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From:New England Review (Vol. 43, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedStrange to say, the newest and most advanced doctrines appeared regularly, under a very thin and transparent veil, in the St. Petersburg daily press, and especially in the thick monthly magazines, which were as big as,...
From:New England Review (Vol. 43, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedI'm plant-sitting at the apartment of a friend who left town right before lockdown, in the spring of 2020. I was meant to stay two weeks, but when the pandemic dragged on and my friend did not return, I sublet the place...
From:New England Review (Vol. 43, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedThe first time I wore a mask I was extremely self-conscious. It was a makeshift bandana-hair tie contraption and it kept slipping down my face. I wanted to smile at everyone and say, It's not that I don't trust you or...
From:New England Review (Vol. 43, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedThe grave on which I'm lying is overstretched by the wide-spread canopy of a Japanese dogwood tree. Its fruits, which look like large, spiked cherries, lie half-squashed and rotting all around me. Nearby are a small...
From:New England Review (Vol. 43, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedI have been recording essays and stories, read aloud, for a childhood friend whose brain is being radiated daily. These stories--their words and sentences, so dazzlingly crafted and movingly arranged on the page--seem...
From:New England Review (Vol. 43, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedJUST S aturday morning, snow falling soft and white and everywhere. I should be out skiing, building a snowman, relishing this dynamic spring weather, this fleeting absurd life, this body, this earth, while it lasts....
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