Do nuclear submarines have multiple warheads on their missiles?

Presently the USA fields the Trident missiles in Ohio class submarines. So my comment above only applies to Ohio class submarines that carry nuclear weapons.

——– EDIT ———

Yes. Most US submarines are run on nuclear power, but most do not carry nuclear weapons.

.

In other words, a single Ohio class submarine can carry 192 warheads with a total of 91 Mt of firepower.

To be more specific; a nuclear submarine is one that is powered by nuclear energy, not necessarily one that carries nuclear weapons. And a single Ohio class submarine can carry 24 Trident missiles. Each W88 has about 475 kiloton yield. By comparison all combined uses of explosives by all sides in WWII was under 3 Mt. Each Trident SLBM can carry up to 8 W88’s

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Alameddine, Rabih 286, back cover of Spring issue

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Parks, Gerald W163

Perry, John Oliver 317,319,A107

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Preto-Rodas, Richard A. Byron W188(2),409,410(2)

Ramras-Rauch, Gila W189,411,A232

Reese, Christopher L.

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Varis, Tuula-Liina Maan paalla paikka yksi on W129

Dawes, Kwame SEE Chris Abani — SEE Talk Yuh Talk

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Knudsen, James 330,A200

Koutsoudaki, Mary W187

Kratz, Henry W153,A195

Krzyzanowski, Jerzy R. James O.

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Kazuo Kawamura A138

Karlin, Wayne SEE Ma Van Khang

Levy, Andrea Fruit of the Lemon A146

Olson, Toby Write Letter to Billy 333

Gao Xingjian The Case for Literature: The 2001 Nobel Lecture tr.

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Raeside, James SEE Noma Hiroshi

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Amann, Jurg Am Ufer des Flusses A179

Komunyakaa, Yusef Talking Dirty to the Gods A153

Babaylan: An Anthology of Filipina and Filipina American Writers

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Karlin 327

Morris, Mervyn Five Poems W76

Uppal, Priscila Confessions of a Fertility Expert W122

The Redbeck Anthology of British South Asian Poetry ed. Hanming Chen A130

Johnson, Charles Soulcatcher and Other Stories A146

Tupja, Edmond SEE Fatos Kongoli

Vrkljan, Irena Posljednje putovanje u Bec 387

De Afrikaanse poezie in duizend en enige gedichten comp. Kwame

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Mihailescu, Calin-Andrei SEE Jorge Luis Borges

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Noguez, Dominique Le grantecrivain autres textes W143

Oster, Christian Une femme de menage 362

Gikandi, Simon Ngugi wa Thiong’o A121

Martin du Gard, Roger Lieutenant-Colonel de Maumort trs. 384

Novarina, Valere L’origine rouge W140

Paolini, Marco, Gabriele Vacis The Story of Vajont ed. Riley W186

Szewc, Piotr Zmierzchy i poranki 388

McAdams, Janet The Island of Lost Luggage W184

Isegawa, Moses Abyssinian Chronicles A127

Jersild, P.C. W171,337

Dana, Kathleen Osgood W129

d’Angelo, Giovanni A208

Daniell, Steven 354

Darnell, Helena 346,A164

Dauenhauer, Richard A239

Davies Cordova, Sarah A114

Davis, Robert Murray W128,W133,W175,W191,341,342

Dawes, Kwame S. Bahman Nirumand W107

Mainguy, Colette La Juive A176

Khadra, Yasmina L’ecrivain A113

Rigoni Stern, Mario Tra due guerre e altre storie A204

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Makine, Andrei La musique d’une vie 354 — Confessions of a

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Mukherjee, Meenakshi The Perishable Empire: Essays on Indian

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Ozsvath, Zsuzanna In the Footsteps of Orpheus: The Life and Times

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Grol, Regina Eroticism and Exile: Anna Frajlich’s Poetry A22

Bhely-Quenum, Olympe C’etait a Tigony A119

Evangelides, Constantine SEE Claire Angelides

Quignard, Pascal Terrasse a Rome 355

Boldl, Klaus Sudlich von Abisko 363

Kenaz, Yehoshua Returning Lost Loves tr. W128, 335

Lanters, Jose W115,375

Larios Vendrell, Luis W178,395,396,A220,A221,A223,A230

Larisch, Sharon A225

Leddy, Michael W119,A155,A160

Leusmann, Harald 363,A179

Levine, Etan A231

Levy, Michele 332,A217(2)

Lin, Sylvia Li-Chun W101

Lindstrom, Naomi W177,W181,398,A226

Lloyd, David W118,W124,W191,A145

Lofgren, Erik R. Janet M. W184(3),407,A126,A227

Besser, Gretchen Rous A171

Bien, Peter W188,329,A143

Binham, Philip W130,344

Bird, Rosa Julia A219

Birnbaum, Marianna D. A160

Grimm, Reinhold W151,A186

Gunnars, Kristjana 378,A192,A197

Gyorgyey, Clara W132,347

Hagen, W.M. James

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Thakore, Anand Waking in December A136

Traynor, Joanna Bitch Money A151

Bonnefoy, Yves Lieux et destins de l’image: Un cours de

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Kenne, Mel SEE Latife Tekin

Homenaje a Eugenio Florit: De lo eterno, lo mejor ed. Emanuel Di

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Laferriere, Dany Le cri des oiseaux fous 307

Siblewski, Klaus a komma punkt ernst jandl: Ein Leben in Texten und

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Jacquemond, Richard SEE Sonallah Ibrahim

Das, K.C. 315,391,A214

Obradovic, Nadezda W172,W174,A216(2)

Oettli, Simone 322

Ojaide, Tanure 309,A120

Oser, Lee 336,338,A158

Oster, Rose-Marie G. Bruce Berlind

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Hitchcott, Nicki Women Writers in Francophone Africa 303

Chappuis, Pierre Distance aveugle, precede de L’invisible

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Heaney, Seamus Beowulf: A New Verse Translation, Bilingual Edition

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Loy, Rosetta Ahi, Paloma A203

Capek, Karel Prijata korespondence eds. Rupert Garcia W120

Kossuth, Leonhard SEE Juri Rytcheu

The Poetry of Arab Women: A Contemporary Anthology ed. Paula Haydar, afterword

Adnan Haydar Michael Beard A229

Gluck, Anselm inland: augen lugen, spiegel nicht W149

Man-Cheong, Iona SEE Bei Dao

Wolf, Gregory H.

Bito, Laszlo Abraham und Isaak: Roman nach der Bibel tr. Phyllis Granoff W103

Ferrero, Ernesto N. Katayoun

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van der Velde, Rink it Guozzeroer A191

Handal, Nathalie SEE The Poetry of Arab Women

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Jollin-Bertocchi, Sophie J.M.G. Michael Bishop,

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Hood, Edward Waters SEE Roberto Castillo

Abani, Chris Kalakuta Republic intro. Anselm Hollo 344

Su Jung In Talgung trs. Pekka Tarkka A165

Metellus, Jean La vie en partage W96

Ten South African Poets ed. Das

Milosevic, Nikola Nit miholjskog leta: Nostalgija za beskonacnim

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Cesarani, David Arthur Koestler: The Homeless Mind W123

Dupin, Jacques Ecart A178

Burke, John Muk Muk Bridge of Triangles A131

Dabydeen, Cyril My Brahmin Days and Other Stories 306

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Rowe, William Poets of Contemporary Latin America: History and the

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Khorrami, Mohammad Mehdi SEE A Feast in the Mirror

Ndione, Abasse Ramata A123

The Pushcart Prize XXV: Best of the Small Presses eds. W107

Love, Ursula A182

Lyngstad, Sverre 379,380,A197

Maceri, Domenico W16,A203,A208

MacFadyen, David W166,390

Maciuszko, Jerzy J. 396

Rogers, David A159

Rossel, Sven H. 343,345,381,A165,A198,A199

Schulte, Rainer 369,A235

Schwarz, Robert W146,W148,365,A181,A184

Scrase, David W149,A184

Sengupta, Sagaree 318

Sharp, Francis Michael W151,A179,A188

Sharrad, Paul W103,W110

Shaw, Andrea A117,A153

Silenieks, Juris W133,348,349,A167

Silverman, Malcolm W190(2),411

Simonsuuri, Kirsti W134

Sjavik, Jan W155,W156

Skwara, Erich Wolfgang 364,A180

Smith, Robert P. W128

Hajewski, Thomas J. Jay Rubin 321 — Sputnik

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Schwartz, Marian SEE Nina Berberova

Jankovic, Sava Raseljeno lice A215

Brebion, Luc SEE Roger Martin du Gard

Seuren, Gunter Die Krotenkusser 367

Maron, Monika quer uber die gleise: artikel, essays, zwischenrufe

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Bergsson, Gudbergur Vorhaenan og adrar sogur A193

Audouard, Antoine Adieu, mon unique 352

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Zavala, Lauro SEE Relatos vertiginosos

Salisbury, Ralph Rainbows of Stone 407

Vasilenko, Svetlana Shamara and Other Stories eds. 391(2),393,A215

Mikasinovich, Branko W172,393

Mitova, Katia W169(2),A213

Monk, Pamela 341

Montante, Michela 384

Mortimer, Mildred A107

Motte, Warren W141,352,356,A176

Mozur, Joseph P. Lisa Schnorf W184

White, Steven F. Monikas lovsang A189

Vendler, Helen On WLT’s Top 40 A79

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Stimac, Zdenka SEE Dane Zajc

Petrovic, Goran Sitnicarnica Kod srecne ruke A216

Munoz, Braulio A Storyteller: Mario Vargas Llosa Between

Civilization and Barbarism W181

Nadas, Peter Love: A Novel tr. SEE Manfred Peter Hein

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Rajkovic, D. Luc

Brebion Timothy Crouse 359

Monenembo, Tierno L’ aine des orphelins W94

Salamun, Tomaz Feast ed. A115

McKellar, Jennifer W183

McLeod, A. 357

White, Steven F. Sverre Lyngstad W156

Nordbrandt, Henrik Egne digte 373

Starnone, Domenico Via Gemito A204

Said, Edward W. A119

Stendahl, Brita W158

Sterling, Eric W194,A110

Stynen, Ludo W155,376,A123

Swain, Rabindra K. 381

Osundare, Niyi W94

Oxford, Jeffrey A220

Paddon, Seija 344,A163(2)

Paniker, Ayyappa A133

Parker, Judy W109

Parker, Patricia L. W115,W116

Jeannet, Angela M. Glauco Ortolano A92

Sakamoto, Edward Aloha Las Vegas and Other Plays 315

Schmidt, Kathrin Go-In der Belladonnen: Gedichte 370

Berberova, Nina The Tattered Cloak and Other Stories tr. James W97,308

Arrington, Melvin S. Brink 311

Galanaki, Rhea I Shall Sign as Loui tr. A209

Johnson, Emily A211

Kabdebo, Thomas W130,W131,346

Kahf, Mohja W192

Kaiser, Mary W122,342,A154

Kamoche, Jidlaph Gitau A121

Karriker, Alexandra Heidi A212

King, Adele W93(2),W94,W143,303,305(2),308,A115,A120,A121,

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King, Bruce W95,W109,W111,W112,W114,W116,W118,310,324,

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King, Martha W159,W161,W162,386,A203

Kinkley, Jeffrey C. Jusuf Vrioni 406

Dongala, Emmanuel B. Nathalie

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Borges, Jorge Luis This Craft of Verse ed. Nina McPherson

Phan Huy Duong 327

Palsson, Sigurdur Blar prihyrningur A196

Spiegel, Hubert SEE Welch ein Leben

Broda, Martine Poemes d’ete 360

Davies, Lewis SEE Mama’s Baby (Papa’s Maybe)

Hollo, Anselm SEE Kai Nieminen

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Railey, Kevin Natural Aristocracy: History, Ideology, and the

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Blodgett, Harriet The Feminist Artistry of “Paradise of the

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Vidal, Gore The Golden Age 335

Uganda Poetry Anthology 2000 eds. Das tr. Reflections on Exile and Other Essays A111

Massenet, Violaine Francois Mauriac A108

Wheatle, Alex East of Acre Lane A151

Gomori, George The City in Modern Polish and Hungarian Poetry W52

Levy, Michele “Brotherly Wounds”: Representations of

Balkan Conflict in Contemporary Balkan Literature W66

Glissant, Edouard Sartorius: Le roman des Batoutos W97 — SEE

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Cummings, Ora SEE Abraham B. Roger W100,303,A117

LaHood, Marvin J. Edmond Tupja W186 –

Dragoi i fildishte W186

Widmer, Urs Der Geliebte der Mutter W148

Giffoni, Luis Adagio para o silencio 411

Nkogo Esono, Maximiliano Adja-Adja y otros relatos A116

Tate, Bronwyn Russian Dolls 323

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Kravanja, Sonja SEE Dane Zajc

Balcom, John SEE Li Qiao

Salti, Ramzi A Different Leader of Men: Yusuf Idris Against Arab

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Sirajuddin, Shaista Sonnu SEE M. Slobodanka Vladiv-Glover W166

Ramachandra, Ragini SEE Raja Rao

Mazzarella, Merete “Da svanger sig sommaren kring sin

axel”: Om konsten att bli gammal A198

Index of Articles

Sorkin, Adam J. Nick W177,398,401,A222

Hitchins, Keith 320,412,A140,A234

Horn, Pierre L. SEE R.K. SEE Timothy Mo

13 poetas testimoniales ed. Nathalie Louisgrand 314

Rathenow, Lutz Sterben will gelernt sein: Lyrische Prosa –

Prosaische Lyrik ill. Amy Wack

Grahame Davies W191

Bidisha [Bidisha Bandyopadhyay] Too Fast to Live 330

Roubaud, Jacques Poesie : W139 — La forme d’une ville change

plus vite, helas, que le coeur des humains: Cent cinquante poemes,

1991-1998 W142

Kroetsch, Robert Completed Field Notes: The Long Poems of Robert

Kroetsch A153

Bilu, Dalya SEE Yehoshua Kenaz

Nijssen, Hub SEE Peter Huchel

Mokeddem, Malika N’zid A114

McEwen, Alastair SEE Umberto Eco

Tuschick, Jamal Keine grosse Geschichte A184

Mihailovic, Dragoslav Jalova jesen 391

Jha, Raj Kamal The Blue Bedspread W105

Hryhorenko, Hrytsko, Lesya Ukrainka From Heart to Heart:

Women’s Voices in Ukrainian Literature 4 ed. William L. Betsy Wing A107

Link, Perry The Uses of Literature: Life in the Socialist Chinese

Literary System W102

Cavanagh, Clare SEE Adam Zagajewski

Paker, Saliha SEE Latife Tekin

Daive, Jean L’autoportrait aux dormeuses 361 — Le retour

passeur 361

Anderson, Eric Gary American Indian Literature and the Southwest:

Contexts and Dispositions W183

All Are Involved: The Art of Martin Carter ed. Debjani

Chatterjee 340

Lamming, George Coming, Coming Home: Conversations II A115

Eichmann-Leutenegger, Beatrice Flusswege A180

Hospital, Janette Turner WLT’s Top 40 List: A Response A74

Lin, Sylvia Li-chun Between the Individual and the Collective: Gao

Xingjian’s Fiction W12

Krul, Claude SEE Chawqi Baghdadi

Lon, Anne Marie Kaerlighedens rum 374

Li Qing Kosovo 1999 trs. Ragini Ramachandra

328

Raharimanana, Jean-Luc Nour, 1947 A121

Goldblatt, Howard SEE Huang Chun-ming — SEE Wang Shuo

Vafopoulos, George The Complete Poems trs. 223

Brezan, Jurij A3, A43, A50

Chinese Blanc de Chine sculpture Lao Tze W19

Chinese dragon statuette W3

Chinese ivory carving Gentleman of High Rank W11

Chinese jade carving Foo Dog W28

Chinese stone carvings and seals W20, W21

Chinese tomb figure [Horse] W1

Chinese wood carving Our Lady of Talpa W2, W10

Cohen, Marcel A54, A55, A56, back cover of Summer/Autumn

issue

Darwish, Mahmud 282

Drakulic, Slavenka W3, W72

Duong Thu Huong A2, A31

Elytis, Odysseus A94

Frajlich, Anna A25, back cover of Summer/Autumn issue

Gao Xingjian W13, W22 — scene from play Between Life and

Death W24 — scene from play The Other Shore W25 — Watercolor

W88

Gauguin, Paul Copenhagen front cover of Winter issue

Gilman, Karyn Lynn SEE Daniel T. The Penguin Dictionary of American English Usage

and Style W127

Maulpoix, Jean-Michel L’instinct de ciel 362

Petri, Gyorgy Two Poems tr. Peter Zollman,

pref. Lauro Zavala

400

Biggins, Michael SEE Tomaz Salamun

Wertheim, Albert The Dramatic Art of Athol Fugard: From South

Africa to the World 312

Bourdin, Maryse SEE Su Jung In

Pireyre, Emmanuelle Mes vetements ne sont pas des draps de lit A176

Marai, Sandor Szabadulas 347

Simpson, Thomas SEE Marco Paolini

Ribas Talens, Javier El aprendiz A220

Mahapatra, Jayanta Bare Face A107

Franzobel Santa Scala oder Josefine Wurznbachers Hohepunkt 363

Abbott, Scott The Rhetoric of War and Peace: Peter Handke and the

Former Yugoslavia W78

Puertolas, Soledad Adios a las novias 395

Simonsuuri, Kirsti Rakkaus tuli kun lahdin maan aariin 345

Liebrecht, Savyon Nashim Mi-Tokh Katalog 411

Gronfeldt, Vibeke Det rigtige W154

Reda, Jacques Accidents de la circulation A172 — Le lit de la

reine A177

Mayrocker, Friederike Requiem fur Ernst Jandl A188

Carey, Peter True History of the Kelly Gang 314

Sharpar-Rad, Katayoun SEE Reza Baraheni

Pisarev, Djordje Zavera bliznakinja A216

Kerschbaumer, Marie-Therese Fern: Drittes Buch A181

Douglas, Josie SEE Skins

van der Leeuw, Frank SEE Lutz Rathenow

World Literature Today’s Top 40 List, 1927-2001: Celebrating

75 Years of Publishing Excellence A72

Moreau, Jean-Luc SEE Ali Erfan

Fuguet, Alberto SEE Se habla espanol

Spencer, Nigel SEE Marie-Claire Blais

Bobis, Merlinda White Turtle: A Collection of Short Stories 324

Hacker, Marilyn SEE Claire Malroux

Nguyen Van Sam Khoi song tren song ill. Dalya Bilu A232

Jelinek, Elfriede Das Lebewohl: 3 kl. 367

Hallmundsson, Hallberg A193,A194,A196

Hanaway, William L. 311(2),A124(2)

Totfalusi, Istvan A166

Twitchell-Waas, Jeffrey A106,A129

Valerio-Holguin, Fernando W113,W181

Vanacek, Edwin A186

Vansant, Jacqueline A181

Vidan, Aida W170,387

Volet, Jean-Marie W96,A113,A123

Wall, Catharine E. L. A214

Mann, John A157

Martin, Margareta W129,343,344

Mataric, Mira W172,W173,W174,A215

Matteo, Sante A202

Matthew, Elizabeth 409

Mattsson, Margareta 380

McCormick, Robert H. Edouard

Glissant W138

Wilson, Norma C. SEE Shuntaro Tanikawa

Lim, Suchen Christine A Bit of Earth 325

Martelli, Sebastiano SEE Pietro Corsi

Hijazi, Yahya SEE Taha Muhammad Ali

Montague, John Smashing the Piano W121

Hirsch, Edward SEE Tomaz Salamun

Hawkins, Hildi SEE Helsinki

Lihn, Enrique Figures of Speech tr. Living with the Tigress and the Muses: An Essay

on Jabra Ibrahim Jabra 214

Boyle, T.C. SEE Ioana Ieronim

Kumpfmuller, Michael Hampels Fluchten A182

Teller, Janne Odins o W154

Lefevre, Kim SEE Nguyen Huy Thiep

Marias, Fernando El nino de los coroneles A220

Hinojosa-Smith, Rolando Always Writing: A Chicano Life A64 — On

the 30th Anniversary of Tomas Rivera’s “… Jeannet

David Castronuovo W159

H

Boullata, Issa J. Stephen Sartarelli W160

Bohm, Tomas The Vienna Jazz Trio 380

Handke, Peter Unter Tranen fragend: Nachtragliche Aufzeichnungen

von zwei Jugoslawien-Durchquerungen im Krieg, Marz und April 1999 W78

Ruhmkorf, Peter Gedichte: Werke 1 ed. Ghost Songs: A Palestinian Love Story 403

Richards, David Adams Mercy Among the Children A162

Aizpuriete, Amanda Nakts peldetaja 348

Deligiorgis, Stavros SEE Thanassis Valtinos

Castronuovo, David SEE Angela Bianchini

Hoban, Russell Angelica’s Grotto A162

Mihailovic, Vasa SEE Price iz Tudjine

Whispers from the Cotton Tree Root: Caribbean Fabulist Fiction ed.

Nalo Hopkinson A118

Can Xue La Rue de la Boue jaune tr. H.L. Nayra Atiya W192

Cooke, Miriam Ghassan al-Jaba’i: Prison Literature in Syria

After 1980 237

Agbabi, Patience Transformatrix W118

Fabian, Laszlo Hombar W130

Baghdadi, Chawqi Les amants s’envolent vers le levant tr.

Claude Krul 406

Simic, Viseslav Zapisi Danilovog ucenika i druge price 393

Dorrie, Doris Was machen wir jetzt? W145

Chedid, Andree Le message W136

Jabra, Jabra Ibrahim In Search of Walid Masoud trs. Hub Nijssen A187

Yasin, Patia SEE Pai Hsien-yung

Saburov, Evgenii Po kraiu ozera A212

Davie, Donald Two Ways Out of Whitman: American Essays 338

McNab, Felicity SEE Leila Marouane

Waberi, Abdourahman A. W193

Samuel, Yoshiko Yokochi A138

Sarvan, Charles P. SEE Eugenijus Alisanka

von Savigny, Hans Die Invasion der Schnecken ed. 392

Grawe, Christian W150(2)

Green, Maria A177

Greenberg, Judith L. Edward Hirsch 394 — A

Ballad for Metka Krasovec tr. Steven Jaron A54

Riotta, Gianni Prince of the Clouds tr. Andre P. W99,A106

Baron, Henry J. Stephen Gray A117

Bishop, Michael SEE Salah Stetie

Singer, Lea Die Zunge A183

Srinath, C.N. Wayne P. The Collected Essays ed. Taotao Liu John Balcom A130

Ollier, Claude Wanderlust et les Oxycedres W138

Schrott, Raoul Die Wuste Lop Nor W148

van der Ploeg, Durk It wurk fan ‘e duvel 376

Vrioni, Jusuf SEE Ismail Kadare

Pai Hsien-yung Taipei People / Taipei jen ed. Felicity McNab A113

The Dual Muse: The Writer as Artist, the Artist as Writer ed. The Journey: Stories by K.C. Rodney Hall 314

Supervielle, Silvia Baron Essais pour un espace A178

Berlind, Bruce SEE Gyula Illyes

Field, Edward SEE Neil Derrick

Kureishi, Hanif Midnight All Day 332

Out El Kouloub Three Tales of Love and Death tr. SEE Walt McDonald

Kwahule, Koffi Village fou ou Les deconnards 308

Wright, Jay Transfigurations: Collected Poems A159

Rubin, Jay SEE Haruki Murakami

Ensing, Riemke Talking Pictures: Selected Poems 322

Noma Hiroshi “Dark Pictures” and Other Stories tr. Marian

Schwartz A211

Persaud, Sasenarine The Hungry Sailor A156

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Chen, Hanming SEE Liang Xiaosheng

Petrov, Aleksandar Turski Bec 391 — SEE Li Qing

Zollman, Peter SEE Sandor Kanyadi

Zajc, Dane Scorpions: Selected Poems trs. SEE Marie-Claire Blais

Modern Women Playwrights of Europe ed. Of Fathers and the Fatherland in the Post-1995

Lebanese Exilic Novel 285

Elliott, William I. Jr. A169

Griffin, Larry D. Narayan: An Anthology of Recent Criticism ed. Renate Lauermann

W151

Rinaldi, Angelo Tout ce que je sais de Marie A172

Hamri, Porsteinn fra Vetrarmyndin A194

Paranjape, Makarand Towards a Poetics of the Indian English Novel

319 — Used Book A134

Zannier, Luciano Pale de la Gialine W163 — Pale dal Noglar: doma

doma ed altri ascolti A206

Rodriguez, Claudio Three Poems tr. SEE Baltasar Porcel

Hopkinson, Nalo SEE Whispers from the Cotton Tree Root

Birbalsingh, Frank SEE Jahaji

Fenton, James The Strength of Poetry: Oxford Lectures A159

Djombo, Henri Le mort vivant W96

Schlesinger, Klaus Trug W147

Vital, Alberto SEE Juan Rulfo

Buffard, Claude-Henri La fille d’Emma A169

Tsakalakis, Thomas Ke tora, kati endelos kenouryio! W188

Gunnarsson, Petur Myndin af heiminum A193

Henson, Lance Revolutionslied tr. Barr W195

Khalil-Khouri, Thuraya SEE Emily Nasrallah

Vazquez-Figueroa, Alberto El Inca W179

Miller, Elizabeth Gamble SEE Claudio Rodriguez — SEE Nela Rio

Warner, Francis Rembrandt’s Mirror 341

Alvarez, Julia In the Name of Salome W113

Gustafsson, Lars Meditationer: En filosofisk bilderbok W158

Eagleton, Terry The Idea of Culture W193

Ramos, Jorge Franco Rosario Tijeras A219

Rio, Nela Two Poems tr. Srinath 328

Franchini, Enzo SEE Alfredo De Palchi

Assimakopoulos, Jane SEE Thanassis Valtinos

Gordon, Robert SEE Primo Levi

Skins: Contemporary Indigenous Writing eds. George Kao, trs.

Patia Yasin the author W102

Nieminen, Kai Serious Poems tr. Adam Schwartzman A125

Hemmerechts, Kristien De kinderen van Arthur 376

Bevilacqua, Alberto La polvere sull’erba 383

Tabios, Eileen SEE Babaylan

Rousseau, Francois-Olivier Le passeur A172

Vacis, Gabriele SEE Marco Paolini

Hotschnig, Alois Ludwigs Zimmer 365

Runarsson, Sigmundur Ernir Sogur af aldri og efa: Ljod og ljodsogur

A196

Motte, Warren Ten Fables of the Novel in French of the 1990s A84

Ashbery, John your name here 336 — other Traditions 338

R.K. Joseph Farrell

Antonio Scuderi A208

Chevillard, Eric Les absences du Capitaine Cook 352

Allen, Roger An Introduction to Arabic Literature A228 — SEE Jabra

Ibrahim Jabra

Liu, Taotao see Li Qiao

Desai, Anita Diamond Dust: Stories W104

Somlo, Ana Iduce godine u Jerusalimu W174

Berlind, Bruce SEE Gyorgy Petri

Vladiv-Glover, Slobodanka SEE Mikhail Epstein

Lince, Segismundo SEE 13 poetas testimoniales

Sirola, Jouka Sisustus 346

Toth, Eva Emlekevers W133

Klein, Carole Doris Lessing: A Biography 340

Rauschenbach, Bernd SEE Peter Ruhmkorf

Schiff, Stacy Vera: Mrs. trs.

Mohammad Mehdi Khorrami Shouleh Vatanabadi A137

Joenpelto, Eeva Uskomattomia uhrauksia 343

Haslinger, Josef Das Vaterspiel 364

Strachan, Geoffrey SEE Andrei Makine

Braun, Volker Das Wirklichgewollte A179

Kahf, Mohja The Silences of Contemporary Syrian Literature 225

Stead, C.K. Susanne

Baghestani 320

Kamanda, Kama Les contes du crepuscule A116

Tahir, M. W106,W107,A136

Hannan, Jim 307,310,A122

Hauptman, Robert W127

Hempel, Nele W145

Henry, Richard A153

Hill, W. Nicholas Rzhevsky, intro. Kelletat A185

Brown, Stewart SEE All Are Involved

Frajlich, Anna W stoncu listopada 387 — SEE Between Lvov, New York

and Ulysses’ Ithaca

Krog, Antjie Kleur kom nooit alleen nie A124 — Down to My Last

Skin A124

Kahn, Peter SEE Tununa Mercado

Conde, Maryse Celanire cou-coupe 306

J

Rekola, Mirkka Muistinavaruus: Kirjoituksia, puheenvuoroja vuosilta

1959-1999 eds. Alok Bhalla

W106

Yehoshua, Abraham B. A Friend of the Earth 330

Welch ein Leben: Marcel Reich-Ranickis Erinnerungen – Stimmen,

Kritiken, Dokumente ed. Pierre Alechinsky 357

Gray, Stephen SEE The Picador Book of African Stories

Welch, James The Heartsong of Charging Elk W185

Tanikawa, Shuntaro Selected Poems trs. Modernism and Metaphor in Contemporary Arabic

Poetry 275

Muschg, Adolf Sutters Gluck 366

Malroux, Claire A Long-Gone Sun tr. All rights reserved.

Camilleri, Andrea La gita a Tindari A201

L

Ramras-Rauch, Gila Remembering Yehuda Amichai 1924-2000 W86

Gospodinov, Georgi Estestven roman W169

Hartling, Peter Ein Balkon aus Papier A184

Faye, Eric Les lumieres fossiles et autres recits 353 A Feast in

the Mirror: Stories by Contemporary Iranian Women eds. W126

Brown, Ashley W123,337

Brown, John L. Marjorie

Perloff A156

Brink, Andre The Rights of Desire A106 — Donkermaan A123

Asso, Francoise Rien n’est perdu 351

Burnett, Paula Derek Walcott: Politics and Poetics A122

Newland, Courttia Society Within W114

Lodge, David Thinks … Michael McCurdy 342

Blaga, Lucian Zalmoxis: Obscure Pagan tr. Sonia Raiziss

Giampaolo Feriani Enzo Franchini A205 — Paradigma intro. John, Madeleine A Pure Clear Light W117

Oates, Joyce Carol Blonde W115

Appelfeld, Aharon Kol Asher Ahavti W189

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Ortheil, Hanns-Josef Die Nacht des Don Juan 366

Post-Gibran: Anthology of New Arab American Writing eds. Arnold A227

Osang, Alexander die nachrichten A183

Hitchins, Keith SEE Lucian Blaga

Banville, John Eclipse 329

Wang Shuo Please Don’t Call Me Human tr. Vinay Dharwadker W105

Reich, Peter SEE George Konrad

Chernikova, Elena Zolotaia oslitsa A211

Chlibcova, Milada SEE Karel Capek

Singer, Isaac Bashevis More Stories from My Father’s Court tr.

Curt Leviant A200

Doyle, Peter Iurii Dombrovskii: Freedom Under Totalitarianism W168

Henderson, Bill SEE The Pushcart Prize XXV

Franko, Roma SEE Hrytsko Hryhorenko

Livaneli, Zulfu Der Eunuch von Konstantinopel tr. Jr. Nicholas de Lange with the author A110

Lala-Crist, Dhespina Enas mikros theos perisepse 409

Mattawa, Khaled SEE Post-Gibran

Louis, Adrian C. Kateri Akiwenzie-Damm

Josie Douglas A239

Simonsuuri, Kirsti About Forty Canons A77

Efoui, Kossi La fabrique des ceremonies A127

Bernstein, Michael Andre Five Portraits: Modernity and the

Imagination in Twentieth-Century German Writing 372

Ieronim, Ioana The Triumph of the Water Witch tr. W139,352,354,A169,A172

Ciplijauskaite, Birute 399,A224

Coad, David 313,314,A122,A131

Cocozzella, Peter A201,A204

Cohen, Leslie A232

Cookson, Sandra A150,A161

Cornis-Pope, Marcel A233

Crane, Rufus S. Howard Goldblatt W103

Anderson, Barbara Long Hot Summer W109

Raiziss, Sonia SEE Alfredo De Palchi

Nazareth, Peter SEE Critical Essays on Ngugi wa Thiong’o

Imbot-Bichet, Genevieve SEE Can Xue

Paddock, Lisa SEE Carl Rollyson

Seppala, Juha Suuret kertomukset 344

Hassinen, Pirjo Mansikoita Marraskuussa A163

Ali, Tariq The Stone Woman W111 — Shadows of the Pomegranate Tree

W112

Rytcheu, Juri Die Reise der Anna Odinzowa trs. Krinka Vidakovic Petrov Aleksandar

Petrov 315

Ortolano, Glauco Top Ten Brazilian Novels of the Last Twenty Years A89 — SEE Moacyr Scliar

McGowan, Nicoletta Di Ciolla SEE Francesca Duranti

Akiwenzie-Damm, Kateri SEE Skins

Roth, Philip The Human Stain W116

Langa, Mandla The Memory of Stones W99

Mark, Grigorii Ogliadyvaias’ vpered A212

Feldman, Burton The Nobel Prize: A History of Genius, Controversy,

and Prestige A238

Lauermann, Renate SEE Hans von Savigny

Taia, Abdellah Mon Maroc A122

Carbo, Nick SEE Babaylan

Orlando, Valerie Writing New H(er)stories for Francophone Women of

Africa and the Caribbean W40

Arnalds, Ragnar Landkrabbinn A192

Carrano, Patrizia Illuminata W161

Sarma-Sokolovs’kyi, Mykola Dorohoiu zhnyv W176

Heym, Stefan Die Architekten 365

Kitamura, Satoshi SEE John Agard

Muldoon, Paul Poems 1968-1998 A154

Dario Fo: Stage, Text, and Tradition eds. Vladimir Nabokov W167

Ejrnaes, Anne Marie Theas faerd 373

Alechinsky, Pierre SEE Salah Stetie

de Lange, Nicholas SEE Amos Oz

Chatterjee, Debjani SEE The Redbeck Anthology of British South

Asian Poetry

Sandor, Andras Szerelem: Megkozelitesek 348

Hall, Rodney SEE Max Williams

Beard, Michael SEE Rashid al-Daif

Kunitz, Stanley The Collected Poems 337

Verma, Nirmal India and Europe: Selected Essays ed. Stewart Brown W94

Pariani, Laura Il paese delle vocali W162

Amis, Martin Experience W126

Duranti, Francesca Left-Handed Dreams ed. Hildi Hawkins Soila

Lehtonen W130

Plantus-Runey, Doris SEE Lucian Blaga

Hallmundsson, Hallberg Sneidar — ekki af osti (Umhendur II) 377

Riley, Karen SEE Ghassan Kanafani

Talk Yuh Talk: Interviews with Anglophone Caribbean Poets ed. A114

Evenson, Brian W137,W142,A116,A173

Exner, Richard A187

Fahnestock, Lee A171

Falk, Thomas H. A. Jr. Satoshi Kitamura A118

Epstein, Mikhail, Slobodanka Vladiv-Glover, Alexander Genis

Russian Postmodernism: New Perspectives on Post-Soviet Culture ed. Philip Gabriel A138

N.B. Constantine

Evangelides 409

Gaspar, Lorand Patmos et autres poemes A174

Oliphant, Dave SEE Enrique Lihn

Reading and Writing the Ambiente: Queer Sexualities in Latino,

Latin American, and Spanish Culture eds. Thomas W107

Grimsdottir, Vigdis Pognin 377

Venturi, Maria Incantesimo 383

Bayly, Jaime Los amigos que perdi W178

Simawe, Saadi A. 363

Ferreira, Cesar A221

Flanagan, Kathleen A141

Forcadas, Albert M. Vasa Mihailovic W174

Haavardsholm, Espen Ost for Eden: En biografi om Johan Borgen A197

Illyes, Gyula Charon’s Ferry: Fifty Poems tr. W164,361(2)

Genova, Pamela A. Henri Mitterand 357

Bojic, Veljko P. Numbers without a letter prefix refer

to the Spring issue.

White, Edmund SEE Allen Ginsberg

Skiftesvik, Joni Gagarin kinoksessa A164

Labinger, Andrea G. Edmundo Paz Soldan

Alberto Fuguet A223

Sarris, Nikos SEE Odysseus Elytis

Marteinsson, Hjortur AM oo: Soguleg skaldsaga A195

Bessora Les taches d’encre 351

Fo, Dario SEE Dario Fo

Kourouma, Ahmadou Allah n’est pas oblige A120

Mercado, Tununa In a State of Memory tr. W104,A134

Nash, Susan Smith A156

Nazarenko, Tatiana A211

Nazareth, Peter 325,A128,A141,A156

Newson-Horst, Adele S. Page numbers preceded by W and A refer respectively to the

Winter and Summer/Autumn issues. Marilyn Hacker 359

Raine, Kathleen The Collected Poems of Kathleen Raine A157

Chang Ts’o SEE Dominic Cheung

Riemann, Wolfgang SEE Zulfu Livaneli

Dones, Elvira Yjet nuk vishen keshtu W185

Clancier, Georges-Emmanuel Contre-chants A173

Belling, Nina Til en fremmed A189

Nagy, Karoly Emigransok kuldetesben, 1960-2000 W132

Williams, Max The Unforgiving Poem comp. Bill

Henderson et al. Ljusets drottning 381

Wack, Amy SEE Oxygen

The Picador Book of African Stories ed. W170,A218

Brescia, Pablo 399,400

Breton, Jean-Luc 334,A149

Briffa, Charles A206

Bronson, Daniel R. W103,A130,A142

Klopp, Charles 383,A201,A204

Knapp, Bettina W135,W136,W140,W143,W195,314,353,356,357,

358,362,A129,A139,A169,A170,A174,A176

Knapp, Mona W117(2),A183

Knowlton, Edgar C. A139

Westo, Kjell Vadan av att vara Skrake 382

Steinsdottir, Idunn Haustgrima A197

Granoff, Phyllis SEE K.C. 408

Foster, David William A219,A226

Gadd, Bernard 324

Garrett, Daniel W114,A143

Gathercole, Patricia M. 339,A159,A160

Dorian, Marguerite A233

DuBois, Thomas A. Kiacz

Hanania, Tony 286

Handke, Peter W78, W80

Herbert, Zbigniew W56

Hinojosa-Smith, Rolando A3, A64

Illyes, Gyula W3, W54

Jabra, Jabra Ibrahim 214, 220, 223 — A Face, 1952 216 — Self-Portrait

217 — A Face, 1951 222 — back cover of Spring

issue

Jabra, Lamia 221

Jabra, Yousef 220

Jandl, Ernst W89

Khrushchev, Nikita W34

Kiacz, Daniel T., Karyn Lynn Gilman Celebrating 75 Years of

WLT [print] A4, A72

Le, Linda A3, A86

Le Clezio, J.M.G. Jane

Assimakopoulos Stavros Deligiorgis W188

Bangirana, Alex SEE Uganda Poetry Anthology 2000

Kronauer, Brigitte Teufelsbruck A179

George, Emery Compass Card: One Hundred Villanelles 337

Ramanujan, A.K. Roger K. Edmund White A160

Smith, Arthur SEE Mama’s Baby (Papa’s Maybe)

Commere, Pascal Vessies, lanternes, autres betes cornues 361

O’Brien, Peggy SEE The Wake Forest Book of Irish Women’s

Poetry

Chang Ta-chun Wild Kids: Two Novels About Growing Up tr. W125,W167,359,A108,A238

Capek-Habekovic, Romana 386,A209

Capozzi, Rocco W161,385,A207

Carls, Alice-Catherine W171,387,388

Champagne, Roland A. Marlowe

Miller W175

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Lance, Alain Temps crible: Poemes, 1962-1999 W141

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Sartarelli, Stephen SEE Gianni Riotta

Xianggang xin wenxue nianbiao (1950-1969) eds.

tr. A125

De Julio, Maryann W144,357,A174

Debeljak, Ales 394

d’Heurle, Adma 355,A144

Dick, Bernard F. Maurice Kenny, intro. Hubert Spiegel 370

Bloom, Harold How to Read and Why A236

Ellis, Robert Richmond SEE Reading and Writing the Ambiente

Bei Dao Unlock trs. Peter Kahn, intro. Absence and Presence: Spanish Women Poets of

the Twenties and Thirties A224

Boguslawski, Alexander SEE Victor Brook

Chinodya, Shimmer Can We Talk and Other Stories W100

S

Humphreys, Emyr The Gift of a Daughter A145

Ali, Taha Muhammad Never Mind: Twenty Poems and a Story trs. Dave Oliphant W177

Ghosh, Amitav The Glass Palace A132

Hatch, Ronald B. W183

Merlin, Lara A177

Mermier, Guy 353,361

Mihailovich, Vasa D. Georgia de

Chamberet W143

Cuoco, Lorin SEE The Dual Muse

Lanz, Juan Jose Introduccion al estudio de la generacion poetica

espanola de 1968 399

Faldbakken, Knut Froken Snehvit W155

Vigevani, Alberto La febbre dei libri: Memorie de un libraio

bibliofilo A201

Nasrallah, Emily A House Not Her Own: Stories from Beirut tr.

Thuraya Khalil-Khouri 403

Gailly, Christian Nuage rouge W137

Andiievs’ka, Emma Kazky A218

Cerami, Vincenzo Fantasmi A202

Schami, Rafik Die Sehnsucht der Schwalbe 367

Hernandez, Librada SEE Reading and Writing the Ambiente

The Wake Forest Book of Irish Women’s Poetry, 1967-2000 ed.

Peggy O’Brien W124

Novakovic, Mirjana Strah i njegov sluga A215

Jahaji: An Anthology of Indo-Caribbean Fiction ed. Vaclav Havel, intro. W145,366,369

Wolf, Kirsten 377(2),A193,A196(2)

Wong, Timothy C. Ronald B. Marta Dandova Milada

Chlibcova A218

Montis, Kostas Apanta: Sympleroma E’ 410

Helsinki: A Literary Companion eds. LaVonne SEE Stories for a Winter’s Night

Booth, Marilyn Beneath Lies the Rock: Contemporary Egyptian Poetry

and the Common Tongue 257

Miller, Marlowe SEE Transitions

Void, Jan Erik I Vektens tegn: 777 dikt 380

Ramat, Silvio Sharing a Trip: Selected Poems tr. Coeur brule et autres romances 354

Lagorio, Gina Elogio della zucca 386

Neugebauer, Janet M. Munir

Akash Khaled Mattawa W187

Karpati, Paul SEE Laszlo Bito

Axelrod, Mark Capital Castles W113

ten Berge, H.C. Sumarblus 377

Parti-Nagy, Lajos Hosom tere 347

Lammers, Wayne P. Athar A Certain Season intro. Angela M. Frank

Birbalsingh 304

Hoggard, James SEE Oscar Hahn

Desbiolles, Maryline Le Petit col des loups A171

Agard, John Weblines ill. 1 W119

Atlan, Liliane Petites bibles pour mauvais temps W135

Cole, Peter SEE Taha Muhammad Ali — SEE Yoel Hoffmann

Phillips, Carl The Tether A157

Angot, Christine L’inceste W135

De Signoribus, Eugenio Principio del giorno 386

Kahler, Runa J. Athar Tahir

Lehtonen, Soila SEE Helsinki

Dhotel, Andre Poemes comme ca A173

Paasilinna, Arto Ihmiskunnan loppulaukka W129

Kolb, Ulrike Fruhstuck mit Max W146

Wondratschek, Wolf Die grosse Beleidigung: Vier Erzahlungen A184

Fremon, Jean La Vraie Nature des ombres 353

Louisgrand, Nathalie SEE Hong Ying

Zink, Dionys SEE Lance Henson

Index of Reviewers

Abbott, Scott W78

Abdel-Jaouad, Hedi W97,406

Abramson, Julia W139,306

Accad, Evelyne A229

Adams, Jeffrey W147

Agarwal, Ramlal W105,A135

Aikant, Satish C. Jose Vasconcelos and the Writing of the Mexican

Revolution A225

Levertov, Denise This Great Unknowing: Last Poems A154

Sigurdsson, Birgir Ljosid i vatninu A196

Jouet, Jacques Poemes de metro W141

Spark, Muriel Aiding and Abetting A150

Riboulet, Matieu Quelqu’un s’approche 356

Krohn, Leena Mita puut tekevat elokuussa: Seitseman kertomusta

keskenkasvuisille 344

Suomalaisia nykykirjailijoita ed. 403,404,405,A229

Bradbook, B.R. Lorin

Cuoco, intro. Artemio Rodriguez, intro. Alice Copple-Tosic 392

Medina, Enrique La espera infinita A219

Coolidge, Clark On the Nameways vol. Ana Rosa

Nunez et al. Wolf

Kanafani, Ghassan Palestine’s Children: Returning to Haifa and

Other Stories trs. SEE Liang Xiaosheng

Murakami, Haruki Norwegian Wood tr. 361

Berner, Robert L. Sonia Morris, tr. Peter Cole A232

Huang Chun-ming The Taste of Apples tr. Elizabeth Gamble Miller 294

Tschinag, Galsan Der weisse Berg A140

Kiernan, Frances Seeing Mary Plain: A Life of Mary McCarthy W125

Chavez-Silverman, Susana SEE Reading and Writing the Ambiente

X

Jaron, Steven SEE Marcel Cohen

Dharwadker, Vinay SEE A.K. W186

Aldama, Frederick Luis A132,A227

Allen, Roger A111

Archuleta, Elizabeth W185,408

Arnold, A. Dnevnik 393

Nimrod Les jambes d’Alice 305

Russo, Albert Beyond the Great Water 334 — Unmasking Hearts A149

Alvi, Moniza Carrying My Wife A152

Kruger, Michael Die Cellospielerin W146

Gabriel, Philip SEE Senji Kuroi — Gabriel, Philip SEE Haruki

Murakami

Leclair, Bertrand Movi sevaze W144

Beyala, Calixthe Comment cuisiner son mari a l’africaine W93

Davies, Grahame SEE Oxygen

Cusset, Catherine La haine de la famille A170

Suri, Manil The Death of Vishnu A135

Brijs, Stefan Arend W155

Gao Xingjian Soul Mountain tr. Le Clezio: L’erotisme, les

mots A175

Segovia, Tomas Poesia (1943-1997) 2d ed. Luigi

Fontanella A205

Nori, Paolo Spinoza 385

Tomlinson, Charles The Vineyard Above the Sea W122

Brookner, Anita The Bay of Angels A143

Barrento, Joao Umbrais o pequeno livro dos prefacios A235

Kongoli, Fatos Le dragon d’ivoire tr. Imre Goldstein W132

Berelis, Guntis Minotaura medibas W133

Bjornsson, Eysteinn I skugga heimsins W153

Bond, Ruskin Friends in Small Places: Ruskin Bond’s

Unforgettable People A132

Cohen, Marcel Notes tr. A112

Quinlan, Kieran W124

Raizis, M. Gerrit

Komrij 31

Djebar, Assia So Vast the Prison tr. The Nature of Native American Poetry A227

Iser, Wolfgang The Range of Interpretation W193

Fontanella, Luigi SEE Alfredo De Palchi

Valtinos, Thanassis Data from the Decade of the Sixties trs. Lammers W108

Vormweg, Heinrich Der andere Deutsche. Bruce Berlind W51 –

“Breakfast” (poem), tr. tr. Doris Plantus-Runey,

intro. Sebastiano

Martelli A202

Perry, Thomas Amherst Passage to Romania: American Literature in

Romania A233

Gnisci, Armando Una storia diversa A206

Kossuth, Charlotte SEE Juri Rytcheu

Paz Soldan, Edmundo SEE Se habla espanol

Sekatskii, Aleksandr Soblazn i volia: Proza, esseistika 390

Wilbur, Richard Mayflies: New Poems and Translations W123

Chaudhuri, Amit A New World 316

Zagajewski, Adam Another Beauty tr. Fuego que engendra fuego / Fire That Engenders

Fire 398

Critical Essays on Ngugi wa Thiong’o ed. Peter Reich W131

Oster, Pierre Paysage du tout, 1951-2000 pref. trs.

Helena Goscilo et al. William I. Charles Simic, fwd. 335,A146,A148

Nguyen, Dinh-Hoa W111,W112

Noor, Ronny 323,A127

Novikov, Tatyana W168

Obradovic, Biljana D. W18o

Artalejo, Lucrecia A223

Bailey, Sharon M. Jr. Kim

Lefevre W111

Lyngstad, Sverre SEE Knut Hamsun

Copyright 2002 Gale, Cengage Learning. Shaista Sonnu Sirajuddin

324

Johnson, Emily Nikita Khrushchev, Andrei Voznesensky, the

Cold Spring of 1963: Documenting the End of the Post-Stalin Thaw W30

Copple-Tosic, Alice SEE Zoran Zivkovic

King, Bruce Derek Walcott: A Caribbean Life 310

D

Between Lvov, New York and Ulysses’ Ithaca: Jozef Wittlin –

Poet, Essayist, Novelist ed. Hatch 360

Reich-Ranicki, Marcel Mein Leben 370 — SEE Welch ein Leben

Treile, Irbe Princese atver acis: Romans miniaturas 349

Arasanayagam, Jean Colonizer/Colonized: Poems from a Post Colonial

Diary 326

Spianti, Christine Eden Zone W144

Dimitrova, Kristin Popravka na talismani A213

Simic, Charles SEE Tomaz Salamun

E

Wassmo, Herbjorg Det sjuende mote W156

Codrescu, Andrei The Devil Never Sleeps and Other Essays W128

Kottoor, Gopi Father: Wake Us in Passing A133

Clarke, Gillian Five Fields W118

Castel-Bloom, Orly Radikalim Hofshiyyim A231

Weinberger, Eliot Karmic Traces: 1993-1999 A160 — SEE Bei Dao

Jergovic, Miljenko Mama Leone W170

Hamsun, Knut On Overgrown Paths tr. A212

Al-Bazei, Saad Tension in the House: The Contemporary Poetry of

Arabia 267

Adcock, Fleur Poems 1960-2000 W109

Perloff, Marjorie Reflections on the Top Forty A79

Bianchini, Angela The Edge of Europe trs. Bruce Berlind W92

Smith, Zadie White Teeth W116

Davis, Robert Murray Out of the Shadows: Slovene Writing After

Independence W59 — When Was Postmodernism? 295

Ibrahim, Sonallah Charaf ou L’honneur tr. Geoffrey Strachan A177

Liang Xiaosheng Panic and Deaf: Two Modern Satires ed. Eila Kostamo Mirkka Rekola W134

Kao, George SEE Pai Hsien-yung

W

Nguyen Huy Thiep Conte d’amour un soir de pluie tr. Mildred Mortimer A114

Leong, Russell Charles Phoenix Eyes and Other Stories 341

Ginsberg, Allen Spontaneous Mind: Selected Interviews 1958-1996 ed.

David Carter, pref. W132,370(2),A165

Bishop, Michael 360,361,362(2),A178(2)

Bliss, Carolyn 323,A140

Boening, John A237

Boggs, Bruce A224

Booth, Marilyn 403

Boullata, Issa J. Oesters gestoofde pot A190

Belingheri, Daniela SEE Lance Henson

Kelletat, Andreas F. Barbara Harlow Karen E. by the author A209

de Chamberet, Georgia SEE Xcites

Beney, Zsuzsa Ket parton 350

Cheung, Dominic (Chang Ts’o) Drifting A129

Kande, Sylvie Lagon, lagunes: Tableau de memoire postf. Jean

Franco A226

Enchi, Fumiko A Tale of False Fortunes tr. Alberto Vital

W180

Lange, Hartmut Die Bildungsreise A182

Kadare, Ismail Lulet e ftohta te marsit 406 — Froides fleurs

d’avril tr. Andrea G. A160

Morina, Mimmo Alma Mater W163

Duong Thu Huong Memories of a Pure Spring trs. C.N. W120,A222

Wasserman, Kimberly 400

Waters, Chris 310,312

Watts, Richard W144

Whalen, Logan E. Frank van der Leeuw W149

McCurdy, Michael SEE Iris Murdoch

Tarkka, Pekka SEE Suomalaisia nykykirjailijoita

Levi, Primo The Voice of Memory: Interviews 1961-1987 eds. SEE Mempo Giardinelli

Hoffmann, Yoel The Heart Is Katmandu tr. A223

Cohen, Daniel D’humaines conciliations A169

Sontag, Susan In America W117

Lee, Mabel SEE Gao Xingjian

Kuroi, Senji Life in the Cul-de-Sac tr. Philip Gabriel A137

Brook, Victor Hotel “Million Monkeys” and Other Stories

tr. W190,W191

Banerian, James 327(2)

Barnett, Ursula A. Daniela Belingheri W184 — lieder

in der sprache des feindes / songs in the enemy’s language tr.

Dionys Zink, ill. W157,374

Ruckel, Terri Smith W135

Rudnick, Hans H. Getman 408

Confiant, Raphael Le cahier de romances 308

Carver, Raymond Call If You Need Me: The Uncollected Fiction and

Other Prose ed. Wolfgang Riemann

412

Phan Thanh Hao SEE Ma Van Khang

Hjalmarsson, Johann Hljodleikar A194

Franco, Jean SEE Tununa Mercado

Baraheni, Reza Les saisons en enfer du jeune Ayyaz tr. Julia Shirek Smith 358

Jeannet, Angela M. 382

Dukas, Vytas A168

Dziekowicz, Donald J. Nick Carbo Eileen Tabios A141

P

Q

von der Goltz, Hans Die Erben 364

Nankov, Nikita Prazni prikazki W169

Ziolkowski, Theodore The Sin of Knowledge: Ancient Themes and

Modern Variations A238

Kanyadi, Sandor There Is a Land: Selected Poems tr. W123,W193,A238

Ryan, Marleigh Grayer W108

Salih, Sabah A. Lewis Davies Arthur Smith W124

Davis-Undiano, Robert Con A New Era for WLT A5

Komrij, Gerrit SEE De Afrikaanse poezie

Zagdanski, Stephane Pauvre de Gaulle! W139

Hix, H.L. Heinrich Boll: Eine

Biographie A187

Gamboa, Santiago Vida feliz de un joven llamado Esteban 396

Murphy, Richard Collected Poems, 1952-2000 A155

Hout, Syrine C. A222

Y

Vicent, Manuel Son de mar 396 — La novia de Matisse A221

Onwueme, Osonye Tess Shakara Dance-Hall Queen: A Play About Mothers

Daughters 310

Mortimer, Mildred SEE Leila Sebbar

Biumi, Enea Bosinata 384

Angelides, Claire Venerable Lady, the Sea tr. W144

Earnshaw, Doris A157,A158

Economou, George 333

Ehrlich, Nina 367

Elgaard, Elin A162

Ellis, Cath 313

Elsie, Robert W185,W186(2),406(2)

Evans, Jane E. Mabel Lee W101

Dichter, Wilhelm Szkota bezboznikow W171

Zivkovic, Zoran Time Gifts tr. Ora Cummings W194

Ernaux, Annie L’evenement W136

Kapantai, Izmini I Floria ton neron W187

Konrad, George The Invisible Voice: Meditations on Jewish Themes

tr. W138,360

Hutchings, William 329,342

Ingwersen, Faith A198

Ireland, Susan 307,A113

Isaacson, Lanae Hjortsvang W154(2),373(2),374,377,A189(2),

A190,A194

Iwamoto, Yoshio 321,A137

Jacobs, Rita D. Talking About O’Dwyer W10 — The Writer at Work:

Essays A140

Haydar, Paula SEE Rashid al-Daif

Deville, Patrick Ces deux-la A171

Akash, Munir SEE Post-Gibran

Schulte, Rainer The Fallible Canon: The Struggle Between Omissions

and Additions A81

Santos, Rosario SEE The Fat Man from La Paz

Runge, Doris trittfeste schatten A185

St. W160,383,384,A202

Cranston, Mechthild W141,A173,A178

Czerwinski, E.J. Jr. SEE Angela Bianchini

Reid, Robin Anne Ray Bradbury: A Critical Companion 341

Jomy, Alain Heureux comme a Monterey W137

Cortes, Carles Veu de dona A230

De Carlo, Andrea Macno W162

Atiya, Nayra SEE Out El Kouloud

Leong Liew Geok Women Without Men A141

Naqvi, Maniza On Air 323

Crouse, Timothy SEE Roger Martin du Gard

Suarez, Lucia M. 329

Seidel, Frederick Life on Earth A158

Garcia, Rupert SEE Juan Felipe Herrera

Ozick, Cynthia Quarrel Quandary 339

Xcites: The Flamingo Book of New French Writing ed. Stull, fwd. A84

Mahfuz, Najib front cover of Spring issue

Matar, Muhammad ‘Afifi 275

Milosz, Czeslaw W54

Miller, Elizabeth Gamble 294

Morris, Mervyn W3, W77

Pineau, Gisele front cover of Summer/Autumn issue, A8, A17

Rio, Nela 299

Rivera, Tomas W82

Rodriguez, Claudio 294

Salamun, Tomaz W61

Scliar, Moacyr A90, back cover of Summer/Autumn issue

Sorbian festival processions A42

Sorbian signposts A45

Syrian bottle 201, 224

Taha, Mahmoud Ceramics and Calligraphy 202, 203

Voznesensky, Andrei W35 — Portrait of Allen Ginsberg W30 — Fresh

Vegetables Face W32 — Nabokov W33

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Leviant, Curt SEE Isaac Bashevis Singer

Ziolkowski, Theodore WLT’s “Top 40″ A78

Bhalla, Alok SEE Nirmal Verma

Vignisson, Runar Helgi i allri sinni nekt 378

Latrobe, Kathy Children’s Literature: International

Perspectives A98

Laurrent, Eric Dehors W138

Gutierrez Revuelta, Pedro La nariz de Nefertiti y otros poemas 397

Nye, Robert Mrs. W102,A130

Wu, Fatima W101,W102,A131

Wylie, Hal W96,326

Zabus, Chantal W138,351

Zdanys, Jonas 349

Zimmermann, Ulf W147,364,365,A182,A183

Ziolkowski, Margaret 389

Ziolkowski, Theodore 366,A187

Zurowsky, Jaroslaw W176,A218

Zyla, Wolodymyr T. Marco

Belpoliti Robert Gordon, tr. Moisson de cranes: Textes pour le Rwanda W93

– Rift Routes Rails: Variations romanesques 305

Murdoch, Iris Something Special: A Story ill. Roma

Franko W175

Sebbar, Leila Silence on the Shores tr

Mideast crude tanker rates negative, supply bites | Reuters

Gulf were at W47.00 from

W47.07 on Friday and W47.39 last Monday.

“Currently in the (MEG), the August cargo program has three

vessels for every one cargo, and September cargoes have been

slow to hit the market.”

The world’s benchmark VLCC export TD3 route from the Middle

East Gulf (MEG) to Japan DFRT-ME-JAP slipped to W45.31 in the

Worldscale measure of freight rates, or -$801 a day when

translated into average earnings, from W45.91 or $167 a day on

Friday and W46.09 or -$110 a day last Monday.

“Although the MEG VLCC market was active last week, the rate

action was relatively uneventful … Based upon the lower bunker

prices, daily returns for owners were effectively the same,”

said broker SSY.

Prior to the move higher in June, VLCC rates had hovered for

several weeks around or below operating costs, estimated around

the $10,000 a day level, as the market had struggled with

growing tanker availability despite healthy crude oil demand.

* Lower bunker fuel costs seen not enough to help rate rout

“The aframax sector is also fundamentally oversupplied with

tonnage, particular in the Mediterranean and Baltic Sea,” Cantor

Fitzgerald said.

Average VLCC earnings had pushed above $10,000 a day from

June 8 before dropping again below the key level on June 27.

They have remained below $10,000 a day since then and have been

negative since Aug. They stayed negative for seven sessions before moving back

into positive territory.

VLCC rates from the Gulf to the United States DFRT-ME-USG

were at W35.08 from W35.14 on Friday and W37.00 last Monday.

VLCC rates from West Africa to the U.S. “The area is still oversupplied with tonnage, in our

opinion, and the increase in rates was likely more driven by

lower bunker fuel prices instead of an improving demand dynamic,

we suggest,” Cantor Fitzgerald said, referring to the suezmax

market.

(editing by Jane Baird)

LONDON, Aug 15 (Reuters) – Crude oil tanker rates on the

major Middle East route fell on Monday back below levels that

allow operators to cover fuel and other variable voyage costs as

a glut of ships put pressure on the market despite a fall in

bunker fuel costs.

By Jonathan Saul

AFRAMAX, SUEZMAX

Frontline , the world’s largest independent tanker

operator, said this month it was pulling some of its largest

crude oil carriers from the market to limit its losses.

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In recent weeks the aframax Med market has been hit by

turmoil in Libya, which has reduced demand for tankers. 1.

VLCC operating costs including fixed costs are estimated at

around the $10,000 a day level.

Cross-Mediterranean aframax tanker rates reached W89.18 from

W88.63 on Friday and W88.13 last Monday.

Rates for suezmax tankers on the Black Sea to Med route to

reached W72.08 from W71.15 on Friday and W72.69 last Monday.. Conflict

in Syria has also contributed to the flat to weak market tone.

* Market seen staying pressured

Average earnings are calculated less costs including bunker

fuel and port fees.

“Rates will likely remain under pressure on the benchmark

TD3 route in the near term as the August cargo program comes to

a close and the forward position list remains bloated at 91

vessels,” Deutsche Bank said on Monday.

VLCC rates have been volatile in recent months due to a

supply overhang caused in part by the end of a trading play,

which led to storage of millions of barrels of crude oil on

tankers at sea.

“Ships are expected to disappear slowly from position lists,

with no great change in rates, with oil prices likely to be the

driver behind any changes. September stems may start to appear

in the coming days, but there is ample supply to cover them.”

Rates turned negative for the first time on Aug. 1 since the

Baltic Exchange started collating earnings equivalent data in

2008

Walmart To Require Meat Suppliers Provide Data On Antibiotics Use

“Routine use, whether it be for growth promotion or disease prevention, creates the same public health risk, and should thus be explicitly restricted in Walmart’s policy.”

Walmart is also asking suppliers to adopt and implement the FDA’s Voluntary Guidance for Industry #209, which includes ceasing the use of antibiotics for growth promotion. “While transparency is definitely needed, continued routine use of antibiotics for disease prevention does not meet consumer expectations,” she explains.

While these principles do stress that antimicrobial use should be limited and targeted, they don’t draw a hard line against the prophylactic use of antibiotics that concerns many public health advocates. The overuse of antibiotics results in the development of drug-resistant pathogens, thus making the antibiotics less effective and requiring more potent drugs. Rather, the principles state that it shouldn’t be “utilized as standard practice” and that metaphylaxis — the mass use of low-dose antibiotics — “should be actively discouraged.”

This is the sort of transparency that advocates have been calling on the FDA to require from drug companies and farmers. Some suppliers contend that growth promotion was always just a positive result of using antibiotics for disease prevention. But it’s actually lagging behind the industry leaders,” he writes, citing more definitive antibiotics-related moves by McDonald’s, Chick fil-A, Perdue, and Tyson.

If suppliers implement these principles as written, then it should cut down on some antibiotic overuse, though some will continue to argue the necessity of prophylactic drug use..

Grooters also calls out Walmart for not using its leverage as the country’s largest supermarket chain to demand more far-reaching changes to its suppliers’ antibiotic use practices. The agency recently proposed a rule that would break down antibiotic use based on the type of livestock receiving the drug, but will still keep consumers in the dark about how many drugs your average cow, pig, or chicken is ingesting each day.

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But this just brings up the loophole of preventative prophylactic use again.

The final prong of the Walmart antibiotic trident is also the one that offers the most promise: Requiring that suppliers report on their antibiotics management practices, and that these reports be made public annually. “This important step forward will position Walmart to analyze the antibiotic use practices and whether medically important antibiotics are used and for what purposes.”

“All those antibiotics-exposed animals become potential incubators for the development and spread of drug-resistant bacteria,” writes David Wallinga, MD, for the Natural Resources Defense Council, “and ultimately undercut the future effectiveness of antibiotics when actually needed to treat infections.”

“Walmart wants to present its announcement as a step forward on responsible antibiotic use. Some of the nation’s biggest buyers of meat are making the switch toward purchasing antibiotic-free meat (or meat that is only given drugs not deemed medically important to humans), and today Walmart said it will begin collecting and sharing data on the antibiotics used by its meat suppliers.

The nation’s biggest retailer is taking a three-pronged approach to this transparency effort, which will hopefully result in reduced levels of antibiotic use.

“In seeking transparency from their suppliers, Walmart is responding to consumer demand for knowledge in how their food is produced,” says Susan Grooters, policy analyst for Keep Antibiotics Working.

Walmart To Require Meat Suppliers Provide Data On Antibiotics Use – Consumerist

Wallinga describes the Walmart news as more business as usual.

(Kyle Herzig)

(Kyle Herzig)

Antibiotics used on farm animals account for more than 80% of all antibiotics sold in the U.S., and many of these drugs are medically important to the health of human beings.

First, it is asking suppliers to adopt and implement the American Veterinary Medical Association’s Judicious Use Principles for antimicrobials

CNN – Report: Stolen data gives China advanced nuclear know-how

“To advertise in some cases something about their strength that they want you to know; in other cases, to promote disinformation.”

. intelligence has determined the technology espionage by the Chinese, dating back to the late 1970s and continuing through the 1980s and ’90s, “has leaped, in a handful of years, from 1950s-era strategic nuclear capabilities to the more modern thermonuclear weapon design.”

“It means that we’re going to be preparing ourselves to defend against American technology used against us,” said Rep. you can learn a great deal about military matters in the United States,” Cox said.

Those weapons “may be tested in 1999 and could be deployed as soon as 2002,” the report states.

Cox also has accused China of obtaining information through the use of “front companies” in the United States — a method he said is “far broader than previously realized.”

The report credits Energy Secretary Bill Richardson for making long-needed security improvements to the nation’s vulnerable nuclear labs, run by the Department of Energy.


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U.S. design information during the next decade, according to a congressional report on Chinese nuclear espionage that will be released officially Tuesday.

Bob Franken and Pierre Thomas contributed to this report.

In March, Richardson fired a longtime scientist at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, Wen Ho Lee, because of security violations as well as suspicions of espionage.

But following the failures of some of those launches, U.S. neutron bomb and every warhead in the U.S.

‘It’s not good news’

According to the Cox report, China penetrated U.S. missile guidance systems through satellite launch deals with American companies.

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Also among the purloined blueprints for weapons of mass destruction: the W-88 warhead, described as “the most sophisticated nuclear weapon the United States has ever built.”

The CIA later determined that the person who turned over the document worked for Chinese intelligence.

“It does make one wonder how it is, how others who possessed this information could so readily have dismissed it, or not acted upon it,” Cox said.

The report concludes: Chinese “penetration of our national weapons laboratories spans at least the past several decades and almost certainly continues today.”

‘China’s appetite … satellite manufacturers Loral Corp. All of the weapons could target the United States.

May 24, 1999

Web posted at: 10:42 p.m. “Ballistic and space launch programs have long been intertwined.”

“It’s not good news,” he said. companies seeking waivers to launch satellites on Chinese rockets.

“There are a number of reasons that intelligence services direct information this way,” Cox said. “The world is a lot less safer today as a consequence of these thefts.”

The House investigative committee was formed in the wake of accusations that campaign contributions might have influenced the Clinton administration to give favorable trade treatment to U.S. nuclear arsenal — including those for the MX Peacekeeper and Minuteman III missiles.

The sharpest criticism for the theft of U.S. State Department issues travel warning for China

May 10, 1999

“It means that in addition to paying for our own defense, we are actually paying to arm a potential adversary,” Cox said.

“What the PRC (People’s Republic of China) has stolen has enabled them to jump over decades of incremental development that were necessary, for example, for the United States,” said Cox.

Details of the Cox report have been trickling out for weeks amid a growing criticism of the Clinton administration’s response to fix the security lapse after it was exposed in 1995.

According to investigators, the CIA first learned of the extent of the Chinese espionage in 1995 when a Chinese national approached the agency and turned over a secret Chinese government document.

“Some of the most significant thefts have occurred during the last four years,” Cox said.

Chinese knowledge increased by decades

According to the report, U.S. EDT (0242 GMT)

WASHINGTON (CNN) — China could begin production of advanced thermonuclear weapons based on stolen U.S. nuclear secrets is directed toward the Clinton administration and how slowly it reacted when word of the espionage surfaced.

“In many cases, a little piece of information might seem innocuous, but if you collect enough of them through the so-called matrix technique … submarine radar technology and illegally obtained secrets about U.S. and Hughes Electronics allegedly gave China unauthorized design information. Such information would likely find its way into the PRC’s ballistic missile program,” the congressional report said. nuclear labs, stealing secrets about the U.S. insatiable’

The report by his committee said “China’s appetite for information and technology appears to be insatiable and the energy devoted to the task enormous.”

The report also reveals allegations that China stole design information about U.S

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Column: FIFA presidency no laughing matter as would-be candidate becomes frontman for gambling

And how about this blurb from Sky Bet, title sponsor since 2013 of England’s three divisions below the Premier League. “It’s great for Paddy Power. Write to him at jleicester@ap.org or follow him at http://twitter.com/johnleicester

Whoa. The increase was three-fold for children aged 4-15.

John Leicester is an international sports columnist for The Associated Press. It won’t happen; FIFA’s ethics rules should see to that. That much was clear from the Paddy Power branding.

And that isn’t funny at all.

All this in a sport grappling with the increasing danger of gambling-related match-fixing and with ample examples of gambling-addicted players who frittered away their wealth.

Sports and gambling have, of course, long gone together, feeding off each other’s success and growth. Villa’s shirt sponsor is dafabet, a name that works better in Chinese, where “dafa” means “big wealth.” Stoke and Burnley players are billboards for Bet365 and Fun88 (another name that plays on the Chinese word to get rich).

Imagine, for a moment, a Paddy Power-financed FIFA president. So silky as a player for Newcastle and Tottenham; so ridiculous now with his car-crash campaign for the FIFA presidency.

PARIS –  Don’t laugh. Bet some more.

Twaddle takes a very dim view of Ginola’s Paddy Power-backed grab for FIFA.

“It just makes like a mockery of football.”

That is the message that football, more than most other sports, is mainlining into our homes, helped by names like Ginola and teams lending their cachet, stadiums, jerseys and players to the industry that had cash to splash when the 2008 financial crisis hobbled other sponsors.

One of those is Kevin Twaddle, a former player for Motherwell and other Scottish clubs who told his story in the biography, “Life On The Line: How to Lose a Million and So Much More.” He no longer gambles and has delivered talks to other players about the risks.

But that’s not the point here. What ever happened to sport for sport’s sake, for the buzz of competition, not a bet? How quaint. Hull against Aston Villa on Feb. It reads like a plug for Fifty Shades of Grey.

“I’m here today to talk about love” were the Frenchman’s seductive opening words at his campaign launch in London this month.

Sport “matters more when there’s money on it,” it says. After Thursday’s passing of the entry deadline, “Team Ginola” should fade away.

“It’s eyeballs we’re after,” 12Bet executive Rory Anderson, quoted in the Daily Mail, said when the online bookmaker became the name on Hull City’s shirt for this Premier League season.

But gambling advertising wasn’t as in-your-face as now. There’s nothing funny about the gambling industry’s latest wheeze to sink its teeth even deeper into football and its fans.

Bet. “There’s more passion, more pleasure and more pain.”

Asking your kids to make tea during half-time breaks won’t shield them from the bombardment, not with gambling ads flashing throughout matches on pitch-side light-boards. But the mere thought of the gambling industry even attempting to place a stooge at the very top of football makes the prospect of another Blatter term seem perhaps not quite so bad.

We’re talking here about David Ginola. That was before online bookmakers offered odds on anything and everything, from match results and goals scored to which team will win the coin toss or take the first corner, and before their relentless advertising.

. Bet again. FIFA’s election and ethics rules will almost certainly keep him off the May ballot. Tuning in for results of football betting pools, which offered big jackpots for small stakes, was a Saturday afternoon ritual for many 20th Century English families.

___

“It’s an absolute disgrace,” he said in a phone interview. This was about making a splash. In the UK, which liberalized gambling advertising in 2007, adults’ exposure to gambling commercials on television soared five-fold in eight years to 2012, regulator Ofcom found. In pocketing 250,000 pounds (335,000 euros; US$375,000) from bookmaker Paddy Power for this stunt, Ginola became the latest Trojan horse in the gambling and gaming industry’s creeping and creepy embrace of football.

But the targets were our wallets and spending habits, not our hearts. But I mean you’re talking about one of the biggest, powerfulest jobs in football and all you’re getting to hear about is Paddy Power.”

Ginola has zero chance of unseating Sepp Blatter. 10 will pit two Asian online bookmakers against each other

Philippine Graft and Corruption

We can only imagine what the country would look like if these funds had been properly spent, but certainly there would be less poverty and more “island paradise.” The officials who squander the country’s resources have a stranglehold on the development and prosperity of the entire nation.

4. (PERC), a Hong Kong firm specializing in strategic business information and analysis, were Indonesia and Vietnam.[3] In 2007, the Philippines dropped to last place of the 13 Asian economies studied by PERC.[4]

Among the challenges to national development in the Philippines are graft and corruption, which are manifest in many various forms including bribery, kickbacks, embezzlement, vote buying, cronyism, and nepotism. Corruption Perceptions Index 2006 (Table 1), Global Corruption Report 2007, Transparency International

Billions allocated to infrastructure projects, community development, and improving the lives and health of the Filipino people have gone into individuals’ pockets, or Swiss bank accounts, instead of designated projects. Philippine Daily Inquirer, June 10, 1999, as cited in “Graft and Corruption: the Philippine Experience,” op. 502

7. cit., p. So, the Philippines has a relatively poor ranking, but quantifying graft gives a better idea of the impact on the nation. “Philippines More Corrupt Than Indonesia, Poll Says,” Katherine Espina, Bloomberg.com, March 13, 2007

The Marcos regime, which has been described as a kleptocracy, literally “rule by thieves,” made the Guinness Book of World Records in the late 1980s as the most corrupt government of all time.[1] Fortunately, the situation has improved. cit., p. 504

Corruption has both political and socio-cultural roots: the political system and its institutions allow graft and corruption to flourish, but it is people, not institutions, who are robbing government funds. Additionally, corruption facilitates criminal enterprises such as black marketing and illegal gambling syndicates, both also prevalent.. 56, p. Corruption in Asia (Graph), Excerpt from Asian Intelligence Issue #701, March 1, 2006, Political Economic Risk Consultancy, Ltd.

References

1. Philippine Daily Inquirer, July 10, 1999, as cited in “Graft and Corruption: the Philippine Experience,” op. In September 1998, President Estrada said stealing would waste roughly 100 billion pesos (approximately USD2.5 billion), which translates to about 20% of the national budget proposed for 1999![5] In June 1999, President Estrada consistently applied this percentage, stating that 24.1 billion pesos (about USD600 million), or 20% of all government project funds spent the previous year, were lost to graft and corruption.[6] The following month, Philippine Ombudsman Aniano Desierto claimed the government lost 1.4 trillion pesos (perhaps USD100 billion, varying exchange rate over 11 years) since 1988 when the Office began investigating government corruption, and continues to lose 100 million pesos daily, or 36.5 billion (roughly USD940 million) annually.[7] (The Office of the Ombudsman is a special independent body to support the principles of honesty, integrity, and public accountability and to serve as the people’s protector and watchdog.) Although there is some variance in the figures, they serve to indicate the scale of graft.

6. This article attempts to give an idea of the magnitude of the problem, while subsequent essays will focus on how some political institutions foster graft and corruption, and on socio-cultural aspects which seem to encourage taking opportunities to steal public funds.

8. 501

It is difficult to quantify other costs of corruption, such as potential revenue lost to thriving black market industries, and foreign and domestic capital, businesses, and jobs these businesses would have created, all sources of new tax revenue, lost due to the high-risk investment climate caused by corruption. “Graft and Corruption: the Philippine Experience,” Nelson Nogot Moratalla, Deputy Director/ Dean of Academics, Philippine National Police Academy, Philippine Public Safety College, 113th International Training Course Participants’ Papers, Resource Material Series No. Additionally, it is likely that the many billions of pesos (estimated at 13 billion annually [8]) collected by illegal gambling syndicates, which could not operate without government acquiescence, come mainly from the poor who most need the government’s help and protection.

2. 504

5. This travesty results in untold misery now, and guarantees more in the future. “‘Jueteng’ back in 7 provinces, says Archbishop Cruz,” Philippine Daily Inquirer, June 29, 2005

3. Philippine Daily Inquirer, September 7, 1998, as cited in “Graft and Corruption: the Philippine Experience,” p. In 2006, Transparency International, the Berlin-based non-profit, non-partisan organization founded in 1993 to curb corruption in international transactions, rated the Philippines less corrupt than 51 of 163 nations, but ranking among Asian nations is not good.[2] The only Asian nations in 2006 receiving a worse rating than the Philippines from the Political Economic Risk Consultancy, Ltd

Column: FIFA presidency no laughing matter as would-be candidate becomes frontman for gambling

So silky as a player for Newcastle and Tottenham; so ridiculous now with his car-crash campaign for the FIFA presidency.

“It just makes like a mockery of football.”

That is the message that football, more than most other sports, is mainlining into our homes, helped by names like Ginola and teams lending their cachet, stadiums, jerseys and players to the industry that had cash to splash when the 2008 financial crisis hobbled other sponsors.

But gambling advertising wasn’t as in-your-face as now. But the mere thought of the gambling industry even attempting to place a stooge at the very top of football makes the prospect of another Blatter term seem perhaps not quite so bad.

___

We’re talking here about David Ginola. It reads like a plug for Fifty Shades of Grey.

“I’m here today to talk about love” were the Frenchman’s seductive opening words at his campaign launch in London this month.

John Leicester is an international sports columnist for The Associated Press. But I mean you’re talking about one of the biggest, powerfulest jobs in football and all you’re getting to hear about is Paddy Power.”

“It’s eyeballs we’re after,” 12Bet executive Rory Anderson, quoted in the Daily Mail, said when the online bookmaker became the name on Hull City’s shirt for this Premier League season.

Twaddle takes a very dim view of Ginola’s Paddy Power-backed grab for FIFA.

Ginola has zero chance of unseating Sepp Blatter. This was about making a splash. Villa’s shirt sponsor is dafabet, a name that works better in Chinese, where “dafa” means “big wealth.” Stoke and Burnley players are billboards for Bet365 and Fun88 (another name that plays on the Chinese word to get rich).

And how about this blurb from Sky Bet, title sponsor since 2013 of England’s three divisions below the Premier League. FIFA’s election and ethics rules will almost certainly keep him off the May ballot. In pocketing 250,000 pounds (335,000 euros; US$375,000) from bookmaker Paddy Power for this stunt, Ginola became the latest Trojan horse in the gambling and gaming industry’s creeping and creepy embrace of football.

“It’s an absolute disgrace,” he said in a phone interview. After Thursday’s passing of the entry deadline, “Team Ginola” should fade away.

One of those is Kevin Twaddle, a former player for Motherwell and other Scottish clubs who told his story in the biography, “Life On The Line: How to Lose a Million and So Much More.” He no longer gambles and has delivered talks to other players about the risks.

Asking your kids to make tea during half-time breaks won’t shield them from the bombardment, not with gambling ads flashing throughout matches on pitch-side light-boards. It won’t happen; FIFA’s ethics rules should see to that. Bet again. “It’s great for Paddy Power. There’s nothing funny about the gambling industry’s latest wheeze to sink its teeth even deeper into football and its fans.

Imagine, for a moment, a Paddy Power-financed FIFA president. That much was clear from the Paddy Power branding.

Sport “matters more when there’s money on it,” it says.

PARIS –  Don’t laugh. “There’s more passion, more pleasure and more pain.”

All this in a sport grappling with the increasing danger of gambling-related match-fixing and with ample examples of gambling-addicted players who frittered away their wealth.

And that isn’t funny at all.

But that’s not the point here. Tuning in for results of football betting pools, which offered big jackpots for small stakes, was a Saturday afternoon ritual for many 20th Century English families.

. Write to him at jleicester@ap.org or follow him at http://twitter.com/johnleicester

Bet. What ever happened to sport for sport’s sake, for the buzz of competition, not a bet? How quaint. 10 will pit two Asian online bookmakers against each other. In the UK, which liberalized gambling advertising in 2007, adults’ exposure to gambling commercials on television soared five-fold in eight years to 2012, regulator Ofcom found. That was before online bookmakers offered odds on anything and everything, from match results and goals scored to which team will win the coin toss or take the first corner, and before their relentless advertising.

But the targets were our wallets and spending habits, not our hearts. The increase was three-fold for children aged 4-15.

Whoa. Bet some more.

Sports and gambling have, of course, long gone together, feeding off each other’s success and growth. Hull against Aston Villa on Feb

Gambling Blamed In Bank Rob Case

This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. He was released Saturday after posting $100,000 bond, a prison spokesman said. Sanctions can range from a warning to expulsion.

One of his frat brothers, Patrick Thornton, described Hogan as “very energetic,” the sort of student who would cheer on the college football team wearing body paint.

Hogan graduated in 2004 from the University School, an upscale private school in suburban Cleveland. 12, 2005, was allegedly robbed Friday Dec. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Jan. They say he got away with $2,871.

© 2005 The Associated Press. His father, the Rev. 9, 2005, by Lehigh University sophomore class president Greg Hogan.

AP

Hogan is the son of a Baptist minister. seen Monday Dec. He says, “His gambling addiction led him to make a terrible, terrible mistake.”

“It’s by far the most interesting story we’ve ever encountered here,” added Thornton, editor of The Brown and White, the student newspaper.

As Lehigh University students prepared for final exams this week, they found themselves grappling with the news that the sophomore class president had been arrested for allegedly robbing a bank.

Hogan, the son of a Baptist minister, was picked up at his social fraternity house later that evening and charged with robbery, theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property.

“I believe once all the facts are reviewed and uncovered, the conclusion will be reached that he (Wallen) had in fact nothing to do with the crimes with which the other individual is charged,” Longenbach said.

Police told The Morning Call of Allentown that Hogan admitted robbing the bank. “You have to question his reasoning, obviously. Authorities say he handed a note to a teller at a Wachovia Bank branch in Allentown, Pennsylvania on Friday, saying he had a gun and wanted money. He was picked up at his frat house later Friday and charged with robbery.

“You have to think of how much he had going for him, class president, studying at Lehigh,” said Steve A. All Rights Reserved. 31.. He says Hogan had been playing over the Internet for months to blow off steam, and that the hobby quickly became an addiction.

Hogan is also a cellist in the university’s orchestra.

A Wachovia Bank branch in Allentown, Pa. Juisti, 19, a sophomore civil engineering student from Upper Darby. The big question is why.”

The sophomore class president at Lehigh University in Pennsylvania — accused of robbing a bank — may have been trying to feed an intense gambling habit.

His lawyer says 19-year-old Greg Hogan had lost about $5,000 playing online poker.

The university’s student Senate president, Kip Wallen, drove Hogan to the bank, but had no idea that Hogan allegedly intended to rob it, said Wallen’s lawyer, Karl Longenbach. Wallen has not been charged.

When a student is charged with a crime, the university’s Office of Student Conduct, a disciplinary committee of teachers, staff and students, decides what action to take regarding the student’s status at the school, said Dina Silver, a school spokeswoman. Gregory J. Hogan, is the pastor of First Baptist Church of Barberton in Barberton, Ohio, and has served as a city councilman in Seven Hills, Ohio.

“I didn’t believe it when I first heard it,” Kathryn Susman, an 18-year-old engineering student from Hereford, Maryland, said Monday.

His lawyer says Hogan is “one of the nicest kids” he’s ever met