Issue: Summer 1979

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  • A Masterpiece Apparently Destroyed; Reunion at 35; (Poetry - page 643)
  • Men in Dark Times: Three New British Poets (Nonfiction - page 585)
  • Mystery Enough at Noon: John Fowles's Revision of The Magus (Review - page 716)
  • The scholar is a mere conservative: The Criticism of J. V. Cunningham (Nonfiction - page 545)
  • ''Writing is simplicity…'' 'History' 'The End' (Poetry - page 632)
  • A Mind Running Loose: New Views of the Private Virginia Woolf (Review - page 688)
  • A Personal Tour of Donald Davie's Imaginary Museum (Review - page 724)
  • A Puff of Smoke (Poetry - page 627)
  • A Question of Karma (Fiction - page 646)
  • Allen Tate: A Note in Memory (Nonfiction - page 521)
  • An Essay on the Beautiful (Nonfiction - page 524)
  • Bernard Gilbert: A Neglected English Novelist (Nonfiction - page 575)
  • Bloomsbury: History, Myth, and Metaphor (Review - page 696)
  • City Lights; Wildwood by the Sea; Too much at once; A living; I live today (Poetry - page 638)
  • Evolving Style (Review - page 711)