Summer 1998 (Volume LI, No. 2)


Solving for X: The Poetry and Prose of Wallace Stevens

The Hudson Review’s Early Years: An Interview with Frederick Morgan

Hamlet, Revenge!

The Conveyance of Sound

Tight Jeans

The Old Woman Regretting the Time of Her Youth, or Lament of the Beautiful Helmet Maker; Ballade: The Beautiful Helmet Maker to the Daughters of Joy by François Villon

The Old Woman Regretting the Time of Her Youth, or Lament of the Beautiful Helmet Maker; Ballade: The Beautiful Helmet Maker to the Daughters of Joy, trans. by Louis Simpson

Proverbs; The Song of Songs

As If; The Two Prophets

To Artemis at Ephesus; Lamia to Lycius

An Early Spring; The Day I Looked in the Mirror and Saw Nothing; Mikey Likes It; Thanksgiving

How the Ground Lies; Independence

Light in the Field

Long Light

Subject Matter in Modern Art

Radical Bonnard

Wilde Times

Life and Nothing But

David Gelernter, Aesthetic Misfit?

Ford Once More

Armchair Traveler

Shakespeare in and out the Classroom

Poetry from Good to Bad to Verse

Struggling with Kristeva: A Long Voyage Home