Fr public concert Presented by the UNC
Men's and Women's Glee Clubs at 8 p.m. in Hill
Hall. Works by Franz Schubert and Vaughn
Williams will be featured.
Chrlttmaa concert - The Romance
Language Chorale presents its annual Christmas
concert at 8 p.m. in Gerrard Hall. The ensemble
will perform Vivaldi's Gloria, excerpts from
Handel's Messiah and French and Spanish
Christmas music. The concert is free and open to
Beyond the Fringe Presented Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday by the North Carolina
Shakespeare Festival Off Season Players.
Performances at 7 and 9 p.m. at the Ranch House
on Airport Road. Call 942-5 155 for reservations.
Tickets, $4 for adults and $.1 for students.
Monday Night Football The Oakland
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America Salutes the Queen Julie
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host Bob Hope in a gala honoring the Queen's
Silver Jubilee. The special originates from the
London Palladium with Her Majesty, Queen
Elizabeth II, and her husband, His Royal
H ighness, The Duke of Edinburgh, in attendance.
At 8 p.m. on Channel 28.
The Good Old Days of Radio Steve Allen
hosts this nostalgic salute to the early days of
radio. Includes appearances by scores of radio
greats and numerous classic audio and film clips.
At 9:30 p.m. on Channel 4.
Blng Crosby's Merrie Olde Christmas
Special starring Bing Crosby, taped in London
five weeks before his death. Crosby's famjly
appears, with David Bowie and Twiggy. At 9 p.m.
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6reat Performances Zoe Caldwell strars in
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and acquaint senior citizens with the
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pair deciding what they want to do.
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By MARIANNE HANSEN
The fall issue of the Carolina Quarterly
has appeared and offers rich rewards to
those willing to plow through the
undistinguished material to get to the really
excellent works. There is much that is good;
there is also a fair amount for which this
"undistinguished" is the most apt
description. There is nothing actively or
specifically the matter with it; images and
plot are clear, language used competently
and responsibly. The works, however, are
merely mediocre, lacking brilliance, failing
to strike the reader, deserving no special
Let us offend a moment, by giving a
'sample of these lesser works special notice.
Essinger's "Earth Sunday" stands as a good
example. It is a pleasant, if somewhat
relationship between the student and senior
citizen," Athenas said.
After a student is paired with someone in
the area, the two are encouraged to stay
together as a pair as long as the student is in
The senior citizens can take the students to
some of the lesser-known parts of the
community, and students can bring their
partners to the campus for lectures, concerts
and other activities.
Athanas sees the program as a way lor
students to develop a more permanent tie
with Chapel II ill. She said that by know inga
resident of the area, a student has a
connection with Chapel Hill that may last
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I lynt's "Best f riend." This seems a far
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long alter the student graduates and leaves
Athans is co-director of the program w ith
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both the nature of friendship and one way
that social relations actually work.
Moreover, she does it with prose that is
direct and so flowing that it approaches
poetry when read aloud.
Let us return briefly to the less satisfying
works, with a glance at one of the poems,
Jennings' "Thanksgiving Day NYC." This
work comments on what? The world's
dissatisfaction with traditional religion,
probably; the nature of reality, possibly. The
problem is, that's a lot to attempt to
illuminate in twelve lines. Jennings does not
fail to get across an idea of her general
subject; she simply fails to make it immediate
for the reader. One is tempted to say the
poem ought to have been excluded; then, in
the last line. Jennings refers to part of
Thanksgiv ing dinner as "dirt orange pie" and
the reader is w illing to tolerate the preceding
eleven lines for these three words.
There are quite a few of these sudden
flashes of artistry in the midst of a
workmanlike competence, especially in the
poems. Johnson's " 1 he Lie of Solidness" isa
good example, containing both our personal
nomination lor worst lines in the Quarterly,
". . .1 listen to lung, liver , Anointing each
other in the Blood's swart cult ..." and the
marvelous image of "My butted cigar on the
curbing, mourned By myopic slugs, ;
Dreaming they are rid of their king." One
would hardly sacrifice those three lines, even
for the deletion of six pages of ghastly verse.
Much of the poetry is fascinating.
Cioldbarth's marvelous collection of three
poems which make up The Family
Business" has a consistent theme, and an
apparent and laudable regard for structure
as a meaningful element. Especially in the
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second poem: Goldbarth experiments with
sound, aligning it with, then opposing it to,
sense and succeeding.
The pattern of the Quarterly, then, is one
of merit partially obscured by mediocrity.
Having generalized in this way, it is hoped
we will be forgiven for making a few, briefer
remarks about offerings which deserve
special notice. Grossman's "Mole" is richer
than it appears at first, and the reader who
troubles to work through it a number of
times will be rewarded with an
understanding and thrill which belie its
original denseness. Boyle's "Ornithology" is
clever but may disconcert the reader with its
confusion of historical time or put him off
with its murder of twenty-six of the thirty
characters introduced. Dokey's"Dcad Man"
and Week's "The Gemini Run" join Flynt's
"Best Friend" to push fiction tothe forefront
of this Quarterly. Both are extremely
moving; we advise the reader not to attempt
them one right after the other, even if they
are printed with only a single poem between
them. The clean, intense prose of "Dead
Man" and the exciting mixture of narration,
diary, memory and internal dialogue of the
"Gemini Run" reveal both authors as
extremely skilled and add artistry to
situations which are powerful in themselves.
A final note: we hope that the idea of.
including graphics throughout the Quarterly
has not been discarded. Talansky's cover
(and its repetition inside) is certainly
interesting, but it is the only graphic
offered. More would be welcome.
Let it be repeated: The Carolina Quarterly
is out and its good points clearly outweigh its
bad. There is little that is really poor, some
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