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Kenyon Review
Volume: 18.3 | Year: 1996

Table of Contents:

Stephen Berg
Hymn

Marianne Boruch
I Paint My Bad Painting

Sandor Csoori
Remembering an Old Street
Hung Over
If I Had Believed

Bei Dao
Coming Onstage
Blue Wall
We
Untitled
Progress
Creation

Richard Exner
Almost a Conversation
Our Time

Annie Finch
Three Generations of Secrets
Samhain

Albert Goldbarth
In
Halfway
Definitions

Linda Gregerson
Luke 17:32

Susan Hahn
False Spring
Pinched Nerve

James Harms
Legacy
Soon

Jeffrey Harrison
Foreshadowing
Household Spirits

Andrea Hollander
The Other Life
Those Summer Sundays

Lynne Knight
For a Friend Whose Love Has Left

Walt McDonald
The Winter Before the War
The Winter They Bombed Pearl Harbor
The Middle Years

Sarah Messer
Some Women Marry Houses

Ricardo Pau-Llosa
Pachu, Trumpeter

Sherod Santos
Siblings
Rocheport, Missouri, 1994

Enid Shomer
Depth of Field
Refreshed Apollo
The Gene
The Separation

Miller Williams
Wide Place in the Road
Listen
10,000 Year Old Tree Discovered Shades Two and a Half Acres
If Ever There Was One
On Word that the Old Children's Stories Have Been Brought Up-To-Date

David Wojahn
The Shades

Gary Young
Four Poems

Poets of Interest in this issue:

Marianne Boruch
I Paint My Bad Painting

 

Albert Goldbarth
In; Halfway; Definitions

 

Linda Gregerson
Luke 17:32

 

Susan Hahn
False Spring; Pinched Nerve

 

Ricardo Pau-Llosa
Pachu, Trumpeter

 

Sherod Santos
Siblings; Rocheport, Missouri, 1994

 

David Wojahn
The Shades