Salmagundi No. 118-119 / Spring – Summer 1998

Table of Contents

Salmagundi No. 118-119Columns
Homelands by David Rieff
On Film by Walter Kendrick
The Art Scene by Charles Molesworth
Guest Column: Theaterwatch by Stanley Kauffman

An Obituary

Cornelius Castoriadas by David Ames Curtis

Poems

Three Poems by Jordan Smith
Three Poems by Leonard Nathan
Three Poems by Liane Strauss
Between the Wars by Sue Kwock Kim
Interiors by Lance Larson
Summers in Saratoga Springs by Robert Pinsky
Two Poems by Barry Goldensohn

Fiction

Ex Facto Oritur Ius by Kenneth Bernard

Feature on “The Consciousness Industry”: Virtuality, Voyeurism, and Cool
Bits & Pieces: Fragments on “The Consciousness Industry”
“The Consciousness Industry”: A Symposium
Secular Values and Republican Virtues by Christopher Hitchens
Rock Music & The Culture of Rock: an Interview with James Miller
Endangered Species: The Mall as Political Habitat by David Bosworth
Air, Worm, Pip, Zen: The Chicago Bulls as Sacred Book by Roger Gilbert
Electronic Mourning: The Death of François Mitterand by James Siegel
The Kitschification of Princess Diana by Daniel Harris
Thinking About Computer Culture by Charles Molesworth
Reframing the Argument by Rochelle Gurstein

An Exchange: Delivering Darwin

A Reply to Marilynne Robinson by Terence Diggory
Signs of Struggle by Marilynne Robinson

A Review

Frank Bidart, Tragedian by Cal Bedient

Erratum



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