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Kenyon Review
Volume: 19.2 | Year: 1997

Table of Contents:

Rosa Alcala
Apology
Es Todo Llegar A Cantar
To Begin Singing is Everything

Agha Shahid Ali
Farewell
The Floating Post Office
"Lo, A Tint Cashmere! / Lo, a Rose!"

Renee Ashley
Poem About the Cages with a Sentence From Wallace Stevens
The Revisionist's Dream (I)
The Revisionist's Dream (III)

David Bottoms
On Methodist Hill
An Owl
A Room on Washington Avenue
A Walk To Carter's Lake
My Uncle Sowing Beatitudes

Trent Busch
Newspaper Photograph
The Vase of Flowers

Richard Chess
Broken Vessels

Irving Feldman
Movietime

Edward Hirsch
Husband and Wife
A Fundamentalist

Jane Hirshfield
Spell to Be Said After Illness
Broken-Off Twig Budding Out in the Path
Orange Oil in Darkness

Mark Irwin
Horse
Elk

Ann Keniston
1961
Our Alliance

Mary Jane Nealon
The Ship Under the Foot of the Elephant
Tagged

Jennifer O'Grady
Stillborn
White
Definitions Containing Loss

Donald Revell
No Difference I Know They Are
Thanksgiving for a Son

Stan Sanvel Rubin
Baksheesh

Charles Simic
Ancient Divinities
The Wake
Mummy's Curse

Robert Thomas
Plush Fire

Alexander Thorburn
The Pinata
The Woods

Charles Wright
Basic Dialogue
Stray Paragraphs in Apri, Year of the Rat
A Bad Memory Makes You a Metaphysician, a Good One Makes You a Saint

Poets of Interest in this issue:

David Bottoms
On Methodist Hill; An Owl; A Room on Washington Avenue; A Walk To Carter's Lake; My Uncle Sowing Beatitudes

 

Edward Hirsch
Husband and Wife; A Fundamentalist

 

Jane Hirshfield
Spell to Be Said After Illness; Broken-Off Twig Budding Out in the Path; Orange Oil in Darkness

 

Mark Irwin
Horse; Elk

 

Donald Revell
No Difference I Know They Are; Thanksgiving for a Son

 

Charles Simic
Ancient Divinities; The Wake; Mummy's Curse

 

Charles Wright
Basic Dialogue; Stray Paragraphs in Apri, Year of the Rat; A Bad Memory Makes You a Metaphysician, a Good One Makes You a Saint