Salmagundi No. 111 / Summer 1996

Salmagundi No. 111 / Summer 1996Table of Contents


Pre-Millennial Syndrome by Christopher Hitchens
Force Fields by Martin Jay

Art & Ethics: A Symposium
What Should We Expect from Reading? by Alexander Nehamas
Duties to the Self and to Others by Richard Rorty
Poetry and Morality by Tzvetan Todorov
Art & Ethics? by Joyce Carol Oates
Common Worlds and Violations by Rochelle Gurstein
Boundaries by Jerrold Seigel
What’s Left of the Center by Stanley Kauffman
The Artist Assumes the Pedestal by Mark Stevens
Rehabilitating a Prophet by Roger Shattuck
Sexualizing Children: Thoughts on Sally Mann by Mary Gordon

New Poems
Immersion by Barry Goldensohn
The God Who Loves You by Carl Dennis
The Confession of Thomas Granger by Stephen Haven
Capitulation by Scott Hightower
Two Poems by John De Stefano
Fra Lippo Lippi Invents a New, Transparent Halo by David Citino
Jack-in-the-Box by Stephen Perry
Viglius Zuichemus by John Burt

New Fiction
The Trichologist’s Rug by Michael Griffith

Books In Review
Exile, Cunning, and Loquaciousness by Michael André Bernstein
Poetry and Silence at the End of the Century by Calvin Bedient
White Burning by John Taylor
Late Jameson by Geoffrey Galt Harpham

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