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Kenyon Review
Volume: 22.2 | Year: 2000

Table of Contents:

Marianne Boruch
Piano Tuning

Michael Collier
My Crucifixion
The Choice

Robert Cording
Against Consolation
In My Study

Ann Fisher-Wirth
Open Like a Rose

Andrew Frisardi
Phenomena

Carol Frost
After Grave Illness
Red Pond
Marsyas' Art
Procedure

Rachel Hadas
deja vu

Kimiko Hahn
Vivisection

Mark Halliday
Bob Evans Mood
Downstairs

Laura Kasischke
Clown

David Kirby
Dear Derrida

Stuart Lishan
April and the New Physics

Timothy Liu
For a New Century

George Looney
The Sleep of Wood in the House of Wrens

Adrian C. Louis
High Plains Weather Report
Elemnts of Madness in the Air

Jayanta Mahapatra
Traveler

Ross Martin
Reading Bibles in Tennessee
It Is Late But Not Too

Margaret Rabb
To Autumn

Amudha Rajendran
Parturition

Grace Schulman
Black and White
Carnegie Hill Birdlore

Mark Smith-Soto
Tomorrow
Yesterday

Ralph Sneeden
Two Weasels

Cathy Song
The Girl Can Run

Arthur Sze
Before Sunrise
Lobed Bowl with Black Glaze and White Scalloped Rim

Larissa Szporluk
Faire Faire
Amusia
Eidola
Leaving the Eccentric
Trapeze

Nance Van Winckel
These Days
Celsius

Saadi Youssef
The Collapse of the Two-Rives Hotel
Noontime

Poets of Interest in this issue:

Marianne Boruch
Piano Tuning

 

Carol Frost
After Grave Illness; Red Pond; Marsyas' Art; Procedure

 

Kimiko Hahn
Vivisection

 

Mark Halliday
Bob Evans Mood; Downstairs

 

Arthur Sze
Before Sunrise; Lobed Bowl with Black Glaze and White Scalloped Rim

 

Larissa Szporluk
Faire Faire; Amusia; Eidola; Leaving the Eccentric; Trapeze