Issue: Winter 1986

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  • A Reading of Andrew Lytle's The Velvet Horn (Nonfiction - page 15)
  • A Wonder of the Ancient World (Fiction - page 210)
  • As I Lay Dying: Literary Imagination, the Child's Mind, and Mental Illness (Nonfiction - page 51)
  • At the Well; South; Modo, Mahu; Ice Plant in Bloom (Poetry - page 126)
  • Bourbon and Firelight; Stanzas on a Recurring Theme (Poetry - page 155)
  • Don't Save Your Kisses (Fiction - page 179)
  • From the Walls; My Name is Nobody (Poetry - page 148)
  • Grandmother's Advice (Poetry - page 147)
  • Identifications and Divisions: Kenneth Burke and the Yale Critics (Nonfiction - page 93)
  • Isaac McCaslin and the Possibilities of Vision (Nonfiction - page 37)
  • Lines on the Delta: Where the Worst Isn't Always Over; A Housewife Thinks of Damascus (Poetry - page 152)
  • My Sweetheart's House (Fiction - page 174)
  • Night Flying; The Loves of a Lapsed Catholic; The Attempt to Write the Last Poem of His Life (Poetry - page 133)
  • On the American Line: O'Neill's Mourning Becomes Electra and the Principles of the Founding (Nonfiction - page 69)
  • Peter the Rock (Fiction - page 191)