New Letters magazine

Volume 34 No. 2 (winter, 1967)

  • Essays & Articles

  • 95 /

    Narrative Irony in Henry James's The Real Thing

    , David Toor
  • 107 /

    Rugby Chapel: Arnold as Filial Poet

    , Wendell S. Johnson
  • 121 /

    Is King David a Racist?

    , William G. Clark
  • 133 /

    Temptations

    , Lawrence J. Nieman
  • 145 /

    On Studying Chinese

    , Don Murray
  • 154 /

    Willa Cather's The Professor's House

    , Lavon Mattes Jobes
  • Fiction

  • 83 /

    The Muskie

    , Daniel J. Schneider
  • 101 / Artie, Mabel Hicks
  • 114 /

    The President of the Family

    , David Goldknopf
  • 127 / Rusty, Helen Weber
  • 140 /

    The Last Day

    , Ruth Berges
  • 149 / Parisian Episode, Joanne Zimmerman
  • Poetry

  • 82 / Guggenheim Mobiles, Ruth B. Fox
  • 100 / Occasional Groves, Ernest Kroll
  • 106 / Transfer of Energy, Martha M. Zweig
  • 113 / Omnivorous, Norman Nathan
  • 120 /

    The Enchanted

    , Frances H. Savage
  • 126 / Celestial Gravitation, Frances H. Savage
  • 139 /

    A Friend, Having Turned Aside

    , Vera Lachmann
  • 147 / Dreaming Joy, Vera Lachmann
  • 148 / To Earth, Her Mother, Sings to My Mother, Dorothy L. Richardson
  • 148 / Philemon to Baucis, Robert Sargent
  • 152 / Man's Power on Nature, Dominick Browne
  • 153 / Lines for the First Day, Edsel Ford
  • 153 / Socrates' Famous Wife, Robert Hollander
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