- Tanisha. Duran, Elizabeth // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Apr1992, Issue 22, p56
Presents the poem "Tanisha," by Elizabeth Duran. First line: There is nothing left to say now; Last line: this Thy child.
- Safari. Duran, Elizabeth // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;May1992, Issue 23, p54
Presents the poem "Safari," by Elizabeth Duran. First Line: The white man has laid down his burden; Last Line: by the strong.
- THE IMPOSTER. Ross, K. Ann // Back Stage West;6/19/2008, Vol. 15 Issue 25, p18
The article reviews the play "The Imposter," directed by Luis Avalos, and starring Blanca Araceli and Elizabeth Duran, performed at the New LATC in Los Angeles, California, from June 5 to 23, 2008.
- MY CASELOAD IS BIGGER THAN YOURS. // Community Care;8/18/2011, Issue 1873, p12
The poem "Caseload 40," is presented. First Line: I've got a caseload that's bigger than yours; Last Line: Caseload is bigger than yours.
- Most Neuropathies Are Idiopathic. Howe, James // Journal of Religion & Health;Sep2010, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p393
The poem Most Neuropathies Are Idiopathic" by James Howe is presented. First Line: Most neuropathies are idiopathic; Last Line: it too would be worn away and gone.
- A Call to the Others. Ferrell, Arielle // Journal of Religion & Health;Sep2010, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p391
The poem "A Call to Others" by Arielle R. L. Ferrell is presented. First Line: We are out there; Last Line: But we are out there.
- The fall into history: Charles Tomlinson and Octavio Paz. Grogan, Ruth A. // Comparative Literature;Spring92, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p144
Compares Octavio Paz's writing and the imagery and language of Charles Tomlinson's poem `Assassin' (`Collected Poems' 161-63), about the assassination of Leon Trotsky. Tomlinson got his historical facts about the assassination from Isaac Deutscher's biography of Trotsky; Paz's ideas about...
- My world. // Reading Teacher;Nov92, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p224
Presents `My world,' a poem by Kelly Yachabach.
- The lap of luxury. // Reading Teacher;Nov92, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p249
Presents `The lap of luxury,' a poem by Roy Ibra Murdoch.