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Volume 27, Number 1
November/December 2005

Focus: Europeana, &c.

Focus: Europeana, &c.

Andrew Ervin’s “Introduction to Focus”

Ben Greenman reviews Patrik Ouředník’s Europeana: A Brief History of the Twentieth Century

Selah Saterstrom reviews Vítĕzslav Nezval’s Valerie and Her Week of Wonders

Sheila Heti reviews Tibor Déry’s Love and Other Stories

Elizabeth Searle reviews András Pályi’s Out of Oneself

Andrew Crumey reviews Alan Cherchesov’s Requiem for the Living

Neal Pollack reviews Yuri Rytkheu’s A Dream in Polar Fog

Soren A. Gauger reviews Magdalena Tulli’s Moving Parts

Feature: Fiction on the Edge

Leora Lev reviews Dennis Cooper’s The Sluts

Davis Schneiderman reviews Lance Olsen’s 10:01

Jeffrey R. Di Leo reviews Harold Jaffe's Terror-Dot-Gov and Ed. Eckhard Gerdes’s The Literary Terrorism of Harold Jaffe: The Journal of Experimental Fiction, No. 29

Mike Daily reviews Kenneth Bernard's The Man in the Stretcher: Previously Uncollected Short Fiction and Raymond Federman’s My Body in Nine Parts

Feature: Mythic Encounters

John Domini reviews Giorgio Manganelli’s Centuria: 100 Ouroboric Novels

Dave Stevens reviews Rich Shapero’s Wild Animus

Book Reviews

Michael Theune reviews Ed. Reginald Shepherd’s The Iowa Anthology of New American Poetries

Christopher Coake reviews Nick Hornby’s A Long Way Down

Christopher C. De Santis reviews Bernard W. Bell’s The Contemporary African American Novel: Its Folk Roots and Modem Literary Branches

Charles Russell reviews Eds. Josef Helfenstein and Roxanne Stanulis’s Bill Traylor, William Edmondson, and the Modernist Impulse

Paula Koneazny reviews Claudia Rankine’s Don't Let Me Be Lonely: An American Lyric

Anthony Cuda reviews Richard Wilbur’s Collected Poems: 1943-2004

Paul Oppenheimer reviews D. Nurkse’s Burnt Island

Charles Marowitz reviews Harry G. Frankfurt’s On Bullshit

Stephanie Rauschenbusch reviews Claire Malroux’s Birds and Bison

Michael Upchurch reviews Tom Reiss’s The Orientalist: Solving the Mystery of a Strange and Dangerous Life

Hadara Bar-Nadav reviews Mary Jo Bang’s The Eye Like a Strange Balloon

Warren Woessner review Xue Di’s Another Kind of Tenderness

Kevin Prufer reviews Blas Manuel De Luna’s Bent to the Earth

Rochelle Ratner reviews Maggie Nelson’s Jane: A Murder


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