Popular Contemporary Writers - Vol. 4

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INDEX
Page numbers in boldface type indicate article titles. Page numbers in italic type indicate illustrations
All Thai Remains (Cornwell), 488, 493
Alnilam (Dickey), 537, 546–47
American Minotaur (Newcomb), 542
[American Sonnet] (Collins), 462, 46.3, 464
Amos, James L., 477
Andromeda Strain, The (Crichton), 499, 502, 503, 504, 505, 507, 508–9, 511
Andromeda Strain, The (film), 499, 501, 504, 508
Andy Brazil/Judy Hammer novel series (Cornwell), 493, 496–97
Apple That Astonished Paris, The (Collins), 454, 457, 462
[Ars Poetica] (Dove), 568–69
Art of Drowning, The (Collins), 454, 457, 462, 464–65
Aspinall, George, 443
Au Jus (painting), 541
Babel to Byzantium (Dickey), 537, 538, 548
Beach Music (Conroy), 471, 472, 478
Bean Eater (artwork), 459
Beardon, Romare, 465
Best Cigarette, The (Collins), 457, 462
[Best Cigarette, The] (Collins), 464
BFG, The (Dahl), 515, 520, 521, 526, 527, 528
Black Notice (Cornwell), 493, 495
Blake, Peter, 530
Blow Fly (Cornwell), 486, 491, 493, 495–96
Body Farm, The (Cornwell), 485–86, 491, 493, 495
Body of Evidence (Cornwell), 491, 493
Boo, The (Conroy), 470, 471, 478, 480
Boy: Tales of Childhood (Dahl), 516, 519, 520, 523, 524, 528
Boy Eating a Hot Dog (artwork), 530
Broken Cord, The (Dorris), 549, 550, 551, 552, 554, 556
Buckdancer's Choice (Dickey), 537, 538, 540, 541, 544–45
Bunn, William E. L., 458
Calder, Alexander, 523
[Canary] (Dove), 563, 568
[Canary in Bloom] (Dove), 568
Candy (painting), 52.3
Carracci, Annibale, 459
Cause of Death (Cornwell), 485–86, 493
Central Motion, The (Dickey), 537, 538
Charlie and the Chocolate Factoiy (Dahl), 515, 519, 520, 521, 52.3, 525–26
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Dahl; screenplay), 520
Clavell, James, 437–52
Cloud Chamber (Dorris), 551, 552, 554, 558
Collins, Billy, 453–66
Congo (Crichton), 505, 507, 509, 511, 513–14
Conroy, Pat, 467–82
Cornwell, Patricia, 483–98
Crichton, Michael. 499–514
Crown of Columbus, The (Dorris and Erdrich), 551, 552, 554, 556, 558
Cruel and Unusual (Cornwell), 486, 491, 493
Dahl, Roald, 515–32
Dahl, Sofie, 516, 523, 524
Danhauser, Josef, 506
Danny the Champion of the World (Dahl), 520, 522, 528, 531. 532
Darker Face of the Earth, The (Dove), 563, 566, 571
Deliverance (Dickey), 537, 538, 543–44
Deliverance (Dickey; screenplay), 533, 534, 536, 537, 543
Dickey, James, 473, 533–48
Dickinson, Emily, 457, 460, 462
Dorris, Michael, 549–58
Dove, Rita, 559–74
Draper, James Reynolds, 490, 541
Drowning with Others (Dickey), 537, 538
[Dusting] (Dove), 565–66
Eagle's Mile, The (Dickey), 537, 538
Eaters of the Dead (Crichton), 505, 507, 511, 513
ER (television series), 499, 503
Erdrich, Louise, 549, 551, 552, 553, 554, 556, 558
Festival at Hamburg (artwork), 458
[Fiend, The] (Dickey), 540, 541
Fifth Sunday (Dove), 563, 566, 572–73
[Firebombing, The] (Dickey), 540–41
[Fish in the Stone, The] (Dove), 565
Five Gates to Hell (Clavell; screenplay), 440, 442
Five Patients: The Hospital Explained (Crichton), 503, 504, 511
Fly, The (Clavell; screenplay), 437, 439, 441, 442, 449
Food to Die For: Secrets from Scarpetta's Kitchen (Cornwell), 486, 493
From Potter's Field (Cornwell), 485–86, 493
Gai-Jin (Clavell), 441, 442, 449
[Genie's Prayer under the Kitchen Sink] (Dove), 569
[Going Out for Cigarettes] (Collins), 462
Going Solo (Dahl), 517, 520, 521, 528–29
Grace Notes (Dove), 559, 563, 564, 566, 568–69
Graham, Ruth Bell, 485, 489, 493
Great Escape, The (Clavell; screenplay), 437, 440, 441, 442, 445, 449, 450, 451, 452
Great Santini, The (Conroy), 467, 469, 471, 472, 474, 478, 479–80, 482
Great Santini, The (film), 469, 474, 479
Great Train Robbery, The (Crichton), 503, 505, 510–11
Great Train Robbery, The (Crichton; screenplay), 500, 501, 503, 504,511
Gremlins, The (Dahl), 517, 519, 520, 531
Griffin, Murray, 445
Guesfs (Dorris), 552, 554
Hornet's Nest (Cornwell), 486, 493
Into the Stone (Dickey), 537, 538
Introduction to Military Brats (Conroy), 468, 482
[Invention of the Saxophone, The] (Collins), 464–65
Isle of Dogs (Cornwell), 486, 493, 497

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  • James Clavell 437
  • Billy Collins 453
  • Pat Conroy 467
  • Patricia Cornwell 483
  • Michael Crichton 499
  • Roald Dahl 515
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