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AGNI 55

Contents

Poetry

What’s Up
Reunion
It Is Night in My Study
Two Mineiro Poems on the Love of Death
Music for My Ashes
Translated from the Portuguese by Lloyd Schwartz
Prologue of the Horses
Great Hill Lyric
Thunderstorm
Requin
The Religion of Art Revisited
Dichterliebe, for Voice and Piano
Pomegranates
Bathers
First Day at San Ramon
Blueprint for Civilization Sometimes Lost in Frivolous Detail
Moon Night
Translated from the Danish by Patrick Phillips
Gone
Translated from the Danish by Patrick Phillips
Horses Behind Hills
Translated from the Danish by Patrick Phillips
The Doves
Translated from the Danish by Patrick Phillips
Private History
Translated from the Ukrainian by Kristina Lucenko
Untitled
Translated from the Ukrainian by Kristina Lucenko
“Say, desert geometer, shaper”
Translated from the Russian by Maxim D. Shrayer and J. B. Sisson
“One Alexander Herzevich”
Translated from the Russian by Maxim D. Shrayer and J. B. Sisson
“Slip back into your mother, Leah”
Translated from the Russian by Maxim D. Shrayer and J. B. Sisson
The Heart
Translated from the Danish by Carsten Rene Nielsen and David Keplinger
Unknown
Maritime
Amores III, ix
By Ovid
Translated by Tom Sleigh
Indeterminacy
Cold Shoulder
Keeping
Shaking the Snow Globe
The Gifted
Translated from the Portuguese by Lloyd Schwartz
Affair
The Moderns
Obsession
A Numb Thumb
A Piece of Fruit
Boitas
Translated from the Spanish by Virgil Suárez and Delia Poey
The Spinning World
Narcissus and the Aquarium Guide
Something Relentless Pushing Me
Still Life with Gerund
Sawdust
Helen Keller
AGNI 55

Our spring 2002 issue reaffirms AGNI’s commitment to up-and-coming writers with fiction by Wendy Button, Daphne Kalotay, and Priscilla Hodgkins; poetry from Brian Blanchfield, Christine Hume, Christine Perrin, and Bryan Walpert; and nonfiction by M. Elaine Mar, Judy Karasik and Debbie Danielpour Chapel, to name but a few. Also work by Natalia Ginzburg (translated by Lynne Sharon Schwartz), John J. Clayton, Osip Mandelshtam (tr. Maxim D. Shrayer), Ovid (tr. Tom Sleigh), and Guy de Maupassant (tr. Matt Yost).

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