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October/November 1995
Vol. XX No. 4



Is Government Incompetent?


No Soul by Alan A. Stone

    Burnt by the Sun is a remarkable film with one large flaw -- it sentimentalizes Stalinism.

Digging Ditches (story) by Debra Dickerson


Poet's Sampler: Brenda Hillman introduces Annah Sobelman


Atrocities by Allan Forbes

    World War II ended the tradition of civilian immunity. We've been living with the consequences ever since.

Message to the Bride (poem) David Rivard


Reader's Forum


Evening III (poem) Stuart Dischell


Books


Reviews

    Richard Kaye reviews Dada Suicides: Selected Texts of Arthur Cravan, Jacques Rigaut, Julian Torma and Jacques Vache Ed. Roger Conover, et al.

    Doron Weber reviews Sabbath's Theater by Philip Roth

    Don Share reviews The Wild Field by Rita Gabis



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