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The Georgia Review Fall 1987

Table of Contents


Coming Out into the Corridor: Postmodern Fantasies of Pluralism

by Carl Rapp

Culture’s Sleeping Beauty

by Michael J. Bugeja

A Hotel on Boardwalk

by Stephen Gibson


by John Taylor

This Is a Delta

by Floyd C. Stuart

21 August 1984

by Aleda Shirley

Breaking Silence

by Neal Bowers

Feeding Geese

by Michael Cadnum

Life Raft

by Bin Ramke

Ode on Carbon 14

by Sandra Agrícola

White Hearts

by Gene Zeiger

Contemporary British Modernism: The Poetry of Ian Hamilton Finlay, Christopher Middleton, Roy Fisher, Charles Tomlinson, and Geoffrey Hill (on Ian Hamilton Finlay: A Visual Primer By Yves Abrioux by Stephen Bann; III Poems by Christopher Middleton; Two Horse Wagon Going By by Christopher Middleton; A Furnace by Roy Fisher; Collected Poems by Charles Tomlinson; & Collected Poems by Geoffrey Hill)

by Vincent Sherry

Liars and Truth-Tellers, Fancy and Plain (on Perennials by Judith Kitchen; The Boat of Quiet Hours by Jane Kenyon; Red Roads by Charlie Smith; Foreseeable Futures by William Matthews; Foraging by David Young; The Gold Cell by Sharon Olds)

by Peter Stitt

on In Visible Light: Photography and the American Writer: 1840-1940 by Carol Shloss; Image and Word: The Interaction of Twentieth-century Photographs and Texts by Jefferson Hunter

by James Guimond

on Stealing the Language: The Emergence of Women’s Poetry in America by Alicia Ostriker

by Anne C. Bromley

on The Thanatos Syndrome by Walker Percy

by Michael Kobre

The Great American Book Review (on American Incarnation: The Individual, The Nation, And The Continent by Myra Jehlen; American Ambitions: Selected Essays on Literary And Cultural Themes by Monroe K. Spears; Advertising The American Dream: Making Way For Modernity, 1920-1940 by Roland Marchand; Solomon D. Butcher: Photographing The American Dream by John E. Carter; & American Humor by Arthur Power Dudden)

by Sanford Pinsker


Fall 1987