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EastWesterly Review
Issue 6 - Summer 2001

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Foundling Theory Fund: Profile of Wilhelm von Amsteln Gastwirt (1847-1914)
by E.W. Wilder

Foundling Theory Fund: The Marriage of Three Theories
by Fatima Blondell

Criticism and Comments

The Accidental Genius: Inside The Mind of America's Only Autistic Film Director
by Liam Lingham

'A Little Dab’ll Do Ya’: Homoeopathy in Romantic Literature
by E.W. Wilder

Optional Death in the Postmodern Narrative
by John Hulsman

"What About [Guido's] Vaunted Virility?": Castration Anxiety in 's Harem Scene
by Francine DuBois

A Case Study in Ambiguity, Assumption and Intertextuality: An Orange Juice Label
by Christopher Orson Spencer

Poetry and Fiction

Bean Down So Long . . . (Introduction to poem by Newton)
by E.W. Wilder

1.77.92.5E
by Bean Newton

Portrait of the Artist as a Blocked Artery
by Charles V. Gustavsen

Banned Name
by Charles V. Gustavsen

Culture Stock
by Charles V. Gustavsen

Selections from the "Intellectual Properties" Series
by Charles V. Gustavsen

Shrinkwrap
by Charles V. Gustavsen

Social Contract
by Charles V. Gustavsen

Found Poetry
by Charles V. Gustavsen

Any Coincidence Is . . .
(Chapter 11-20 of a serialized novella)
by Daniel Callahan

Work is in continual state of editing: see author's webpage for most final version

Found Art
A Rain Forest Died For Their Sins: The Plague of Memos
by Anonymous

Take2: Issue 8
poems by Francine DuBois and Hezekiah Allen Taylor

I Think She Needs a Sugar Daddy, Or At Least Someone With a Better Bathroom
Francine DuBois' version
Hezekiah Allen Taylor's version

Black Hair, As Black As My Soul
Francine DuBois' version
Hezekiah Allen Taylor's version

Great Rack . . .
Francine DuBois' version
Hezekiah Allen Taylor's version

All Cats Fear the Plunger
Francine DuBois' version
Hezekiah Allen Taylor's version

Roasty Toasty Princess
Francine DuBois' version
Hezekiah Allen Taylor's version

The Washing Machine is Quiet on Blue Moons
Francine DuBois' version
Hezekiah Allen Taylor's version

Where's My Pants?
Francine DuBois' version
Hezekiah Allen Taylor's version

Warmest Thing Known
Francine DuBois' version
Hezekiah Allen Taylor's version

Men Who Idolize Frank Sinatra
Francine DuBois' version
Hezekiah Allen Taylor's version

How to Write an Essay About Flowers
Francine DuBois' version
Hezekiah Allen Taylor's version

The Inspiration Behind Issue 8

The Take2 Homepage

The Take2 FAQ