THE READING ROOM/4, a literary journal in book form features fiction, essays, poetry art. In this special International issue there is fiction from Europe, Cuba, Kenya and new American voices. Scientist Gerald Holton on terrorism, Joseph Roth, Barbara Probst Solomon on Marcel Duchamp's secret obsessions, new art by Larry Rivers, a section of Juan Goytisolo's new novel on Bosnia.
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Joseph Roth Strawberries
Juan Goytisolo Vision of Winter
Mark Axel rod April in Paris Not or A Rainy
Erik Raschke Glasnost
Barbara Probst Solomon Marcel Duchamp
Don Maggin Lew Jenkins Fists Were Swift
Julie R Obaso Awakening
Gerald Holton Reflections on Modern Terrorism
Clifford Thompson How I Became Black
Stuart Schneiderman That Night at Elaines
William Anthony Satires of Nudes of Balthus Hockney
Burton Melnick Nor All Your Impiety Nor Wit
J Schwartzman Where Is Massimo Vitello?
Anthony Schneider An Uninhabited Place
Howie Kahn Shapes poem
Murzban Fali Shroff The Ushers Tale
Michele Arango Sopa
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