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The Missouri Review: Spring 2008, Spring 2009, Summer 2009, Fall 2009 by Various
The Missouri Review Vol. X, No. 3v. 10, no. 3
The Missouri Review - Volume XI, Number 2v. 11, no. 2
The Missouri Review - Volume XII, Number 2v. 12, no. 2
The Missouri Review: The Dead Sea Scrolls, Book of Jubilees Translated (Volume XV, Number 1)v. 15, no. 1
The Missouri Review: Unlearning the Past Volume XVII Number 1 1994 by Speer Morganv. 17, no. 1
The Missouri Review: Living On The Fringe (The Jack Kerouac Letters, XVII Number 3) v17 n3 Living On The Fringe
The Zane Grey Letters (Missouri Review 1995) by Zane Greyv18 n2 The Zane Grey Letters
The Missouri Review: Generations by Speer Morganv. 18, no. 3
The Missouri Review: Vol 19, No.1. 1996 To The Edge by Speer Morganv. 19, no. 1
The Best of the Missouri Review: Fiction, 1978-1990 by Speer MorganThe Best of the Missouri Review: Fiction, 1978-1990
The Missouri Review : Volume XX, Number 2, 1997 - Rituals by Speer Morganv20 n2 Rituals
The Missouri Review The Search After Happinessv20 n3 The Search After Happiness
The Missouri Review Daughters the Editor's Prize Winner's a Conversation with Andrei Codrescu the Larry Levis Prize in Poetry and More Vol. Xxi Number 1v. 21, no. 1
The Missouri Review: Men (Volume 21, Number 2) by Speer Morganv. 21, no. 2 Men
The Missouri Review: Misfits (Volume XXI) by Missouri Reviewv. 21 no. 3
The Missouri Review: Altered States (Volume XXII Number 1 1999) by Speer Morganv. 22, no. 1
The Missouri Review Volume XXII, Number 2 by Speer Morganv. 22, no. 2
The Missouri Review: Volume 23 #1 (2000) (The Missouri Review, 23) by Speer Morganv. 23, no. 1 Knopf Files
The Missouri Review Exilesv23 n3 Exiles
The Missouri Review Conduct Unbecoming by University of Missouri St. Louisv. 25 no. 1 Conduct Unbecoming
The Missouri Review (Fusion, Volume 26) by Tennessee Williams and 16 more Tobias Wolfev. 26
Missouri Review (Vol. XXVI, No. 1, 2003) Editor's Prize Issue) Wired for Life; Dieting in America, Rockadoozy DIY, INter by Speer Morganv. 26, no. 1
The Missouri Review : Volume 27, Number 1, 2004 by Speer Morganv. 27, no. 1
The Missouri Review: Experiment v27 n2 Experiment
The Missouri Review: Solov27 n3 Solo
the missouri review: volume XXVIII no. 2: fall 2005 by Morgan Speerv. 28, no. 2 Losing It
Missouri Review V. 28, no. 3 by Speer Morganv. 28, no. 3
the missouri review: volume XXIX no. 1: spring 2006 by Speer Morganv. 29, no. 1
The Missouri Review: Bonus Issue (Volume 29, Number 2, 2006)v. 29, no. 2
The Missouri Review, Volume XXXv. 30
The Missouri Review (Volume 31, Number 1)v. 31, no. 1
The Missouri Review Vol 32 No 1 209 by Morgan Speerv. 32, no. 1
The Missouri Review Fall 2009, Volume 32, Number 3 by Speer Morganv. 32, no. 3
The Missouri Review Volume 32 No. 4 (2009) Winterv. 32, no. 4

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