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The Paris Review
Volume: 145 | Year: 1997

Table of Contents:

Craig Arnold
Manifesto
At the Assassination Bureau
Into the Wrong Hands
Elizabeth Bishop Held Hostage
Boots
For a Cook
Amateur

Mark Bibbins
Sinking
Legerdemain
Counting
The Drowning
Sunburn
The Parts of This We Remember

Billy Collins
Picnic, Lightning
Musee des Beaux Arts, Revisited

John Drury
Traveling with My Mother
Ghazal of the Lagoon
Burning the Aspern Papers

Daisy Friedman
Dentist Poem

Andrew Gilligan
Leteh
For all Communicating Oceans

Beth Gylys
The Trouble with Love Poems about Men

Rachel Hadas
Out Into the Storm

Edward Hirsch
Iowa Suite

Martha Hollander
Election Night
Vermeer's Girl Asleep at a Table
The Fish Roundabout

Elizabeth Macklin
Walk Downhill During Heat Wave Elsewhere
The Little Bees, Newly Busy
On the River Ride at the 25th Reunion

Linda Pastan
Fall in the Literary Review
March 5
Carnival Evening

Kenneth Rosen
Men's Names
Float

Grace Schulman
The Paintings of Our Lives

Vijay Seshadri
Visiting Russia

P. Shneidre
Utilizing Floyd

Jordan Smith
Still
Matter

Terry Stokes
Losing the Time of Day
Pyro

Richard Tillinghast
Starfuckers

Sidney Wade
"Fuck-Me Pumps"
What a Gyp
Smoking Sonnet

Poets of Interest in this issue:

Mark Bibbins
Sinking; Legerdemain; Counting; The Drowning; Sunburn; The Parts of This We Remember

 

Edward Hirsch
Iowa Suite

 

Jordan Smith
Still; Matter