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AGNI 38

Contents

Fiction

The Petersburg Express
Translated from the Russian by Mary Ann Szporluk
Wintergreen
Bad Touch
Keer Avenue
The Voice of Grass
Translated from the Ukrainian by Yuriy Tarnawsky

Essays

The Things They Still Carry: A Post-Vietnam Story

Poetry

Life Story
By Ai
Rubberneck
Violence
A Declining Neighborhood
Homeless
Small Inns and Lodges
The Park of the Monsters
Of “Turning Away from the World”
Dialogue Before Death (1983)
Translated from the Russian by Marsbed Hablanian and Diana Der-Hovanessian
Why So Many Forms?
Translated from the Spanish by John Oliver Simon
Holes in Our Speech
Geography Lesson
Figure and Ground; or, Art Up to Its Neck in History
The Interrupted Life
I Dont Know Who It Is, That Sings, Nor Did I, Would I Tell
A Brief History of Asylum
In Passing
Mixed Signals
Buffalo Jump, Blue Mounds, Minnesota
Sweet Town
elegy in blue and white
Waunfawr and After / “The Collar Work Begins”
Poet’s Chair
On a Pottery Figure of a Storyteller from the Eastern Han Dynasty (A.D. 25-220)
My Mother Also Ate
Today I Am Wearing a Suit
Night Melodies
Translated from the Ukrainian by Michael M. Naydan
The Joke
First Impression
Three Dreams: Masquerade, The Book of Paintings, My Nightmare
Dark Palace
Like a Dog, He Hunts in Dream
Two Self-Portraits: The Artist | The Scholar
In Heraclitus’s River
Translated from the Polish by Stanisław Barańczak and Clare Cavanagh
Time Enough
Clytemnestra
Translated from the Ukrainian by Lisa Sapinkopf and Oksana Zabuzhko

Reviews

Letter Read Inside Out
Two Sane Books Out of the Three
Critical Imperialism
The Alternative Continuum
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