peter Brazeau

 

Kenneth Warren reviews Sparks of Fire edited by Bogan and Goss and William Blake and the Moderns, edited by Bertholf and Levitt

 

Terence Winch reviews Legs, Billy Phelan's Greatest Game and Ironweed by William Kennedy

 

Philip Dacey reviews The Sacrifice by Frank Bidart

 

Leo Hamalian  reviews New York Street Games by Meyer Liben

 

Scott Penney reviews If lt Really Were a Film by Dorrit Willumsen

 

Bill Tremblay reviews The Feel of Rock by Reed Whittemore and Embodiment by Arthur Gregor

 

Dick Higgins reviews X: Writings '79-'82 by John Cage

 

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