New Letters magazine

Volume 37 No. 2 (winter, 1970)

  • Essays & Articles

  • 85 /

    Notes on Sijo Verse, article co-written with Kim Che-hyon

    , Richard Rutt
  • 92 /

    A Japanese View of Humor in Modern Society

    , George Saito
  • 94 /

    Adam and Eve as Bunraku

    , Michelle Press
  • 110 /

    Not a Lately Song

    , Lorraine D. Koranda
  • 116 /

    The Native Land Speaks

    , Phillip Guy
  • 119 /

    . . . In the Beginning

    , Roger Silook
  • 153 /

    Companion Prose Idylls from Arrow of God

    , Chinua Achebe
  • 157 /

    Power in Achebe's Arrow of God

    , James A. Spence
  • 159 /

    A Frail Multiform Unity: Wilson Harris's Palace of the Peacock

    , Sue Rose Harter
  • 160 /

    Portrait of the Artist as Vivisector: Patrick White's New Novel

    , Thomas L. Warren
  • Fiction

  • 87 /

    The Chrysanthemum,  translated by Chin In-sook

    , Lee Chang-bae
  • 109 /

    The Whaler's Moon

    , Howard Weyahok
  • Poetry

  • 82 /

    the blue mountains utter no word, translated by Richard Rutt

    , Anonymous
  • 83 /

    Caricature: 3, translated by Kim Che-hyon

    , Yi Pyong-gi
  • 84 /

    I lie beneath the thatched roof, translated by Richard Rutt

    , Anonymous
  • 84 /

    Listening to the brook last night, translated by Richard Rutt

    , Anonymous
  • 84 /

    Though this frame should die and die, translated by Richard Rutt

    , Chong Mong-ju
  • 84 /

    When this frame is dead and gone, translated by Richard Rutt

    , Song Sam-mun
  • 88 /

    Forbearance is the house site, translated by Richard Rutt

    , Anonymous
  • 89 /

    Quince, translated by Nakano Michio and James Kirkup

    , Takagi Kyozo
  • 90 /

    Perceptional Noise, translated by A.M. Janeira

    , Hiroshi Sekine
  • 91 /

    A Man Who Sees a Vision, translated by A.M. Janeira

    , Ryuichi Tamura
  • 106 /

    The Stranger's Sky, translated by A.M. Janeira

    , Koichi Ijima
  • 107 / We Sprang from Salt Water, Sandra Johnson
  • 108 /

    The Song of the Seal

    , Jimmy Killigvuk
  • 115 / Children of Nunamiut, Tukto
  • 115 / This is My Land, Clarence Pickernall
  • 117 / My Native Land, The Beautiful, John Angaiak
  • 145 / Anna, Christopher Okigbo
  • 145 /

    The Passage

    , Christopher Okigbo
  • 145 / Idoto, Christopher Okigbo
  • 145 /

    The Passage

    , Christopher Okigbo
  • 147 / Bright, Christopher Okigbo
  • 147 / Watermaid, Christopher Okigbo
  • 149 / Anna, Chistopher Okigbo
  • 149 / Lustra, Christopher Okigbo
  • 149 /

    The Newcomer

    , Christopher Okigbo
  • 151 / Transition, Christopher Okigbo
  • 152 /

    Song to the Rain, translation of a folk song

    , Godwin Nwoye Iloka
  • 152 /

    Song to the New Moon, translation of a folk song

    , Godwin Nwoye Iloka
  • Artwork

  • 118 /

    Alaskan Indian, illustration

    , Robert Mayokok
  • 120 /

    Two Alaskan men, illustration

    , Robert Mayokok
  • 120 /

    In the Beginning, illustration

    , Robert Mayokok
  • 122 /

    Tribe, illustration

    , Robert Mayokok
  • 124 /

    Men with knives, illustration

    , Robert Mayokok
  • 126 /

    Animals on the mountaintop, illustration

    , Robert Mayokok
  • 128 /

    Man on bear-back, illustration

    , Robert Mayokok
  • 130 /

    Man building shelter, illustration

    , Robert Mayokok
  • 132 /

    Spider's web, illustration

    , Robert Mayokok
  • 134 /

    Man fishing with nets, illustration

    , Robert Mayokok
  • 136 /

    Man killing seals, illustration

    , Robert Mayokok
  • 138 /

    Women preparing meat, illustration

    , Robert Mayokok
  • 140 /

    Man in village, illustration

    , Robert Mayokok
  • 142 /

    Villagers, illustration

    , Robert Mayokok
  • 144 /

    Figure with arms upraised, illustration

    , Demas Nwoko
  • 146 /

    Woman with face paint, illustration

    , Demas Nwoko
  • 148 /

    Kneeling figure, illustration

    , Demas Nwoko
  • 150 /

    Abstract figures, illustration

    , Demas Nwoko
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