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What Is What Was
What Is What Was, <i>What Is What Was</i>, Richard Stern's fifth orderly miscellany, is the first to meaningfully combine his fiction and nonfiction. Stories, such as the already well-known My Ex, the Moral Philosopher, appear among portraits (of the sort Hugh Kenner p, What Is What Was has a rating of 3.5 stars
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  • What Is What Was
  • Written by author Richard Stern
  • Published by University of Chicago Press, October 2002
  • What Is What Was, Richard Stern's fifth "orderly miscellany," is the first to meaningfully combine his fiction and nonfiction. Stories, such as the already well-known "My Ex, the Moral Philosopher," appear among portraits (of the sort Hugh Kenner p
  • What Is What Was, Richard Stern's fifth "orderly miscellany," is the first to meaningfully combine his fiction and nonfiction. Stories, such as the already well-known "My Ex, the Moral Philosopher," appear among portraits (of the sort Hugh Kenner p
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Preface
With Auden3
Remembering Pound13
Ralph Ellison23
Studs: WFMT, April 7, 199528
A Very Few Memories of Don Justice42
The Venetian Sculptress47
Ray West and the Iowa Writers' Workshop52
My Ex, the Moral Philosopher57
Where the Chips Fall67
Wimbledon, 199272
James, the Traveler85
Going and Coming: On Celati's Adventures in Africa88
An Indiana Library92
My Chicago93
The Chicago Writer's City96
Books and Chicago, Chicago and Books106
A Glance at Bellow in Chicago, 1993110
Chicago, in the Depths of Feeling115
Over the Hill125
On Atlas on Bellow129
Bertrand Russell136
Misunderstanding Carnap139
W. C. Fields140
Hannah Arendt and Martin Heidegger143
Jung147
The Outsider Inside151
Benjamin's Way155
Almonds159
Warriors of the Open, 1996183
Tears, Idle Tears, I Now Know What They Mean187
King of a Rainy Country190
Logging Expiation193
Montaigne in Illinois195
Ozick on Kafka, Frank, and Ozick198
Jane Jacobs's Ideas201
Our Regenstein205
Chipping at the Schools207
From Van Meegeren to Van Blederen211
Dark Energy, Dark Matter, and the Waves of Genesis213
Eliminating the National Debt217
His Good Name219
Letter to the Editor, New York Times222
To Go with an Old Necklace223
Statement for the Meeting of the University of Chicago Senate on April 29, 1986224
A Few Words from Someone Who's Written a Few Too Many226
A Few Things American Fiction Says231
Malamud's Stories242
His Other Life245
Austin Wright248
Vidal in Conclusion250
Updike's Brushstroke254
Fictionally De-Cubaed258
Rupert Thompson261
Call It Recall264
Killing Chic267
For John Wallace273
The Ones Who Do Things for Us279
Edward Levi281
Arthur Heiserman285
Imre Horner288
Misremembering Montale291
Words about Hugh292
For Ernest Sirluck294
For Leon Forrest296
An Old Writer Looks at Himself299
Monologue310
Acknowledgments317


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