Issue: Winter 1969

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  • A Glass of Benedictine; D. O. M.; On Reading Sixteenth-Century Verse; After Long Separation; a poem must not mean but be; To a Young Suicide; Time Is the Fire; Portuguese; Spaghetti Dinner; Query; (Poetry - page 104)
  • Authority in Poems (Review - page 203)
  • Cedar Key (Poetry - page 128)
  • Death and the Maiden: The Theme of Death in the Poetry of Emily Dickinson (Review - page 245)
  • Death Will Come and Have Your Eyes (translation) (Poetry - page 98)
  • Djuna Barnes's Short Stories: An Estrangement of the Heart (Nonfiction - page 26)
  • Doom (Review - page 292)
  • Excavations (Poetry - page 126)
  • Five Explosions into Americana (Review - page 284)
  • For an Interval; The Walls of Troy; Anticoh Chalice; The Cloisters: Oak Carving; Mask of Agamemmnon (Poetry - page 110)
  • In The Bush of Her Bones (Poetry - page 1)
  • John Wilkes; Calvin in the Casino; Someone's Poem; Leda, or the Last of Mythology (Poetry - page 119)
  • Labors for a Love Never Lost (translation) (Poetry - page 86)
  • May Swnenson: The Art of Perceiving (Nonfiction - page 58)
  • More Smog from the Dark Satanic Mills (Review - page 224)
  • Morning in Rome (Poetry - page 109)