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The Georgia Review Fall 1963

Table of Contents

Essays

A Russian Woman to the Moon?

by Albert Parry

James Vann, a Cherokee Chief

by Clemens De Baillou

Life in Oglethorpe’s Georgia

by Kenneth Coleman

The Acid of God’s Grace: The Fiction of Flannery O’Connor

by Jonathan Baumbach

The Ordeal of Scott Fitzgerald

by John Kuehl

The South and the Emancipation in the British West Indies

by Harry R. Sullivan

Winston Churchill and the Sinews of Peace, 1946-1955

by Philip Evanson
Fiction

If Pride Holds Tomorrow

by Peter D. Zivkovic

Miss Dunphy is Dead

by Frieda Arkin

The Peace Offering

by Emily C. Rushworth

Third Manassas

by Laurie L. Hibbett
Poetry

One Could Do Worse Than Be a Mower of Lawns

by Edward Minus

Pinxit

by

Sitting with Emerson on the Grand Teton

by Guy A. Cardwell

Water Physics

by John T. Eld

Who Goes There?

by John William Corrington
Reviews

“Webster’s Seventh New Collegiate Dictionary:” A Review

by Calvin S. Brown

on All or Nothing by John Cowper Powys

by Harry R. Sullivan

on Berry Benson’s Civil War Book by Susan Williams Benson

by John E. Talmadge

on Confederate City, Augusta, Georgia, I860-1865 by Florence Fleming Corley

by John E. Talmadge

on South Carolina Secedes by John Amasa May, Joan Reynolds Faunt

by Willard E. Wight

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