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  • Discoveries SUSAN SALTER REYNOLDS

  • To Himself By Giacomo Leopardi

  • Homestretch NAOMI GLAUBERMAN, Naomi Glauberman is an essayist and short story writer

  • Inthebeginningtheword TOM ENGELHARDT, Tom Engelhardt is the author of "The End of Victory Culture" and is consulting editor at Metropolitan Books

  • Correspondence

  • Blood Sport PAUL FUSSELL, Paul Fussell is the author of "Wartime: Understanding and Behavior in the Second World War." His most recent book is a memoir, "Doing Battle: The Making of a Skeptic."

  • In God's Embrace GERALD HOLTON, Gerald Holton is professor of physics and professor of history of science at Harvard University. Among his books are "Thematic Origins of Scientific Thought: Kepler to Einstein," "The Advancement of Science" and "Scientific Imagination."

  • Missing in Action JONATHAN LEVI, Jonathan Levi is a contributing writer to Book Review

  • Unleashed THOMAS CURWEN, Thomas Curwen is the deputy editor of Book Review

  • First Fiction MARK ROZZO, Mark Rozzo is a contributing writer to Book Review

  • Hawkbells By James Baker Hall

  • Chorus of the Dead By Giacomo Leopardi

  • The Big Muddy GEORGE C. HERRING, George C. Herring is a professor of history at University of Kentucky and the author of "America's Longest War: The United States and Vietnam, 1950-1975."

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