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  ESSAYS by Carol Ann Davis,
Karen Hays, & Doris Kadish

by Mary Hood &
Lynn Schmeidler

POETRY by Coleman Barks,
Richard Jackson, Judson Mitcham,
Pattiann Rogers, & others

ART by Mequitta Ahuja

A Young Communist in Love: Philip Rahv,
Partisan Review, and My Mother

an essay by Doris Kadish

Philip Rahv (1908–1973) was a preeminent literary critic and co-founder (in 1934) of Partisan Review, which T. S. Eliot described as “the best American literary periodical”—and while a young man, I recently discovered, Rahv was my mother’s lover. . . .

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