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Oregon Quarterly

The Spring 2010 issue of Oregon Quarterly

The Oregon Quarterly is an American magazine published by the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon.

According to the website:

Oregon Quarterly is the magazine of the University of Oregon. Four times a year, we present the diversity of ideas and people associated with the University, Oregon, and the Northwest. Just as the University of Oregon is a state and regional center for learning, teaching, research, and service, Oregon Quarterly is a state and regional magazine of good writing and important ideas.[1]

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