John Gardner: A Bibliographical Profile

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D. Poetry in Magazines and Newspapers
First publication in magazines and newspapers of poetry by Gardner, arranged chronologically. All reprintings are noted.
D.1 "Mr. Richard Babley's Memorial". Reflections: Washington University Student Review, No. 3 ( 1954), pp. 9-10. Gardner is listed as a member of the editorial staff.
D.2 "The Human Hand". Reflections: Washington University Student Review, No. 3 ( 1954), pp. 11-13. Gardner is listed as a member of the editorial staff.
D.3 "Art, Life, and Aunt Etwell". Perspective, 14 (Spring 1965), 40-41. Reprinted in Poems.
D.4 "The Ruptured Goat". Southern Review, NS 4 (Winter 1968), 162-64. Reprinted in Poems.
D.5 "Pictures from an Old Album". Grassroots [ Southern Illinois University at Carbondale], 1, No. 1 [ 1968], 10. Reprinted in Poems.
D.6 "The Governor in the Dark". Perspective, 16 (Winter-Spring 1969), 24-26. Reprinted in Poems.
D.7 "The Stranger in the Grove". Perspective, 16 (Winter-Spring 1969), 21-23. Reprinted in Poems.
D.8 "Bon Voyage". Kenyon Review, 31, No. 4 ( 1969), 504-5. Reprinted in Poems.
D.9 "Frankenstein". Kenyon Review, 31, No. 4 ( 1969), 505-6. Reprinted in Poems.
D.10 "Persimmons". Western Humanities Review, 23 (Spring 1969), 155-57. Reprinted in Poems.
D.11 "Desire on Sunday Morning". Hudson Review, 23 (Spring 1970), 28-34. Reprinted in Poems.
D.12 "Lenten Is Come with Love: An Imitation". Hudson Review, 23 (Spring 1970), 34-35. Reprinted in Poems.
D.13 "Setting for an Old Welsh Line". Hudson Review, 23 (Spring 1970), 35-36. Reprinted in Poems.
D.14 "The Motorcycle Riders". Perspective, 16 (Autumn 1971), 252.

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