Chicago Review

An international journal of literature, interviews, and reviews. For academic audiences.

Articles from Vol. 47, No. 2, Summer

Brozilian Poetry
We turn to Brazilian poetry for many reasons now--beyond the simple sparking of our attention that the recent Nothing the Sun Could Not Explain (Sun & Moon, 1997) occasioned--each reason expressive of a latent desire, or expectation, or wish from...
Poetry and Science
Such is Nature-description as referring to a class, an action, a quality, and an individual substance. It is this very [descriptionl that rules supreme in scientific treatises; and in poetry too the same [type of description] is required. -Kavyadarsa...
Report on Vilenica
Last September, 150 writers, translators, critics, editors, and of course, publishers, descended on Lipica, Slovenia (home of the Lippizaner horses and the anatomically correct horse sculptures) for the the 15th annual Vilenica International Writers'...