Harvard Review 29

Harvard Review 29

Harvard Review 29, Fall 2005

Issue 29 features a never before published short story by Gore Vidal, Act One of Theresa Rebeck's play "The Scene," poems by Cole Swensen, Denise Duhamel, Stanley Plumly, and Laurie Sheck, fiction by Mary Swan and Karen Bender, with drawings by Edward Hopper.
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Fiction

Gore Vidal "Clouds and Eclipses"
Karen E. Bender "Theft"
Mary Swan "Long Exposure"

Essay

Barbara Sjoholm "Lapponia"
David B. Boyce "Hans Hofmann's Transitional Ink Drawings"
Dennis Altman "Gore Vidal: Critic and Celebrity"
Erica Funkhouser "Singing in Dark Times"
Leland de la Durantaye "On Cynicism. Dogs, Hair, Elfriede Jelinek and the Nobel Prize"
Matthew Battles "Occasioned by Fire"

Poetry

Iain Britton "The Stuff of Stars"
Jean Esteve "Off Key" and "Sad Mountain"
Katia Kapovich "The Ferry," "To Catch a Hedgehog," and "The Brawl"
Kevin Hart "My Name," "Snow," and "Reading St. Gregory of Nyssa"
Kurt Brown "Counting the Faces"
Laurie Sheck "Eight Poems"
Martha Andrews Donovan "The Eight Thousand Facets of Her Faith"
Maureen McLane "We Had Heard of the Massacres"
Nadia Nurhussein "French-English"
Peter Grieco "Two Suns"
Sam Witt "The Black Square" and "The Sunrise Engine"
Stanley Plumly "Old Debt"
Tung-Hui Hu "Instructions Received by New Colony"
Anatoly Naiman, Margo Shohl Rosen "Untitled"
Chris Agee "from Heartscapes"
Cole Swensen "The Ghost of Much Later," "Marie de Medici and The Jardin de Luxembourg," and "Charles Lebrun (1619-90)"
Corinne Wohlford Taff "Infertility" and "The Photograph He Didn't Take"
Denise Duhamel "Thanksgiving" and "Stalking Tips"
Frederick Farryl Goodwin "Ophelia" and "Cannibal Rector"
G. C. Waldrep "Jeanette Cemetery"