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What happened on August 23, 1998

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  • Our Past, By Anne Waldman

  • Strange Fruit BENJAMIN SCHWARZ, Benjamin Schwarz is a contributing writer to Book Review and a contributing editor to the Atlantic Monthly

  • To the Editor:

  • Saint Jack HERBERT GOLD, Herbert Gold is the author of many books, including "She Took My Arm As If She Loved Me" and "Bohemia," a study of the bohemian life

  • The Compulsion of Art RICHARD EDER

  • The Dialectic of Devotion HELLER MCALPIN, Heller McAlpin is a novelist and critic. She is working on a family memoir, "Life in the Compound."

  • In Summer, By Denise Levertov

  • Reading L.a.

  • The Spinning of America DEBRA GOLDMAN, Debra Goldman writes a column on advertising and culture for Adweek magazine

  • Society of the Spectacle BARRY GLASSNER, Barry Glassner is the author of several books, including, most recently, "Career Crash: The Crisis and Who Survives" and a forthcoming book on fear in American society. He is a professor of sociology at USC

  • One Point Three JOYCE JOHNSON, Joyce Johnson is the author of the Beat memoir "Minor Characters," which won a 1983 National Book Critics Circle award. Her other books include "In the Night Cafe" and "What Lisa Knew."

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