Issue: Winter - 1976

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And Jesse Begat: A Note on Literary Generations (Nonfiction - page 1)
Look-a, Look-a Yonder--I See Sunday, I See Sunday! Or, A Deliverer, Delivered (Nonfiction - page 156)
Cavafy's Metaphoric City (Nonfiction - page 83)
Farce and Freedom (Nonfiction - page 54)
From The Handbook of Heartbreak (Poetry - page 140)
Gerard Manley Hopkins: A Study in Conterpoise (Nonfiction - page 64)
Having Gained Some Spiritual Ruthlessness––But Still Confused by What Has Happened––A Local Man Considers a Friend Who Died Alone; He Listens to His Brother Begin to Enjoy a Beautiful Social Woman at a Party; Some Better than Average Advice about (page - 147)
Narcissus in the World of Machines (Nonfiction - page 122)
Of Brook and Stone; Family Reunion (Poetry - page 133)
On First Discovering Four Dead Rodents in the Back Yard (Fiction - page 210)
Pleadings (Fiction - page 168)
Rising (Poetry - page 136)
Scrapings (Poetry - page 152)
The Concert (Poetry - page 151)
The Day the Water (page - 154)
The Decline of Myth in Southern Fiction (Nonfiction - page 16)
The Identity of the Writer (Nonfiction)
The Recollective Structure of The Confessions of Nat Turner (Nonfiction - page 110)
Tradition and Rebellion (Nonfiction - page 32)
Under the Study Door; Exiles; Sicily (Fiction - page 201)