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The Angle

1965

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Full Issue, No Author Jan 1965

Full Issue, No Author

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And I..., Gregory Conchelos Jan 1965

And I..., Gregory Conchelos

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Chi Verra Vorra, David Callahan Jan 1965

Chi Verra Vorra, David Callahan

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Swimmer, James J. Kolb Jan 1965

Swimmer, James J. Kolb

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"It was a quiet day, a peaceful day. The sky was blue and cloudless. The sun was hot and bright; the water neither cool nor calm-but inviting (as inviting as the Pacific can ever be). The boat was anchored a mile or two off shore of an island-no special island, just an island like so many others that dotted the South Pacific area. In some ways the island reflected the day. Its thick foliage was a luscious green, reminding one of a cool, sweet drink. Its sandy beach ...


A Parable, Hugh Mater Jan 1965

A Parable, Hugh Mater

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Madras, Ray Pavelsky Jan 1965

Madras, Ray Pavelsky

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Forsaken, R. Nicholson Jan 1965

Forsaken, R. Nicholson

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"The torrent of the rain had fallen in wind-whipped sheets, each swollen droplet crashing on the street like so many shuttering crystals; and now, in the late afternoon, the flushed city streets be~an to steam as a cooling breeze followed in the wake of the summer squall. Above the indistinct bustle characteristic of the town could be heard the dull rumble of a gasoline-laden truck approaching a busy and congested intersection. No one, however, seemed to notice."


Lines Written After Meditation On The Traditional Contention That Christ Never Smiled, Clarence A. Amann Jan 1965

Lines Written After Meditation On The Traditional Contention That Christ Never Smiled, Clarence A. Amann

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Attic, Ray Pavelsky Jan 1965

Attic, Ray Pavelsky

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Of A Daughter... Stillborn, Clarence A. Amann Jan 1965

Of A Daughter... Stillborn, Clarence A. Amann

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Tails You Lose, Steven Maier Jan 1965

Tails You Lose, Steven Maier

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Tale Of Twelve, Theodore Vallone Jan 1965

Tale Of Twelve, Theodore Vallone

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"She was the most beautiful woman I have ever seen. Sue was nineteen, but her fully matured body and large frame made her appear in her early thirties. It was sad to see her crouched like a Hindu on that straw and filth covered floor clutching her child as though at any moment it might be snatched from her. She sat motionlessly with her bare knees pointing awkwardly at oblique angles toward the stone walls. How I would have dressed this queen! With gowns and furs and a ...


Struggle, J. R. Pike Jan 1965

Struggle, J. R. Pike

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As The Last Vine Swings, Michael Goodwin C.S.B. Jan 1965

As The Last Vine Swings, Michael Goodwin C.S.B.

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Full Issue, No Author Jan 1965

Full Issue, No Author

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Preliminary Pages, No Author Jan 1965

Preliminary Pages, No Author

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Artistic Vision In Literature, John J. Attinasi C.S.B. Jan 1965

Artistic Vision In Literature, John J. Attinasi C.S.B.

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"In any art, the artist faces the problem of presenting a creative vision through a medium. Sound, paint, marble, clay and other materials are the media of music and the visual arts. Literature uses as its medium that phenomenon of civilization, the word. No matter what his art, the artist must be faithful to his medium, shaping it by his creativity to form a unified work, or else he loses his effect as an artist in his chosen medium."


While Homeward, Ray Pavelsky Jan 1965

While Homeward, Ray Pavelsky

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The Sand-Shell Beach, David Callahan Jan 1965

The Sand-Shell Beach, David Callahan

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Glory To God For..., John J. Attinasi C.S.B. Jan 1965

Glory To God For..., John J. Attinasi C.S.B.

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Metamorphosis, Gregory Conchelos Jan 1965

Metamorphosis, Gregory Conchelos

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Birth, Michael Goodwin C.S.B. Jan 1965

Birth, Michael Goodwin C.S.B.

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Shalott, Gerald Koepsell Jan 1965

Shalott, Gerald Koepsell

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"Singing a song of darlings locked upon the castle door, and fenny things and summer leaves, and the raven's quote 'Nevermore'."


Haiku Iv, William Frankenberger C.S.B. Jan 1965

Haiku Iv, William Frankenberger C.S.B.

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Salome's Lament, Clarence A. Amann Jan 1965

Salome's Lament, Clarence A. Amann

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A Sonnet For Salome, Clarence A. Amann Jan 1965

A Sonnet For Salome, Clarence A. Amann

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Christmas, Allan Mcmillan C.S.B. Jan 1965

Christmas, Allan Mcmillan C.S.B.

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Maybe Wait, Gregory Conchelos Jan 1965

Maybe Wait, Gregory Conchelos

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First Communion, Anonymous Anonymous Jan 1965

First Communion, Anonymous Anonymous

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The Snow, Phil Parisi Jan 1965

The Snow, Phil Parisi

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