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Issue 89

Graffiti and performance artist Mohammed Ali, a.k.a. Aerosol Arabic, and installation art by Linnéa Spransy, whose work mirrors the interplay between pattern and chaos in the natural world. New poems and interview with former US poet laureate Charles Wright. Poems by Marilyn Nelson, Karen An-Hwei Lee, and Víctor Rodríguez Núñez. Fiction in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. M. Lynx Qualey reflects on fiction from contemporary Egypt and what it reveals about power. Kathleen Housley explores Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s obsession with a thousand-page nineteenth-century novel about a medieval knight.

Some Questions about Politics and the Imagination


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Walking the Dog Last Night


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Fool Plow


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Pecos Bill


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Mystery at Work: Three Novels in Review


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One Morning


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Plowboy’s Bible


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Eulogy


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Web Exclusive: A Conversation with Mohammed Ali (a.k.a. Aerosol Arabic)


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Walking to Emmaus


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Exile with Fox


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The Madman’s Prayer


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In Our First House of Marriage


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Advent


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Credo


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Nostalgia for the Doughnut Shop


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Scale


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In the House of God


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Landscape with No Variations


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The Mosque Outside the Mosque: Aerosol Arabic and the One Experience


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The Clearing


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Pray That the Creek Don’t Dry Up


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System and Chaos: The Art of Linnéa Spransy


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Christ in São Paulo


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“Remember Me as One Who Woke Up”


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A Conversation with Charles Wright


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Meeting-House Fire


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On Lectio Divina, Counterclockwise


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Daring to Do the Good: The Knight and the Theologian


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Uncomfortable Things


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Meditation on Soteriology


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Radiant Power: Authority and Violence in New Egyptian Fiction


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Camp Meeting


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Labyrinth, Chartres


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Perfume Poured Out


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