Popular Contemporary Writers - Vol. 6

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INDEX
Page numbers in boldface type indicate article titles. Page numbers in italic type indicate illustrations.
Abeyta, Narciso, 795
Albany Cycle (Kennedy), 831, 836–37, 839
Albany Public Market, 838
All Creatures Great and Small (film), 757, 759
All Creatures Great and Small (Herriot), 757, 758, 760, 762–63
All Creatures Great and Small (television series), 755, 757, 759, 760
All Things Bright and Beautiful (Herriot), 757, 758, 763
All Things Wise and Wonderful (Herriot), 757, 758, 763–64
Anderson, Colin, 735
Arabian Café (painting), 785
Attar, Suae! al-, 861
Bachman, Richard (King pseud.), 849, 857, 858
Bag of Bones (King), 857, 861
Bake, William Α., 746
Balancing Act, A (painting), 765
Bellow, Saul, 833, 834, 835, 838
Billy Phelan's Greatest Game (Kennedy), 831, 834, 835, 836, 837, 839, 840–42, 843, 845
Black Elk Speaks (Neihardt), 727, 731, 734
Black Tower, The (James), 826, 829
Blessing Way, The (Hillerman), 787, 789, 790–91, 794, 795–96
Blue Highways (Heat-Moon), 725, 727, 728, 729, 730, 731, 733–34, 736, 738
Blunderer, The (Highsmith), 770, 773–74, 781
Böcklin, Arnold, 860
Book of Frank Herbert, The (Herbert), 747
Bradbury, Ray, 807, 858
Calder, Julian, 762
Capote, Truman, 770
Carol (Highsmith), 771, 781
Carrie (film), 849, 850
Carrie (King), 847, 850, 851, 857
Carson, Johnny, 854
Cézanne, Paul, 827
Children of Dune (Herbert), 742, 747, 753
Columbus in the Americas (HeatMoon), 736, 738
Condon, Julia, 809
Cook, Ian, 761
Coppola, Francis Ford, 834, 835, 839
Corbetl, Gary Neil, 784
Cover Her Face Games), 818, 820, 822, 826
Coyote Waits (Hillerman), 789, 794, 798
Cry of the Owl, The (Highsmith), 769, 781, 786
Dance Hall of the Dead (Hillerman), 789, 794
Dark Half The (King), 851, 857
Dark Tower, The (King series), 851, 854, 858, 860–61
Dead Zone, The (King), 851, 857, 858
Death in Holy Orders (James), 826, 829–30
Death of an Expert Witness (James), 820, 826
[Death of Legs Diamond, The] (Kennedy), 845
Devices and Desires (James), 820, 823, 826–28, 829
Different Seasons (King), 851, 857
Dix, Otto, 752
[Dolan's Cadillac] (King), 858
Dolores Claiborne (King), 851, 853, 857, 861
Dostoyevsky, Fyodor, 775
Down the Highway (photograph), 813
Dragon in the Sea, The (Herbert), 742, 747, 752
Drowning Season, The (Hoffman), 803, 804, 808–10
Duchess of Malfi, The (Webster), 822
Duel with Cudgels (painting), 780
Dune (film), 741, 748
Dune (Herbert), 739, 742, 744, 745, 746, 747, 748–52, 753
Dune Chronicles (Herbert), 739, 744, 745, 746, 747, 749, 751
Dune Messiah (Herbert), 742, 747, 752–53
Du vail, Shelley, 856
Every Living Thing (Herriot), 757, 759, 763, 765
Eyeball under Magnifying Glass (photograph), 823
Fahrenheit 451 (Bradbury), 807
Faulkner, William, 838, 858
Felver, Christopher, 835
Firefly Productions, 745
Flaming Corsage, The (Kennedy), 831, 834, 837, 839
Foreword to Fifty Houses (HeatMoon), 736, 738
Fortune's Daughter (Hoffman), 804, 808
Fragile World (image), 745
Frank Herbert's Children of Dune (miniseries), 741, 753
Gass, Patrick, 731
Georgia, Lowell, 737
Gerald's Game (King), 851, 853, 855, 857, 858, 861–62
Girardet, Eugene, 785
Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de, 780
Green Angel (Hoffman), 803, 808
Greene, Graham, 775, 776, 822
Green Mile, The (King), 857, 858
Guerard, Albert, 802, 803–4
Gunslinger; The (King), 851, 857, 860
Heat-Moon, William Least, 725–38
Herbert, Brian, 742, 743, 747
Herbert, Frank, 739–54
Here on Earth (Hoffman), 804, 808
Heretics of Dune (Herbert), 742, 747
Herriot, James, 755–66
Highsmith, Patricia, 767–86
Hillerman, Barney, 794
Hillerman, Tony, 787–800
Hillerman Country (Hillerman and Hillerman), 789, 794
Hitchcock, Alfred, 767, 770, 779–80
Hoffman, Alice, 801–14
Hoppé, Ε. О., 751
Huber, Leon Charles, 765
Hunt for Ceremonial Buckskin (watercolor), 795
Hunting Badger (Hillerman), 794
Ideology (image), 750
If Only They Could Talk (Herriot), 758
Illumination Night (Hoffman), 805, 808
Ink Truck, The (Kennedy), 833, 834, 835, 836, 837, 839
Insomnia (King), 848, 857, 860
Ironweed (Kennedy), 831, 832, 834, 835, 836, 837, 839, 842–44

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