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The Georgia Review Fall 1980

Table of Contents


Authors and Authority in Interpretation

by William E. Cain

Calcutta: Notes on a Homecoming

by Rustom Bharucha

Limits, Myths, and Morals

by Frederick Ferré

Parabiography: The Varieties of Critical Experience

by Ihab Hassan

The Fates of Interpretation

by C. Barry Chabot

The Rebirth of Greek Tragedy and the Decline of the Humanities

by James E. Ford

28 Hours in an Open Boat by Stephen Crane

by Larry Baker & L. Ethan Chants

The Ring

by Mili Ve McNiece

A Small Gathering

by Jody Swilky

Dark Craving

by Lynne Lawner

Feeding the Stranger’s Fire

by Alan Nadel

His Letters

by Carl von Kienbusch Little

Of the Ocean

by Sandra Byrd

Old Man Thinking of Small Breasts

by Mark Osaki

Projection: Milk and Memory

by Bin Ramke

The Competitors

by Gerald W. Barrax

The Still Lifes of Giorgio Morandi

by Celia Gilbert

The Tomb of Stéphan Mallarmé

by Charles Simic

The Vanishing Street

by Marcia Southwick

This Place

by Daniel Halpern

Universal Donor

by Paul Nelson

Woman at the Window

by David Walker

Lewis Hine in Georgia

by Dennis O'Kain

Is Literature Still Worth Discussing? (on Critical Understanding: The Power and Limits of Pluralism by Wayne C. Booth)

by Michael Fischer

on The Inadvertent Epic: From Uncle Tom’s Cabin to Roots by Leslie A. Fiedler

by Sanford Pinsker

on William Carlos Williams and the American Scene, 1920-1940 by Dickran Tashjian

by Carl Rapp

Painting, Picasso, and Politics (on About Looking by John Berger; The Success and Failure of Picasso by John Berger; & Ways of Seeing by John Berger)

by Pepe Karmel

The Untranslatable Poetry of Yvor Winters (on The Collected Poems of Yvor Winters)

by Thomas Parkinson

The World at Hand (on Sure Signs: New and Selected Poems by Ted Kooser; This Tree Will Be Here for a Thousand Years by Robert Bly; Any Body’s Song by Joseph Langland; & The Everlastings by Norman Dubie)

by Peter Stitt


Fall 1980