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June 1975

An interview with Susan Sontag, Julia Child on American cooking, a poem by Adrienne Rich. Plus other poetry and reviews.

The Importance of Being Colette
Frederic J. Shepler

The Dream Habitués
Josephine Jacobsen

Ingmar Bergman and His Audiences
Carol Clover

A Season in Venice
Robert Taylor

End/Beginning
Adrienne Rich

An Interview with Geoffrey Movius
Susan Sontag

Katherine Porter, Painter
Nan Arghyros

Gertrude Stein and the Rhythms of Life
Joel Porte

Herbert von Karajan and the Berlin Philharmoniker
David St. George

Gallery Reviews
Nan Arghyros

Photography Reviews
Ann Parson

White Tailed Capuchin Monkey in a Moncton Woolworth’s
G. Ellenbogen

The Fiction Collective Novels
Fanny Howe

Lilies that Fester Smell Far Worse Than Weeds
Luis Ellicott Yglesias

Mirrors and Memories
Anne Williams

This Man’s Scope and That Man’s Art
Jerrold Hickey

American Cooking
Julia Child

Rope Trick
Albert Goldbarth

Lunch with Jan Morris
H. Bibesco

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