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Jan 1994/Dec 1995
Vol. XX No. 3





Democracy Project


Fiction and Poetry

  • The Last Time I Saw Yaakov by Neil Gordon
  • A story about the transformation of guilt into moral fanaticism.
  • Poet's Sampler Rachel Hadas introduces Joseph Harrison
  • Fellini's Moment of Truth by Alan A. Stone
  • Fellini's last great film has baffled a generation of critics. Alan Stone explains why.
  • Identity and Immunity by Rafael Campo
  • This essay is the first in a series on Poetry and Identity. Each contribution will explore the capacity of poetry to illuminate the complexity and fluidity of human identity. We are grateful to the Lannan Foundation for supporting this effort.

Books

  • Living History by Edwin Frank
  • Revolution's are acts of hope. That's why they are the terrain of novelists as much as historians.
Maui's Concerto for Island and Developer (poem) Alfred Corn
  • Race, Class, and the Democrats by Ronnie Dugger
  • A top White House pollster has written an apology for Clinton's presidency. He has lots of work to do.

Fiction


Why She Hurries Out, Then Home (poem) Martha Rhodes

Poetry

  • Sue Standing A Formal Feeling Comes:Poems in Form by Contemporary Women Ed. Annie Finch
  • Don Colburn The Common by Gail Mazur

Street Boys (poem) Jay Parini

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