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The Georgia Review Fall 1969

Table of Contents


Doing the Best They Can

by Thornton H. Parsons

Edwin Godsey’s “Cabin Fever” and the Aesthetics of Virtue

by Thomas H. Landess

Huck’s Ironic Circle

by Michael J. Hoffman

Look Away, Look Away A Distant View of Dixie

by F. N. Boney

Sociology: A New Master Conceptual Scheme?

by Paul E. Kelly


by H. E. Francis

Sore-Tail Cats

by Tom Oliphant Turner


by Richard Moore

Lion Days & A Warrior Bathin

by John York Foust

Mass of Flames

by Frank Finale

on A History of Warfare by Field-Marsha Viscount Montogomery of Alamein

by John E. Talmadge

on Early American Views on Negro Slavery from the Letters and Papers of the Founders of the Republic by Matthew T. Mellon, Richard B. Morris

by F. N. Boney

on Friday by Michel Tournier

by Rodney M. Baine

on Samuel Beckett’s Murphy: A Critical Excursion by Robert Harrison

by Phillip F. Herring

on Scottsboro: A Tragedy Of The American South by Dan T. Carter

by Willard B. Gatewood, Jr.

on Sidney Lanier: The Man, the Poet, the Critic by Edd Winfield Parks

by Rhetta Fair Wilson

on The Alienation Of Reason by Leszek Kolakowski, Norbert Guterman

by W. T. Blackstone

on The Imperial Governor by George Shipway

by George Core

on The Letters Of John Wordsworth by Carl H. Ketcham

by Marion Montgomery

on The Temptation to Exist by E. M. Cioran, Richard Howard, Susan Sontag

by L. B. Cebik

on The Ulysses Theme by W. B. Stanford

by Larry H. Peer

on Thomas Hoccleve: A Study In Early Fifteenth-century English Poetic by Jerome Mitchell

by George Reinecke

on To Deny Our Nothingness: Contemporary Images of Man by Maurice Friedman

by L. B. Cebik

on William Faulkner: “Man Working,” 1919-1962: A Catalogue of the William Faulkner Collections at the University of Virginia by Linton Massey

by Tom McHaney


Fall 1969