Salmagundi No. 135-136 / Summer – Fall 2002
Table of Contents


Salmagundi No. 135-136Poems
Four Poems by Carl Dennis

Columns

Mirroring Evil by Sidra Dekoven Ezrahi
Letter from Paris by Tzvetan Todorov
On Being a Translatee by Stanley Kauffmann
The Fate of Ideas by Marilynne Robinson

Poem
Knowing When To Stop by Richard Howard

Femicons
Emma Goldman and The Tragedy of Modern Love by Rochelle Gurstein
Who Stole Willa Cather? by Susan Kress
Femicons by Regina Janes
You Must Not Take It So Hard, Madame by William Logan

Essays

The Muses’ Farewell by George Steiner
A Refusal to Mourn the Fate of the Muses by Robert Boyers

Poems
Three Poems by John Kinsella
We Could Say This Evening Is Like Any Evening by Suzanne Owens
Funding the Dead by David Citino
Two Poems by Scott Coffel
In Memory of The New York Times by Jessica Hornik
Two Poems by Leonard Nathan
October Jogger by John Poch
But by Randall Mann
Drier Air by Stephen Sandy
Three Poems by Robert Bense
Theresa and Cecilia by Thomas Dilworth

Essays
Against Subject Matter by James Longenbach
Marathon Mensch by Jonathan Kalb
The Boston/Vichy Connection by Jeffery Mehlman
Ionesco in the Berkshires by Honor Moore
Between History and Hallucination by Mark Shechner
Sebald Crawling by Joanna Scott

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