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Kenyon Review
Volume: 22.3 | Year: 2000

Table of Contents:

K. E. Allen
Cicadas
O'Dowd's Fields

Nuar Alsadir
Bats
Deposit
The Garden
Aperture

John Ashbery
Befuddled
Variations on "La Folia"

Mary Jo Bang
Travel is Easy by Train
Kiss, Kiss, Said Louise by Way of a Pay Phone
Does Mrs. Hunt Tear Linen Straight as Ever?

Robert Bly
The Wagon and the Cliff

Maudelle Driskell
The Propoganda of Memory

John Engels
Adam Imagining Moving

Arpad Farkas
Our Reserves

Mordechai Geldman
Abused Neighbor

Robert Gibb
Pictures at an Exhibition
Pittsburghesque, ca. 1949

Laszlo Kiraly
Anabasis

William Logan
Ca d'Oro
Open Day at the Natural History Museum

Thomas Lux
The Magma Chamber
A Library of Skulls

Claire Malroux
Saint-Lieux: The Stream Near the Village
Summers Before the War

Khaled Mattawa
from Echoes & Elixirs 1, 3, 7, 11

Wesley McNair
Driving North in Winter

Judith Moffett
Decade-Birthday Verses for James Merrill

Linda Pastan
The Crossing

Carl Phillips
The Pinnacle
Recumbent
Regalia Figure
Caravan

Donald Platt
Contact Points

Stanley Plumly
Comment on Thom Gunn's In Santa Maria Del Popolo
In the Old Jewish Cemetery in Prague

Boyer Rickel
Nude Beach

Len Roberts
Flicking the Switch

Natasha Saje
Reading Henry Fowler's Modern English Usage in Salt Lake City in November
Bend

Mark Scott
Every Drift

Jeffrey Skinner
Prodigal

Charlie Smith
Heroin
Kicking

R. T. Smith
Downy

Kevin Stein
Confessional

Roberta Swann
Windfall

Michael Van Walleghen
The Ex

Poets of Interest in this issue:

John Ashbery
Befuddled; Variations on "La Folia"

 

Mary Jo Bang
Travel is Easy by Train; Kiss, Kiss, Said Louise by Way of a Pay Phone; Does Mrs. Hunt Tear Linen Straight as Ever?

 

Thomas Lux
The Magma Chamber; A Library of Skulls

 

Carl Phillips
The Pinnacle; Recumbent; Regalia Figure; Caravan

 

Stanley Plumly
Comment on Thom Gunn's In Santa Maria Del Popolo; In the Old Jewish Cemetery in Prague