Salmagundi No. 112 / Fall 1996

Salmagundi No. 112 / Fall 1996Table of Contents


Letter from Paris by Tzvetan Todorov
Radical Chic and Race by Elizabeth Lasch-Quinn

Art & Ethics: A Symposium
The Imaginary Life by Natalia Ginzburg
Park City by Ann Beattie
Worry by Joanna Scott
Five Poems by Sharon Olds
Three Men Tell Me Stories About Their Boyhoods by Mary Gordon
Adult Children by Natalia Ginzburg
White Children by Clark Blaise
Three Men and a Basket by Nancy Huston
Pretty Story by Amy Hempel
Two Poems by James Longenbach
After Milosz by Mary Gordon

Essays, Reviews, & An Editor’s Notebook

The Death of Camp by Daniel Harris
Reading Cioran by Matei Calinescu
Harold Bloom’s Western Canon by Karen Weisman
Memory, Between Closure and Obsession by Stanford Pinsker
A House for Mr. Belitt by Terence Diggory
Wagner and Antisemitism by Barry Goldensohn
An Editor’s Notebook by Robert Boyers

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