Salmagundi No. 137-138 / Winter – Spring 2003
Table of Contents

Salmagundi No. 137-138Columns
Politics & Culture by Benjamin Barber
Force Fields by Martin Jay
The Art Scene by Charles Molesworth
Guest Column by Stanley Kauffmann

Elizabeth Costello and the Problem of Evil by JM Coetzee

Four Poems by Carl Philips
Inculcations by C.K. Williams
Four Poems by Michael Fried
Two Poems by Timothy Liu
Two Poems by James Longenbach
Woman of the Tar Pits by Debora Greger
Three Poems by Barry Goldensohn
Smoking by J.R. Solonche
Note to Sidney Keyes by Robert Richman
Being Read To by Lorrie Goldensohn
Same Program, Different Circuitry by Christopher Brisson


Death In Naples by Mary Gordon

Personal Essays
Fantastic Voyage by Emily Fox Gordon
Providence. And Independence by Linda Spalding
A Photo from Berlin by László Földényi


Two Fictions by Kenneth Bernard
A Theology of Anorexia by Jacob Russell
How Sin Is Unsaid by Julianne Ortale

Love and its Vicissitudes by Barbara Moore
Pied Virtue by Elizabeth Frank
Eichmann in Jerusalem Kissinger in the Hague by Lawrence Douglas
A Reply to Lawrence Douglas by Ronald Edsforth

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