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The Georgia Review Fall 1983

Table of Contents

Special Feature

Making Poetry a Continuum: Selected Correspondence

by Richard Eberhart, William Carlos Williams, & Stephen Corey
Essays

Cooper

by Lee Gutkind

Making Poetry a Continuum: Selected Correspondence

by Richard Eberhart, William Carlos Williams, & Stephen Corey

Personal Mythos and the New Journalism: Gay Talese’s Fathers and Sons

by Barbara Lounsberry

Teachers, Truants, and the Humanities

by Steven Weiland

The Effortless in Art and Ethics: Meditations on “The Frog King, or Iron Henry”

by Irving Massey
Fiction

Cowboy Movie

by Carolyn Osborn

The Compass of the Heart

by Kermit Moyer
Poetry

“from” Good and Bad

by William Matthews

Application

by Rod Jellema

Birthday

by Carl Dennis

Evening

by Philip Booth

Farmhouse in Early Fall

by Gregory Djanikian

Lament, with Flesh and Blood

by Sandra McPherson

Savants

by Lucien Stryk

Sheep Delivered by Truckloads

by Charles Simic

To an Artist Going Blind

by Susan Snively

Visiting the Cemetery

by Robert Pack

Why You Climbed Up

by Robert Penn Warren

Yard Sale

by Peter Wild
Art

A Mortal Pilgrimage and other incidents from a stressed memory

by Jay Bolotin
Reviews

Jewish Tradition and the Individual Talent (on Art & Ardor by Cynthia Ozick)

by Sanford Pinsker

Louis Simpson’s Best Hour (on People Live Here: Selected Poems 1949-1983 by Louis Simpson; & The Best Hour of the Night by Louis Simpson)

by Peter Stitt

No Longer Is the Story All (on Shiloh and Other Stories by Bobbie Ann Mason; Fire Drills: Stories by Barbara L. Greenberg; A Thousand Pardons by Katinka Loeser)

by Doris Grumbach

on Dickens and Women by Michael Slater

by Jacob Korg

on Holding Patterns by Leonard Nathan

by Carl Dennis

on Robert Browning: A Life Within Life by Donald Thomas

by Edward Guiliano

on The Businessman in American Literature by Emily Stipes Watts

by Sanford Pinsker

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