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  • “An Introduction to the Open Air”
    by Bruce Agte
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  • “Whitman’s Eagles”
    by Harold Aspiz
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  • “Black Sun/Pure Light”
    by Roger Dunsmore
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  • “Peaceable Kingdom or Global Nemesis”
    by Michael W. Fox
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  • “Whitman and Thoreau and the Industrial Revolution”
    by Jeff Poniewaz
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  • “Heartbeat: Within the Visionary Tradition”
    by Norma Wilson
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  • “An Artist’s Testament”
    by Auguste Rodin
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[/x_tab][x_tab active=”false”]Lithographs
By Paul Peich

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Mickle Street Review is sponsored and published by the Department of English at the Camden campus of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.

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GENERAL EDITOR
Geoffrey M. Sill

ISSUE EDITOR
Jean E. Pearson

CONTRIBUTING EDITORS
Donald Kummings
Frank McQuilkin
Eric Nelson

ART EDITOR
John Giannotti

DISTRIBUTION
Ellen Shiplee

WALT WHITMAN FELLOW, 1984-85
Julie Horn

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Witness” is reprinted from Long Island Light: Poems and a Memoir by William Heyen by permission of the publisher, Vanguard Press, Inc. Copyright © 1979 by William Heyen.

A Ramage for Waking the Hermit” by Robert Bly first appeared in Parabola and is reprinted by permission of the author.

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