John Miles Foley, Founding Editor

Frederick Turner

Frederick Turner (University of Texas, Dallas), former editor of the Kenyon Review, is at home in anthropology and modern science as well as literary studies. He also is a wellpublished poet, whose book-length epic poem The New World appeared in 1985. His essays range from an examination of reflexivity in Thoreau to a study of space and time in Chinese verse, and on to the collection entitled Natural Classicism (1985).

Articles by Frederick Turner

Performed Being: Word Art as a Human Inheritance

Volume 1, Issue 1 (January, 1986)

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