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The Georgia Review Fall 1981

Table of Contents

Special Feature

Coyote Goes Upriver: A Cycle for Story Theater and Mime

by Jarold Ramsey

excerpts from Diné Bahane: The Navajo Creation Story

by Paul G. Zolbrod

From Performance to Print: Preface to a Native American Text

by Paul G. Zolbrod

Making the Most of a Mess

by Raymond Carney

The Heartless Darkness of “Apocalypse Now”

by Ronald L. Bogue

The Tenth Symphony

by David L. Lavery

Translation: Fun or Folly?

by Frank Jones

Along the Avenue of Dead Gestures

by Michael Jennings

Dance for the Sun

by Terese Svoboda

Dust Light, Leaves

by Christopher Buckley


by Ben Belitt

Happy Ending

by Marlene Leamon

In the Garden

by David Ignatow


by Thomas McNamee

Mountain Soprano

by Martha McFerren

Our Tree of Opposites

by Wyatt Prunty

The Night: Ensenada

by Greg Pape

The Okra Flower

by Michael McFee

The Rapture is Coming

by Alison Golembiewski

This Poem is for Margaret

by Ed Ochester

Watch Them Die

by Dennis Trudell

[Notes and Sketches on the Navajos]

by Washington Matthews

on Three Men in a Boat by Jerome K. Jerome, David A. Jasen; Brewster’s Millions by George Barr McCutcheon, David A. Jasen; & The Eighteen-Carat Kid and Other Stories by P. G. Wodehouse, David A. Jasen

by Sam Pickering

on The Creation of Nikolai Gogol by Donald Fanger

by Kenneth Klotz

Seeing Through Words, Seeing Through Words, Seeing Words Through, Seeing Words (as) Through (on American Hieroglyphics: The Symbol of The Egyptian Hieroglyphics in The American Renaissance by John T. Irwin)

by Robert J. Nelson

The National Poetry Series: 1980 and 1981 (on Leaving Taos by Robert Peterson; Gumbo by George Barlow; In Winter by Michael Ryan; The Dollmaker’s Ghost by Larry Levis; & So This Is The Map by Reg Saner)

by Peter Stitt


Fall 1981