Chronicles Magazine August 1987

  • REVIEWS

    Sense and Sensibility

    It is a rare American poem, this late in the 20th century, that dares to be understood. Jane Greer's slim volume, Bathsheba on the Third Day, is full of such poems, which give this first book a mature heft and solidity.

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    Stargazers

    The political left's deconstruction of "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star" into an ICBM closing on a child's bedroom window is only the most memorable of the assaults on the Strategic Defense Initiative since it was announced by President Ronald...

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