Salmagundi No. 152 / Fall 2006
Table of Contents


undefinedLecture       
On a Certain Mistrust of the Past among Young Writers by Richard Howard

Columns       
Guest Column: Sontag Laughs by Sigrid Nunez
Writers and Writing: Michel Houellebecq: The Ecstasy of Disgust by Nancy Huston
Art & Ideas: Ethnography, Art, and Justice: The Example of William Kentridge by Charles Molesworth

Essays
The Forest of Memory by Kathryn Harrison
Smoked Heads by Christina Thompson
The Not-Quite Said by Denish Donoghue

Poems 
      
Three Poems by Carl Dennis
Two Poems by Sydney Lea
Testament by James Longenbach
The Women of Whitechapel: Two Poems by Nancy Schoenberger
Christ Church, Spitalfields by William Logan
The Mortician’s Guayabera by Virgil Suarez
Aubade by Randall Mann
Two Poems by Barry Goldensohn

Essay       
Auguries of Decadence: American Television in the Age of Empire by David Bosworth

Reviews       
What Lies Beneath by Linda Simon
Sprawl by James Howard Kunstler
Rainbow Corporation by Jennifer Delton

Essay       
D.H. Lawrence, Comedian by Jeffery Meyers

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