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Spring 1995

Spring 1995

Volume 71, Number 2

  • Booton Herndon’s “Corpses Thawing In Springtime: the Bulge Revisited”
  • Morris Freedman’s “How Dead Is Poetry?”
  • Paul Barolsky’s “Fables of Art”
  • Jack R. Fischel’s “The New Anti-Semitic Axis: Holocaust Denial, Black Nationalism, and the Crisis on Our College Campuses”
  • Stories by Booton Herndon, Morris Freedman, Paul Barolsky, and Jack R. Fischel
  • Poetry by Robert Hill Long, D. S. Burnham, Lisa Gade, and Elizabeth W. Holden
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Spring 1995

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How Dead Is Poetry?

In our recent cultural history, poetry has had as many ups and downs as the stock market. Prominent urban newspapers, like The Los Angeles Times and The Houston Post no longer review books of poems. Joseph Epstein, editor of The American Scholar, a [...]

Author Profiles