Vol. 64, No. 1
Collection:
Partisan Review Issues
Date:
Winter 1997
Content Type:
Printed Material
Language:
English
Description:
Includes writings by Czeslaw Milosz, H.J. Kaplan, Millicent Bell, Morris Dickstein, T.S. Eliot, Steven Marcus, and Edith Kurzweil.
Table of Contents:
Contributors
Comment
by William Phillips
by Edith Kurzweil
Articles
"Reflections" by Czeslaw Milosz
"How France Mourned Mitterand" by H.J. Kaplan
"The Future of Disinterest and Foucault's Regime of Truth" by Stephen Miller
"Fiction Chronicle" (6 Reviews) by Millicent Bell
Accordion Crimes, by E. Annie Proulx
We Were the Mulvaneys, by Joyce Carol Oates
Babel Tower, by A.S. Byatt
An Experiment in Love, by Hilary Mantel
Alias Grace, by Margaret Atwood
The Last Thing He Wanted, by Joan Didion
"Revisiting The Banality of Evil" by Paul Hollander
"Literature between Past and Present" by Marc Fumaroli and Philippe Sollers
"At the Galleries" by Karen Wilkin
"We Pragmatists..." by Susan Haack
"New Cinema" (5 Reviews) by Morris Dickstein
Breaking the Waves (1996 Film) by Lars von Trier
Secrets and Lies (1996 Film) by Mike Leigh
Irma Vep (1996 Film) by Olivier Assayas
Underground (1995 Film) by Emir Kusturica
Michael Collins (1996 Film) by Neil Jordan
Fiction
"Mr. Moto Meets the Sphinx"
Poetry
"The Burnt Dancer" "Goldfish (Essence of Summer Magazines)" "Embarquement pour Cynthere" "First Caprice in North Cambridge" "Silence" by T.S. Eliot
"The Shield-Scales of Heraldry" "It Allows a Portrait in Line Scan at Fifteen" (Verse) by Les Murray
"The Goat"; "Words" (Verse) by Umberto Saba
"The True Account of Allama Prabhu" (Verse) by Reetika Vazirani
"Winter Abstract" (Verse) by Karen Volkman
"The Story" (Verse) by Don Share
"home from india" (Verse) by W.R. Elton
"The Lost Boy" (Verse) by Brian Swann
Articles
"Rekindling the Hard Gemlike Flame" by Steven Marcus
Books
"Assault on History" (Review) by Edith Kurzweil
The Killing of History, by Keith Windschuttle
"A Child of Bloomsbury" (Review) by Sonya Rudikoff
Bloomsbury Recalled, by Quentin Bell
"A Polish Iconoclast" (Review) by Susan Miron
Aleksander Wat, by Tomas Venclova
Statement of Ownership
Associated Personal Entities:
Assayas, Olivier
Atwood, Margaret, 1939-
Bell, Millicent
Bell, Quentin
Berthot, Jake, 1939-
Byatt, A. S. (Antonia Susan), 1936-
Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882
Dickstein, Morris
Didion, Joan
Eliot, T. S. (Thomas Stearns), 1888-1965
Elton, William R., 1921-2000
Fonseca, Caio, 1959-
Foucault, Michel, 1926-1984
Fumaroli, Marc
Goring, Hermann, 1893-1946
Grossman, Nancy
Haack, Susan
Hitler, Adolf, 1889-1945
Hollander, Paul
Jordan, Neil, 1950-
Kaplan, Harold, J., 1918-
Kurzweil, Edith
Kurzweil, Edith
Kusturica, Emir
Lawrence, Jacob, 1917-2000
Leigh, Mike, 1943-
Mantel, Hilary, 1952-
Marcus, Steven
Matisse, Henri, 1869-1954
Miller, Stephen
Milosz, Czeslaw
Milosz, Czeslaw
Miron, Susan
Murray, Les
Nickson, Graham, 1946-
O'Brien, Conor Cruise, 1917-2008
Oates, Joyce Carol, 1938-
Pater, Walter, 1839-1894
Phillips, William
Proulx, Annie
Rudikoff, Sonya, 1927-
Saba, Umberto, 1883-1957
Share, Don, 1957-
Sollers, Philippe, 1936-
Swann, Brian
Trier, Lars von, 1956-
Vazirani, Reetika
Venclova, Tomas, 1937-
Volkman, Karen
Wat, Aleksander
Wilkin, Karen, 1940-
Windschuttle, Keith, 1942-
Associated Subjects:
Catholic Church--Political activity.
Dissenters--France.
France – History – 20th century
Historical fiction
KGB
Literary criticism
New York Film Festival (New York, N.Y.)
Political violence
Keywords:
Partisan Review Issues
1997