Issue: Autumn 1984

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  • A Good Man's Predicament (Nonfiction - page 836)
  • After a Fight on July 31; How Myths Are Made; Taking a Chance; (Poetry - page 894)
  • Baseball; Geography (Poetry - page 886)
  • Elizabeth Madox Roberts, A Memoir (Nonfiction - page 803)
  • Elizabeth Madox Roberts: A Reminiscence (Nonfiction - page 817)
  • From The Creek Book: A Week on the Chunky and Chickasawhay (Poetry - page 874)
  • Introduction: Recovering Elizabeth Madox Roberts (Nonfiction - page 749)
  • Letters from the Little Country: The Summers of 1919 and 1920 (Nonfiction - page 829)
  • Myth, History, and Myth Again (Review - page 958)
  • Poetically the Most Accurate Woman Alive (Review - page 951)
  • Remembering Elizabeth (Nonfiction - page 821)
  • Something to Lose (Fiction - page 912)
  • Symbolism in the Letters of Elizabeth Madox Roberts (Nonfiction - page 824)
  • Taken with a Long-Handled Spoon: The Roberts Papers and Letters (Nonfiction - page 752)
  • The First Year (Fiction - page 928)
  • The Meaning of Coyotes; Rituals Along the Arkansas; The White Tents of Arctic Summer (Poetry - page 869)