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Title:Wriggly Loveable Animals | John Cage Letters | A Thin Bright Line | The Elephants in My Backyard | Buildings of the WPA | Isabella of Castile | The Chocolate Soldier | Al Capone's Beer Wars | The Richard A. C. Greene Political Campaign
Description:Wriggly Loveable Animals | John Cage Letters | A Thin Bright Line | The Elephants in My Backyard | Buildings of the WPA | Isabella of Castile | The Chocolate Soldier | Al Capone's Beer Wars | The Richard A. C. Greene Political Campaign
Keywords:Wriggly Loveable Animals | John Cage Letters | A Thin Bright Line | The Elephants in My Backyard | Buildings of the WPA | Isabella of Castile | The Chocolate Soldier | Al Capone's Beer Wars | The Richard A. C. Greene Political Campaign
Wriggly Loveable Animals | John Cage Letters | A Thin Bright Line | The Elephants in My Backyard | Buildings of the WPA | Isabella of Castile | The Chocolate Soldier | Al Capone's Beer Wars | The Richard A. C. Greene Political Campaign
Review of Arts, Literature, Philosophy and the
Number 286Late Spring/Early Summer 2017bcenter
15 Wriggly Animals
We've often been attracted to furry things that wriggle and lick your face while wetting your foot. We dedicate this issue to many of these lovable lickers (along with some stinkers, too.)

WPA Buildings "With well over eleven million unemployed, why is there not a new WPA giving jobs to those throughout the country who are in such desperate straits? A gentle and inspired system to rebuild our cities, give work to those who so desperately need it, offer hope to all."
A Guided Tour of Hell"You think the Christian hell is a bother. Wait until you get a gander at the Buddha's Hells. It's like that old weather joke we used to do on the air: 'Today's forecast - - - Fire and Ice, followed by the End of the World.'"
Isabella of Castile"Tremlett's unsentimental portrait reveals an ambitious queen whose accomplishments of prescient religious reform, westward exploration, and empire-building far outshone those of her contemporary European monarchs."
The Elephants in My Backyard "He also goes to Pondicherry to see how everyone lives there, and if, before, we were resisting him and his need to overdo everything, we melt with him under the sun in that city." i
A Thin Bright Line "The government during this period was hard at work exposing all suspected gays and Communists. The air in Washington was poison. Friends would turn on friends as, indeed, one of her friends was feeding constant updates on all of her doings to the FBI."
At the Edge of the Orchard"The reader is quickly caught up in the wretched lives, pure nightmare exacerbated by the deadly, hopeless, poverty-stricken life on this blasted unyielding earth, five of the Goodenough children already laid in their graves; the surviving five doomed to war from within and without." i
The Selected Letters of John Cage"The famed Zen master Charlotte Joko-Beck had a universal answer to those who wanted to find The Way: Listen to the Traffic. Cage took this seriously, incorporating street sounds, people sounds, world sounds as subjects for meditation and music." i
Great Reviews from the Past
This Life
"Why is it so captivating? Do they just hand out spells to anyone who wants them there in the stoep?My suspicion is that the only one who knows the answer would be Karel Schoeman. His job is to write it and send out to the world (and with the help of a good translator) give us a mesmerizing book." i
Arrogance"Egon paints most anything, but sometimes, instead of using canvas, he paints on people: He springs to his feet, smears the brush into a brown disk on the tray and begins to dab at the older man, staining the collar of his shirt, his cheek, his temple, his bald pate, shrieking,'I can't stop myself!' jousting with his little brush, thrusting his pelvis forward. "
LETTERSAl Capone's Beer Wars
EVEN MORE LETTERSThis Life by Karel Schoeman
The Richard A. C. Greene Campaign
"Back in 1968, some friends and I put together a campaign for Washington State Land Commissioner."Since Richard had won the Republican nomination by a fluke, we decided to run the whole thing as a fluke. Here is an article about the whole silly performance."
Cancer in Midlife"At this moment, Paul Simmons would love to have a drink, many
drinks, as a matter of fact. But he has promised himself that he will never have a drink again until he is dying, really and truly dying. Then he
will drink Manhattans and gin and tonics and dirty martinis and single
malt scotch and all the new-fangled beers that they are serving all over
Omaha in the bars that he never enters."
Great Readings from the Past
How Not to Move a Dead Whale"On its way to a wildlife reservation for disposal of the carcass, the truck drove through the center of Tainan, where, on a busy street, the gases produced by internal decay caused the whale to explode. Aside from the nauseating gas, a shower of entrails and blood rained down on shops and people, and although the crowd tried to disperse, the hubbub stopped traffic for hours."i
Heart Test with an Echo Chamberi
"This is the heart as television,
a softcore addiction
of the afternoon. The heart
as entertainment, out of date
in black and white.
The technicians watch the screen,
looking for something: a block, a leak,
a melodrama, a future
sudden death, clenching
of this fist which goes on
shaking itself at fate."
Seven Poems from the Writers of RALPH
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"In our town we have widows Arsy Versy
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at the dump at Pork Chop MO or Dog Stool IL,
Twelve at the depot with their bent ankles
And a blind (but healthy) love for sweet trifles."
The Battle at Little Bull Runi"My family eats love for dessert
Topped with nutmeats and cherries.
When asked, they smile out of the past
And crush the small rebellions we bring
From school: crayon drawings of skulls,
Paper dolls with scrofula, dead pups."
A Cricket in the Telephone (At Sunset)
"I could hear the border guards cheering
So it must have been after midnight;
A mosquito (Stegomyia, not Anopheles)
Was singing love songs in my ear.
You called the cell to tell me something about
Mothers, or was it Mother, or was it me?
Microscopic electrons from microspace
Turned your voice to fruit-salad."
Saturn Rings about the Alhambrai"You gave me three days and two nights.
I slept next to you alongside a thousand
Thousand lilies-of-the-valley blowing;
There was a festive explosion of monsoons
And volcanoes tracing along my various fault-lines."
The Chocolate Soldieri"At moonfall the Sonoran desert
Smells of creosote and dust.
Perhaps you never knew, until that night.
Perhaps you never knew you told me
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Love Poemi"Your body was thin as my own,
Your eyes as large. Your eyes
Were my own, were they not?
The lice (rich with our blood)
Fed lovingly, supping on the
Nectars of your heart:
Bloodlust dropping off
On the dusty floors."
The Vivisection Mamboi"When she takes the sword, kisses the blade just so
And places it gently in my gut and slides it up:
I think on the lace she wears to the dance,
And before her, breasts like great engines
Pushing love around the ball, into all of us."
Lovers Set in Stonei"Even worse is what happens to those who violate the vow of chastity that one must make for the excursion. One lusty, overeager couple, it is said, stopped by the roadside to engage in some hanky-panky and presto, were changed to stone. To this day, it is said, they are stuck there, somewhere off in the mountains, belly-to-belly."DIV
THE OFFICIAL RALPHParadox-of-the-Month
OUR RECENT POETRY BOOK The Vivisection Mambowas recently published in quality antique typeset style. It consists of 125 poems of the new Neo-Realist School, many appearing here for the first time.In a starred review, Kirkus called it A fine anthology of some of the best contemporary poetry around.
AN ANTHOLOGY FROM THIS MAGAZINEThe Noisiest Book Review in the Known
Worldwas published over three years ago. It contains 200 or so of what we believeto
be the best articles, readings, reviews and poems from this magazine --- from our very first
years to now. If you subscribe to RALPH, you get a free copy of this anthology --- which was listed by Kirkus as"One of the Best Books of 2014."
All the back-issues of RALPH, including titles of books under review, along with author, subject, and publisher, plus links to readings, articles, and poems that have appeared on-linesince 1994.
In our General Index, from day one, we have given stars to those titles that our editors deemed to be of "especial merit." You can now find them all here, listed alphabetically by title.
THE FESSENDEN REVIEWb. 1985 - d. 1989 Our predecessor magazine received enthusiastic encomiums from media writers at The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, and on National Public Radio --- among others. You can now find links here to all thirteen riotous issues.i
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