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The Georgia Review Fall 1975

Table of Contents


Pound and the Decentered Image

by Joseph N. Riddel

Tennyson’s Melody

by John Hollander

The Pattern of Negativity in Beckett’s Prose

by Wolfgang Iser

The Timid God: A Reading Of Rousseau’s

by Paul de Man

The Venetian Mirror

by Michel Beaujour

Unamuno’s “Niebla”: The Question of the Novel

by Paul R. Olson

The Yoghurt of Vasirin Kefirovsky

by Max Apple

From The Duplications

by Kenneth Koch


by Greg Kuzma

Just for the Ride

by John Hollander

Purgatory, formerly Paradise

by Richard Howard

The Vandal

by David R. Slavitt

Sixteen Photographs

by W. G. Rose

on Rene Magritte by A. M. Hammacher

by Ronald Paulson

on Look at the Harlequins! by Vladimir Nabokov

by Dabney Stuart

on My Life and My Films by Jean Renoir; &Ecrits, 1926-1971 by Jean Renoir

by Alexander Sesonske

on Published in Paris: American and British Writers, Printers, and Publishers in Paris, 1920-1939 by Hugh Ford, Janet Flanner

by Kenneth Cherry

on The Airship: A History by Basil Collier

by Turner Cassity

on The Other Hand by Dabney Stuart; Turtle Island by Gary Snyder; The Center of Attention by Daniel Hoffman; & Two-Part Inventions by Richard Howard

by David Bromwich


Fall 1975