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Winter 1980

Winter 1980

Volume 56, Number 1

  • John Milton Cooper’s “World War I: European Origins and American Intervention”
  • Douglas Day’s “Borges, Faulkner, and the Wild Palms”
  • W. D. Ehrhart’s “Why I Did It”
  • Richard R. Guzman’s “The Saint and the Sage: the Fiction of Raja Rao”
  • Stories by John Milton Cooper, Douglas Day, W. D. Ehrhart, and Richard R. Guzman
  • Poetry by Federico Garcia Lorca, Dara Wier, Richard Eberhart, and Franz Wright
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Winter 1980

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Borges, Faulkner, and the Wild Palms

This essay is for those of you who choose to believe that Jorge Luis Borges actually translated, in 1939, a novel of William Faulkner's called The Wild Palms. In your support there is, of course, the artifact, published in October 1940, by Editori [...]

Author Profiles

Franz Wright (1953-2015) won the Pulitzer Prize for poetry in 2004 for his collection Walking to Martha’s Vineyard. He published poems in VQR and other leading literary magazines.