: Fall 2017 :

Challenging Transitions
Vol.: 
75
No.: 
4

Editorial

Robert S. Fogarty,  “The Brooklyn Bridge and Other Transitions”
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Essays

Maureen McCoy, Bats: Teen Workers
Gorman Beauchamp, Open Casket and Cultural Appropriation
Norman Thomas di Giovanni, The Making of Borges’s Translator
Jeffrey Meyers, Tormented Victorians
Stuart Friebet, Lost in Translation
Kim Ottavi, Louis-Ferdinand Celine’s American Journey
Anne Pierson Wiese, Going to Ground
Frederic Will, Three Midlife Friendships
Kenneth King, Radio Mind

Fiction

Ariel Dorfman, Finding Julio Gamboa
Gary Gildner, If You Need Anything
Kathleen Ford, Gondwanaland

Poetry

Fiona Sze-Lorrain,Has It Been Eight Months
Fiona Sze-Lorrain, What I Saw When I Looked Out The Window of a Clairvoyant House
Fiona Sze-Lorrain,Preface to a Cloud Chronicle
Mary Leader, from The Conucopia of Arcadia
Richard Kenney, Chiaroscuro
Roger Sauls, Entrance and Exit
Jeffrey Herrick, Grave Waves

Et Cetera

Fiona Sze-Lorrain, Poetry Today: “”Hand Notes on Translation”
Book Reviews
Contributors
Index to Volume 75
Friends of The Antioch Review

Cover 

David Battle; Caroll Spinney

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Robert S. Fogarty,  “The Brooklyn Bridge and Other Transitions”
Read the editorial.

Essays

Maureen McCoy, Bats: Teen Workers
Gorman Beauchamp, Open Casket and Cultural Appropriation
Norman Thomas di Giovanni, The Making of Borges’s Translator
Jeffrey Meyers, Tormented Victorians
Stuart Friebet, Lost in Translation
Kim Ottavi, Louis-Ferdinand Celine’s American Journey
Anne Pierson Wiese, Going to Ground
Frederic Will, Three Midlife Friendships
Kenneth King, Radio Mind

Fiction

Ariel Dorfman, Finding Julio Gamboa
Gary Gildner, If You Need Anything
Kathleen Ford, Gondwanaland

Poetry

Fiona Sze-Lorrain,Has It Been Eight Months
Fiona Sze-Lorrain, What I Saw When I Looked Out The Window of a Clairvoyant House
Fiona Sze-Lorrain,Preface to a Cloud Chronicle
Mary Leader, from The Conucopia of Arcadia
Richard Kenney, Chiaroscuro
Roger Sauls, Entrance and Exit
Jeffrey Herrick, Grave Waves

Et Cetera

Fiona Sze-Lorrain, Poetry Today: “”Hand Notes on Translation”
Book Reviews
Contributors
Index to Volume 75
Friends of The Antioch Review

Cover 

David Battle; Caroll Spinney

____________________________________________________

Publishing the BEST words in the BEST order for over 75 years!

See the Table of Contents for the 75th Anniversary Part 1 issue or the 75th Anniversary Part 2 issue. 

> Buy both issues at special pricing.

____________________________________________________

Find the perfect gift for family and friends!

Browse our archiveThe Antioch Review is also a great gift for the selective reader as well as the budding professional

____________________________________________________

Join the Friends of the Antioch Review

Support the ReviewChecks should be madepayable to the Antioch Review and send it to: The Antioch Review, P. O. Box 148, Yellow Springs, OH 45387Consider a gift to our endowment or the Antioch Review in your estate planning. Donations are tax-deductible.

:  Give an amount that fits your budget  :
  :  Give $100  :  :  Give $250  : 
 :  Give $500  :  :  Give $1000  :

The Antioch Review is an asset of Antioch College and is supported in part by a grant from the Ohio Arts Council, which receives support from the State of Ohio and the National Endowment for the Arts.