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Edwin Honig

Fall 1958

Corrales 1948

By Edwin Honig

In the ear of night an upheaval of frogs—Then, immense, a patched sky face Drowsing by. Waxy hedges Click like hooves to a shower’s ricochet Till wetness drinks itself in […]

Fall 1958

Near Hope in Providence

By Edwin Honig

Here in the warm rooms above the snow locked streets  the spirit drinks light through slanted blinds. Traction-whining tires ascend the brilliant afternoon  to the sky’s blue bound synagogue. Staging […]

Winter 1958

In Defense of Allegory

By Edwin Honig

As a principal source of the opposition to the concept of allegory, Coleridge is probably also the one—because his strictures on the subject have been taken too literally or misapplied—from […]

Fall 1948

Hobgoblin or Apollo

By Edwin Honig

“Five lines of text and ten pages of notes about the folk and the fishgods of Dundrum. Printed by the weird sisters in the year of the big wind.”    —Joyce, Ulysses […]