Harvard Review 13

Harvard Review 13

Harvard Review 13, Fall 1997

Issue 14, Charlie Simic at Large, is a tribute to the esteemed Serbian-American poet. It features poems by Simic and Jorie Graham, as well as essays by William Doreski and Seamus Heaney.

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Essay

Robert Gardner "'Little Unwritten Book' by Charles Simic"
Brian Henry "Choice Ingredients: Review of Simic's Orphan Factory"
Michael Hoffman "Reading Simic in Poor Light"
Fred Marchant "Notes on a Two-line Poem by Simic"
Suzanne Matson "Strange Cities"
David Rivard "Mr. Charlie Goes to Smithville"
Peter Schmidt "Notes on Charles Simic's New White (1997)"
Karen Volkman "The World Doesn't End: Charles Simic's Spectral Geography"
Bruce Weigl "Simic and Whitman at Northwood"
Brian C. F. Avery "A Simic Bibliography"
Seamus Heaney "Shorts for Simic"
Charles Simic "Chronology"
Charles Simic "Notebooks 1996-1997"
Manuel Savidis "From Birth to Boston (and Back)"
Russell Banks "Schooldays"
Tina Barr "The Poet as Trickster Figure, Charles Simic's Pack of Cards"
Victor Contoski "The Undramatic Theater of Charles Simic"
William Corbett "We'll Talk"
Ellen Davis "Metaphysician at Large"
Chard deNiord "He Who Remembers His Shoes, Charles Simic"
William Doreski "Dusty Storefronts, Rooms Far Back in Time"

Poetry

Charles Simic "And What Would Groucho Marx Do With His Cigar?"
Jorie Graham "Eve"
Charles Simic "Deep Pond"
Charles Simic "White"
Charles Simic "Little Unwritten Book"
Charles Simic "Medieval Miniature"
Charles Simic "On the Lack of Respect for the Ceiling"

Art

K.E. Duffin "The Voyeur and the Prisoner: Simic's Windows"
Dmitiri Mitropoulos "Drawing"

Book Review

Nan Cuba AMERICAN OWNED LOVE by Robert Boswell
Stratis Haviaras AT LARGE by Charles Simic
Brian Bouldrey BELIEVERS, A NOVELLA AND STORIES by Charles Baxter
Brian Bouldrey BURNING DOWN THE HOUSE, ESSAYS ON FICTION by Charles Baxter
Stratis Haviaras CAMEL OF DARKNESS; SELECTED POEMS by Yianns Patilis
William Doreski CANAAN by Geoffrey Hill
Briggs Seekins FLOWER AND HAND by W.S. Merwin
David Blair FURTHERING MY EDUCATION by William Corbett
William Doreski GLARE by A.R. Ammons
John S. Barrett IN THE SHADOW OF PRAGUE by Olly Komenda-Soentgerath
Tony Hoagland LASSOS OF HOPELESSNESS: RESURRECTION UPDATE, COLLECTED POEMS 1975-1997 by James Galvin
Shelli Jankowski-Smith NATAL COMMAND by Peter Sacks
Joan Mark NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORY: A CHRONOLOGY OF CULTURE'S VAST ACHIEVEMENT AND THEIR LINKS TO WORLD EVENTS by Judith Nies
Helen Fremont PELTSE AND PENAMERON by Volodymyr Dibrova
Zack Rogow PEREIRA DECLARES: A TESTIMONY by Antonio Tabucchi
Adam Kirsch QUALITY TIME by Dennis O'Driscoll
K.E. Duffin ROBERT FROST AND THE CHALLENGE OF DARWIN by Robert Faggen
Thomas McNeely SOMETHING BORROWED by Alexandra Baxter
Larissa Glasser THE CHURCH OF DEAD GIRLS by Stephen Dobyns
Graham Christian THE ERRANCY: POEMS by Jorie Graham
Genevieve Abravanel THE HOUR BETWEEN DOG AND WOLF by Laura-Anne Bosselaar
Marcia Deihl THE HUNGER MOON by Suzanne Matson
Kevin Gallagher THE WOMEN CARRY RIVER WATER by Nguyen Quand Thieu
Graham Christian THREE WORLDS: NEW UKRAINIAN WRITING by Ed Hogan
William Doreski TODAY IN THE CAFE TRIESTE by Richard Tillinghast
Briggs Seekins UNDERSTANDING W.S. MERWIN by H.L. Hix
Graham Christian UNOPENED LETTERS by Linda Zisquit
Ellen Davis WRITING BETWEEN THE LINES: AN ANTHOLOGY ON WAR AND ITS SOCIAL CONSEQUENCES by Kevin Bowen and Bruce Weigl