Issue: Autumn 1972

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  • Progress and Providence (Nonfiction - page 805)
  • Requiem for a Nun: No Part in Rationality (Nonfiction - page 749)
  • Rising toward Birch; Incident in a Condemned Building; Divorcee; Taking Out the Nails; After a Question; Countries for John; Moving Out (Poetry - page 898)
  • The Agrarian Symposium: Letters of Allen Tate and Donald Davidson, 1928-1930 (page 847)
    • Donald Davidson (see also Tate, co-author, and Fain and Young, editors)
    • John Tyree Fain (editor, see also Tate and Davidson, authors, and Young, co-editor)
    • Allen Tate (see also Davidson, co-author, and Fain and Young, editors)
    • Young (editor, see also Tate and Davidson, authors, and Fain, co-editor)
  • The Daydream (Poetry - page 917)
  • The Mirrors of Analogy: Three Poems by Allen Tate (Nonfiction - page 774)
  • The Old Neighborhood (Nonfiction - page 816)
  • To my niece: our photograph, in a hammock (Poetry - page 912)
  • Unbuilding (Poetry - page 915)
  • Why I Will Not Divorce My Husband (Fiction - page 935)
  • Writing in the South, No. III (Nonfiction - page 0)