Winter 1971. Contents include: Harold Bloom, "Antithetical Criticism: An Introduction"; an interview with Ernst Gombrich; an exchange between George Steiner and Michel Foucault; and more.
Winter 1972. Contents include: Paul Ilie, "Surrealism and Cinema"; an interview with Jacques Derrida; an excerpt from Paul de Man on Nietzsche; and more.
Spring 1973. Contents include: Tom Conley, "The Radicality of Modern Art"; an interview with Jacques Derrida; David I. Grossvogel on Truffaut and Roché; a response from Edward W. Said; and more.
Summer 1973. Contents include: Thomas M. Kavanagh, "Godard's Revolution: The Politics of Meta-Cinema"; an interview with Eugène Ionesco; a response from Jacques Derrida; and more.
Fall 1973. Contents include: Paul de Man, "Semiology and Rhetoric"; René Girard, "Lévi-Strauss, Frye, Derrida and Shakespearean Criticism"; Ehrhard Bahr and Ruth Kunzer on Culinary Marxism; and more.
Summer 1974. Contents include: Edward Said, "An Ethics of Language"; David L. Vierling, "Bergman's Persona: The Metaphysics of Meta-Cinema"; a response from Roberto González Echevarría; and more.
Fall 1974. Contents include: Julie Kristeva, "Phonetics, Phonology and Impulsional Bases"; Randolph Runyon, "The Errors of Desire"; an interview with Félix Guattari; and more.
Summer 1975. Contents include: an excerpt from Walter Benjamin's Gesammelte Schriften; Steven Ungar, "Waiting for Blanchot"; an interview with Fernando Arrabal; and more.
Fall 1975. Contents include: Teresa de Lauretis, "The Discreet Charm of Semiotics"; D.I. Grossvogel, "Heads or Tails: Women in American Movies and Society"; and more.