Salmagundi No. 146-147 / Spring-Summer 2005

Table of Contents


undefinedEssay        
Ten (Possible) Reasons for the Sadness of Thought by George Steiner
        
Memoir        
Still Life: Bonnard and My Mother’s Death by Mary Gordon
        
Poems        
Two Poems by Carl Dennis
Three Poems by Maggie Dietz
At the Best of Times by Debora Gregor
Guston’s Crossing by Stephen Sandy
The Carnival of Venice by Jordan Smith
Cahors by Katherine Lucas Anderson
Hero by Geoffrey Hartman
Autophile by Virgil Suárez
Restarting the World by Leonard Nathan
Sonnet; To a Marriage that Cannot be Saved by a Weekend in Calistoga by Julie Sheehan
Wallace Stevens by Honor Moore
        
Essay        
The Tragic Fate of John Ruskin by Rochelle Gurstein
        
A Photograph and Two Poems        
Carolyn Forché and Daniel Simko in Paris, 1986 by Harry Mattison
Mythology / From the Fragments by Daniel Simko
Elegy for an Unknown Poet by Carolyn Forché
        
Interview        
Interview with Dame Muriel Spark by Robert Hosmer
        
Essay        
English in Japan by Terry Caesar
        
Interview        
Hottentots and Phobias: A Conversation with Sir Isaiah Berlin with Beata Polanowska-Sygulska
        
Review        
Phillip Lopate’s New York by James Howard Kunstler

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