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VOLUME 33/2

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Fall 2003: Volume 33, No. 2

Poems and Lyric Essays by Jesse Lee Kercheval, Joanna Klink, Wayne Koestenbaum, Dionisio D. Martinez, Alicia Ostriker, Valerie Wohlfeld, and others. Translations from the Chinese and French. Cover Art by Phillia Yi.

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AIME CESAIRE, PAUL CHAMBERLAND ET LE PAYS NATAL

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KANATE DAHOUDA, Professor of French and Francophone studies

Bien des critiques ont noté la présence du phénomène de l’exil dans la littérature des Antilles et dans celle du Québec. Ainsi dans un article consacré à Césaire, Michael Dash relève-t-il que « l’évolution de la poésie antillaise est étroitement liée à l’idée de l’exil ». Cette idée de l’exil, Pierre Nepveu l’identifie, pour sa part, sous la forme d’une métaphore filée dans la conscience littéraire...

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ANDEAN ARCHI-TEXTS: WORDPLAY AND THE SACRED IN THE ANDES

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CLAUDETTE COLUMBUS, Professor Emerita of English

"Andean Archi-texts: Wordplay and the Sacred in the Andes," connects ritual language to landscape through the native, Quechua and Aymara terminology. Edward Sapir's wise injunction assemble "cultural patterns through the terminology of the natives themselves" is key to understanding native American anthropological, archaeological, and religious material, not only ancient practices but also practices that persist in the present." - Claudette Columbus

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FALLING AWAKE

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SHARON WALSH, Short-Term Programs Coordinator, Center for Global Education

Jane has been seeing Dr. Oberman - therapist, guru and love object - hoping he can save her from a past she cannot bear to face. When he gets too close to the truth, she flees, and begins a long-distance road trip through American towns and European capitals. But is the journey real or just a figment of Jane's troubled psyche? Jane conveys the details of her life using fantasy, dream sequences, stream-of-consciousness lists, Polaroid snapshots, excerpts of her therapy sessions and sometimes even outright lies. As she travels, Jane muses on martyred saints, Freudian theory, Renaissance art and lost love. Falling Awake is a story about the messiness of life, the strength we attribute to particular events and the way one woman struggles to overcome the forces of her "fate". It chronicles the damage human beings do to one another, both deliberately and unwittingly, but is ultimately about redemption and the power that we all possess to save ourselves.

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GAY RIGHTS MILITARY WRONGS

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CRAIG RIMMERMAN (Editor), Professor of Public Policy and Political Science

"Gay Rights, Military Wrongs: Political Perspectives on Lesbians and Gays in the Military" is edited by Craig Rimmerman and features a preface by Margarethe Cammermeyer. This is a collection of articles that explore various facets of the issue of gay people serving in the armed forces.

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HANLAN'S SPIRIT: Training for Flow

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JIMMY JOY, Former Crew Coach for Hobart and William Smith Colleges Crew Teams

Hanlan's Spirit discusses not only the success of Canadian sculler Ned Hanlan, but describes a method for applying his lessons of mindfulness and observance to the modern coach and athlete.

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IN TERRORS WAKE

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Peter R. Beckman, Emeritus Professor of Political Science Ph.D.

Al-Qaeda's terror attacks on New York and Washington became a living image for many Americans far beyond those deadly strikes. The shock waves quickly reached the placid campus of Tennyson College in upstate New York. Sameen Dehdashty, an Iranian by birth, comes to see herself as a target for revenge and turns to her faculty advisor for help. Professor Henry Carey and his wife Gerri are caught up in a troubling new world as they offer shelter to Sameen. The Careys now find themselves beset by anxious and demanding parents, by neighbors who believe that the President has personally charged them with uncovering terrorist cells in the United States, and by males with romantic interests in Sameen, including Sameen's fiance and the Carey's own son Michael, who, in the aftermath of 9/11, awaits deployment orders with the 10th Mountain Division. Henry Carey's efforts to provide a safe haven for Sameen become entangled with the interests of the Central Intelligence Agency, and when death becomes part of Henry Carey's world, Detective Nicholas DiBartolo comes knocking, for the professor or members of his family seem to be intimately involved.

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METAPHORIC PROCESS

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METAPHORIC PROCESS: The Creation of Scientific and Religious Understanding

MARY GERHART, Professor Emerita of Religious Studies

I strongly recommend this book, as much for its audacity as for its intellectual honesty. Here we have a professor of physics and a professor of religious studies who have dared to venture beyond the safe shores of language and to push an epistemological inquiry beyond itself and into the very heart of ontology. But they earn the right to this audacity by the frankness of their questions, the didactic force if their remarkably well chosen examples, and the rigor of the advance of meditation leading from the parallel between science and religion to their exchange. this book thus reveals itself to be an excellent illustration of its central theme: knowledge in process. Paul Ricoeur

**Books on hand show shelf wear and some creases.

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OF MOUNTAINS SUNSETS AND MURDER

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PETER R. BECKMAN, Emeritus Professor of Political Science Ph.D.

After nine months of teaching political science at Tennyson College, Henry Carey has looked forward to spending two months on Rock Bass Lake in the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York. Time to go fishing with Henry and Gerri's grandson Darren, time to hike the soft paths that weave through the low mountains, time to enjoy the quiet sounds of the night and the Milky Way strewn across the night sky. Beneath its surface, however, Rock Bass Lake carries strong undercurrents of anger and resentment between father and son, between newcomers to the lake and the old-timers. Perennial issues issues like property rights now collide with newer debates about abortion and where America might be headed as a nation. And murder has pushed its way into the quiet of the forest. Henry Carey is bedeviled by the urge to solve the mysteries that intrude on his life. To understand so that he may keep danger away from his family and away from his sense of serenity in the mountains. The local police and the New York State Troopers have a problem with the likes of Henry Carey. He is a poacher on their turf. His actions might jeopardize any case they might bring before the courts. And some of his neighbors might judge him to be a meddler, jeopardizing their interests and comforts. It promises to be a stormy two months in the mountains. This is the second Henry Carey mystery.

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The Imperfect Round: Helen Gill Viljoen's Life of Ruskin

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JAMES SPATES, Professor of Anthropology and Sociology

"In 'The Imperfect Round,' Jim Spates both recovers for twenty-first century students of Ruskin the remarkable biographic work of Helen Viljoen at a critical point in Ruskin scholarship, he provides as well astute insights into her life as a dedicated scholar. This is an invaluable contribution to Ruskin studies."

Kristine Ottesen Garrigan, Professor of English, DePaul University; author of "Ruskin on Architecture"

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