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Adams, Hazard. Home. SUNY Press, 2001. $20.50. (F)

Alai. Red Poppies. Trans. Howard Goldblatt and Sylvia Li-chun Lin. Houghton Mifflin, 2001. $24.00. (F)

Albahari, David. Bait. Northwestern Univ. Press, 2001. Paper: $14.95. (F)

Albues, Tereza. Pedra Canga. Trans. Clifford E. Landers. Green Integer, 2001. Paper: $12.95. (F)

Appel, Allan. Club Revelation. Coffee House, 2001. Paper: $14.95. (F)

Arenas, Reinaldo. The Color of Summer, or, The New Garden of Earthly Delights. Trans. Andrew Hurley. Penguin, 2001. Paper: $15.00. (F)

Arnott, Jake. The Long Firm. Soho Press, 2001. Paper: $14.00. (F)

Barth, John. Coming Soon!!! Houghton Mifflin, 2001. $26.00. (F)

Bens, Jeff W. Albert, Himself Dephinium, 2001. Paper: $13.00. (F)

Bialosky, Jill. Subterranean. Knopf, 2001. $23.00. (P).

Blair, J. H. The Hot Spots: The Best Erotic Writing in Modern Fiction. Berkley, 2001. Paper: $13.00. (F)

Botting, Fred, and Scott Wilson. Bataille. Palgrave, 2001. Paper: $19.95. (F)

Brecht, Bertolt. Stories of Mr. Keuner. Trans. and with an afterword by Martin Chalmers. City Lights, 2001. Paper: $9.95. (F)

Brenner, Wendy. Phone Calls from the Dead. Algonquin Books, 2001. $22.95. (F)

Bryson, Kathleen Kirk. Mush. Diva, 2001. Paper: $13.95. (F)

Buckley, Margaret. The Commune. Chrysalis, 2001. Paper: 6.99. [pounds sterling] (F)

--. A Woman's Man & Family Portrait. Chrysalis, 1993. Paper: 6.99. [pounds sterling] (F)

Burke, Henry, and Dick Crow. The River Jordan: A True Story of the Underground Railroad. Watershed, 2001. Paper: $14.95. (F)

Busch, Frederick. War Babies. New Directions, 2001. Paper: $12.95. (F)

Chaet, Eric. People I Met Hitchhiking on USA Highways. Turnaround Artist Productions, 2001. Paper: $15.00. (NF)

Chametzky, Jules, et al, eds. Jewish American Literature: A Norton Anthology. Norton, 2001. $39.95. (F, NF, P)

Choa, Carolyn, and David Su Li-quen, eds. The Vintage Book of Contemporary Chinese Fiction. Vintage, 2001. Paper: $14.00. (F)

Chaon, Dan. Among the Missing. Ballantine, 2001. $22.00. (F)

Cixous, Helene. Manna: For the Mandelstams for the Mandelas. Trans. and intro. Catherine A. F. MacGillivray. Univ. of Minnesota Press, 2001. Paper: $18.95. (NF)

Cohn, Ruby. A Beckett Canon. Univ. of Michigan Press, 2001. $59.50. (NF)

Cokal, Susann. Mirabilis. Blue Hen/Putnam, 2001.$25.95. (F)

Czuchlewski, David. The Muse Asylum. Putnam, 2001. $23.95. (F)

Damle, Veena. I Am Om. Livingston, 2001. Paper: $12.00. (F)

Dean, Michael W. Starving in the Company of Beautiful Women. Kittyfeet, 2001. Paper: $13.99. (F)

De Krester, Michelle. The Rose Grower. Bantam, 2001. Paper: $12.95. (F)

Diski, Jenny. Only Human: A Divine Comedy. Picador, 2001. $23.00. (F)

Dorrie, Doris. Where Do We Go from Here? Trans. John Brownjohn. Bloomsbury, 2001. $24.95. (F)

Drewe, Robert. The Shark Net. Penguin, 2001. Paper: $14.00. (NF)

Duncan, Pamela. Moon Women. Delacorte, 2001. $23.95. (F)

Ellis, Rhian. After Life. Penguin, 2001. Paper: $13.00. (F)

Federman, Raymond. The Voice in the Closet. Preface by Gerard Bucher. Starcherone, 2001. Paper: $9.00. (F)

Fitzgerald, F. Scott. Before Gatsby: The First Twenty-Six Stories. Ed. Matthew J. Bruccoli with the assitance of Judith S. Baughman. South Carolina Univ. Press, 2001. Paper: $24.95. (F)

Fulk, Mark K. Understanding May Sarton. South Carolina Univ. Press, 2001. $29.95. (NF)

George, Elizabeth. A Traitor to Memory. Bantam, 2001. $26.95. (F)

Gerdes, Eckhard, ed. Belighted Fiction: Journal of Experimental Fiction Four Writers Club Press, 2001. Paper: $13.95. (F, NF)

Gerdes, Eckhard. Ring in a River Authors Choice Press, 2001. Paper: $9.95. (F)

Gilling, Tom.

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