TITLE

Cumberland Poetry, Review (vol. 8, no. 1)

PUB. DATE
January 1989
SOURCE
Sewanee Review;Winter1989, Vol. 97 Issue 1, Preceedings. p1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Literary Criticism
ABSTRACT
The article presents information on various periodicals. The fall issue of the "Cumberland Poetry Review," contains a long conversation with poet Donald Davie that is conducted by Vereen Bell and Laurence Lerner; ten poems by Davie; and an essay on Davie's poetry by Mary Jane Doherty. Lately the "New York Review of Books," has issued, as a bonus to subscribers that marks its twenty-fifth anniversary, a booklet of 108 pages of criticism and poetry from that periodical's first two issues. "Louisiana Literature," for spring 1988 presents Lewis P. Simpson's "The State of Southern Literary Scholarship."
ACCESSION #
15996392

 

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