New Letters magazine

Volume 34 No. 4 (summer, 1968)

  • Essays & Articles

  • 267 /

    T. S. Eliot, Ragtime, and the Blues

    , W. E. Yeomans
  • 283 /

    Isabel Archer's Identity Crisis

    , Victor H. Strandberg
  • 295 /

    Flannery O'Connor's Study of Innocence and Evil

    , Abigail Ann Hamblen
  • 303 /

    Pudd'nhead Wilson: A Tale of Blood and Brotherhood

    , John Freimarck
  • 313 /

    Apocalyptic Mexico

    , Richard L. Michener
  • Fiction

  • 243 /

    The Woman Who Disappeared

    , Joyce Carol Oates
  • 258 /

    The Chimney

    , Zena Collier
  • 276 /

    The Student

    , Myron Taube
  • 291 /

    The End of the Holiday

    , Norma Klein
  • 298 /

    The Policelady on the Corner

    , Natalie Kirstein
  • 307 / Lights, Rosemary Silverman
  • Poetry

  • 242 /

    A Lad from Lagharne

    , Donald J. Paquette
  • 257 / Ringhold, Sam Bradley
  • 266 / Turning and Turning in the Sun, David Francis
  • 275 / Utrillo, Lisa Grenelle
  • 290 / Civilization, Roy Chang
  • 294 / James Baldwin, Florence Ungar
  • 302 /

    The Time Spirit

    , Paul B. Newman
  • 306 /

    The Night Is Like a Cyclist

    , Donald G. Finch
  • 311 / Clans Gather in Caledo Park, Lawrence Spingarn
  • 312 / Icy Harvest, Celeste T. Wright
  • 316 / Fissure, Joyce Odam
  • 317 / Atlas Choosing, Lillie D. Chaffin
  • 317 /

    The Love Song of a Slum Dweller

    , Andrew Neiderman
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