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The Georgia Review Fall 1966

Table of Contents


“The Best Residuum of Truth”

by George Core

Donald Davidson and the Dynamics of Nostalgia

by Charles Edward Eaton

Faulkner’s “The Bear”: Some Notes on Form

by Robert L. Harrison

Hunting in the Old South: Original Narratives Of The Hunters

by Clarence Gohdes & Davy Crockett

Rendezvous with Wesleyan’s Past

by Harold Wilson

Thomas Nelson Page: Creator of a Virginia Classic

by Theodore L. Gross

Who’s Afraid of “Tiny Alice?”

by Leighton M. Ballew

Image of Departure

by John Wheatcroft

Mike Hooter’s Bar Story: A Yazoo Sketch

by A Missourian, Charles B. Coale, & Chene Vert

The Patriot Son

by Mary Lavin

A Poem for My Daughter

by Wallace Beasley, Jr.


by Archibald Rutledge

Dark and Dark

by W. R. Moses

Emily Dickinson on Sleep

by Larry Rubin

If This Be All

by Paris Flammonde

Judah P. Benjamin’s Loyalty to Jefferson Davis

by Hudson Strode & J. P. Benjamin

on Names in South Carolina. Vol. XII

by Thomas Pyles

on Segment of a View by Edward Krickel

by Marion Montgomery

on Sketches of Some of the First Settlers of Upper Georgia, of the Cherokees, and the Author Indexed edition by George R. Gilmer

by Kenneth Coleman

on The Oxford Companion to American Literature. Fourth Edition by James D. Hart

by Rayburn S. Moore

on Views from a Ferris-Wheel by Robert Wallace

by John William Corrington


Fall 1966


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