New Letters magazine

Volume 36 No. 2 (winter, 1969)

  • Essays & Articles

  • 89 /

    On Jaques: Psychological Remarks

    , M. D. Faber
  • 101 /

    Flannery O'Connor: Trouble with Being a Prophet

    , William L. Nance
  • 109 /

    Images of Vision in Native Son

    , James Nagel
  • 135 /

    Deification and Myth-Making: Julius Caesar

    , R. E. Spakowski
  • 141 /

    Four Young Men: Romeo and Juliet

    , Robert Carl Johnson
  • 149 /

    Malamud's The Lady of the Lake

    , John S. Hill
  • 151 /

    Confidence: The Surprising Shadow of Genius

    , Abigail Hamblen
  • 155 /

    The Balconies of Henry Miller

    , Paul R. Jackson
  • Fiction

  • 83 /

    The Dog

    , Frank M. See
  • 97 /

    The Mozart Express

    , William Sallar
  • 116 /

    The Promise

    , Norman Nathan
  • 123 /

    The Perfect Lover

    , Myron Taube
  • Poetry

  • 82 / Lullaby at Noon, Joyce Odam
  • 88 / In the Kei Islands, Marcella Taylor
  • 96 / Darkness of Trees, D. M. Pettinella
  • 100 / These Ships, These Airplanes Later, Helen Sorrells
  • 108 / Lost River, Mildred Cousens
  • 115 / Automatic Elevator, Emilie Glen
  • 122 / Autumn Walk, James McGowan
  • 134 / Lady at the Harpsichord, Aaron Kastin
  • 140 / Noted, Thomas Fitzsimmons
  • 147 / Desert Pattern, Ernest Kroll
  • 148 / Snow Stampede, Wilhelmina Laird Schoener
  • 148 / December Saturday, John Taylor
  • 154 / Discipline, Lillie D. Chaffin
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