Stanford Today
March/April 1996


Thirteen Books of Creative Writing Program Alumni.

The
House
That
Stegner
Built





The Author’s Legacy
Is Still Alive



SPECIAL SECTION: Fifty Years of Creative Writing

An essay by Elizabeth Tallent, comments from graduates, reflections from Mary Page Stegner and a new short story celebrate the first half-century of the Creative Writing Program.
FORUM: History Lessons

Six Experts discussed and debated the lessons of history at a Homecoming panel last fall titled, “From the ’60s to the ’90s.”
ESSAY: Continents Apart

Civil rights advocates in the United States and South Africa have much to learn from each other. By George M. Fredrickson


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MARCH/APRIL 1996

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 About the Sixties

 Essay
 Continents Apart

 Creative Writing
 The Big X
 Stegner's Legacy
 Short Story

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