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Vol. 28, Nos. 3–5 | Summer 2003


ESSAYS

Brazil’s Hope
Can President Lula redeem democracy in Latin America?    Leonardo Avritzer

The Secret History of the
Magna Carta

Its most far-reaching provisions aren’t the ones we remember    Peter Linebaugh

The Hard Road to Fascism
Today’s antiliberal revolt looks a lot like 1920s Europe.    Abbott Gleason

The Patriot Act on Campus
Defending the university post–9/11    Jonathan R. Cole

Just Marriage
On the public importance of private unions    Mary Lyndon Shanley

FICTION

The River Come Down    Eben Wood

Model for a Square    Weston Cutter

POETRY

Direction    Aaron Belz

Gin    Joe Millar

from Don’t Let Me Be Lonely    Claudia Rankine

Plus Appetite    Frances Richard

Poet’s Sampler: Cristina Rivera-Garza    Lynn Emanuel

They’re Putting a New Door In    Brian Kim Stefans

When I’m Crying, I’m Not Speaking    Susan Stewart

When I’m Speaking, I’m Not Crying    Susan Stewart

Time    Nikolai Zabolotsky

NONFICTION REVIEWS

Memory’s Lair
Avishai Margalit’s The Ethics of Memory, W. G. Sebald’s On the Natural History of Destruction, and Jean Améry    Susie Linfield

Iran’s Other Religion
Paul Kriwaczek’s In Search of Zarathustra    Jehangir Pocha

Still Blaming the Victim
Young, Gifted, and Black, by Theresa Perry, Claude Steele, and Asa Hilliard III    Charles Lawrence

Outside Providence
Jackson Lears’s Something for Nothing   
Jefferson Decker

Nonfiction Microreviews

NEW FICTION FORUM

Adam Thorpe’s One-Man Show
The British novelist’s impressive oeuvre    James Hynes

An Indian Realist in a World of Fiction
On writing Bunker 13   
Aniruddha Bahal

POETRY REVIEWS

The Unfinishable Robert Lowell
The Collected Poems, edited by Frank Bidart and David Gewanter    James Longenbach

As If Washing Might Make It Clean
Paul Muldoon’s Moy Sand and Gravel    Jenny Ludwig

Venus Becomes a Document
Richard Howard’s Talking Cures    Barbara Fischer

Bleeding, Beading, Trickling
Karen Volkman’s Spar   
Noah Eli Gordon

Poetry Microreviews

ON FILM

Cheap Shots
Michael Moore’s Bowling for Columbine    Alan A. Stone


Letters to the Editors



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