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1. A Poem—Gordon Lish
2. Poems—M Sarki
3. The Image World of Mao II—William Noland
4. Mao II and the War on Terrorism—John Carlos Rowe
5. What Was That Unforgettable Line? Remembrances from the Rubbleheap—Derek Goldman
6. Canto—Gordon Lish
7. Cuban Stories—William Noland
8. Bauzá–Gillespie–Latin/Jazz: Difference, Modernity, and the Black Caribbean—Jairo Moreno
9. Poems—James Applewhite
10. Steinbeck and the Great Depression—Morris Dickstein
11. To Look: The Scene of the Seen in Edward Hopper—Wallace Jackson
12. Poems—Jay Parini
13. Writing As a Reader: The Deserted Village of Jay Parini—Fred Gardaphe
14. "Man to Man": Basketball, Movement, and the Practice of Masculinity—Thomas McLaughlin
15. Ash Wednesday and the Land between Dying and Birth—John Cunningham and Jason Peters
16. Wankerdom: Trainspotting As a Rejection of the Postcolonial?—Grant Farred
17. Ananomie of Criticism—Andrew DuBois
18. Lorenzo's Chrism—Thomas J. Ferraro
19. Grave Love: A Story—J. D. McAuliffe
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