Conjunctions: Paper Airplane
Bard College, Jun 2, 2001 - Fiction - 400 pages
CONJUNCTION's 30th issue features an exciting and eclectic array of today's best writers. This festive issue features a stellar group of novelists, poets, short story writers, playwrights, and artists, brought together under the banner, PAPER AIRPLANE--words on paper, language planing through the air from writer to reader, to celebrate the soaring vitality of contemporary letters.
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Franz Kafka From The Trial translated from German
Gunter Grass The Freedom Prize Speech translated from
Jorie Graham Three Poems
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