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The Georgia Review Fall 1989

Table of Contents


A Visit to the Museum

by Jane Tompkins

Philip Rahv’s “Paleface and Redskin”—Fifty Years Later

by Sanford Pinsker

Resurrection Times

by Horace Montgomery

The Young and the Irreverent

by John P. Sisk


by John Edgar Wideman

The Enchantress

by David D. Mann, Susan Garland Mann, & Robert Louis Stevenson

Walking the Dragons

by Gregor Hartmann

Believing in Iron

by Yusef Komunyakaa

Diary of a Skull

by Randall Watson

Feet & The Resurrection Ball

by Neal Bowers

Life Is Clutter

by Robert Parham

Lisa, the Widow, and Poetry

by Leslie D. Foster

Rapid Fire

by Edward Locke

Remarks on My Character

by William Stafford


by Vern Rutsala

State Poetry Day

by Ronald Wallace

The Death of Henry James

by P. B. Newman

The Five-Foot Shelf

by A. F. Moritz

Desire, Design, Amazement (on Labyrinths of Language: Symbolic Landscape and Narrative Design in Modern Fiction by Wendy B. Faris & Mi-Lou: Poetry and the Labyrinth of Desire by Stephen Owen)

by R. B. Kershner

Four from Prospero (on Collected Poems by Philip Larkin and Anthony Thwaite; Between Angels by Stephen Dunn; Groom Falconer by Norman Dubie; & Take Heart by Molly Peacock)

by David Wojahn

on Alone in the Dawn: The Life of Adelaide Crapsey by Karen Alkalay-Gut

by Edward Butscher

on Bad Art by Quentin Bell

by Harold Fromm

on Ganado Red by Susan Lowell

by Padgett Powell

on Women and Sexuality in the Novels of Thomas Hardy by Rosemarie Morgan

by Alistair M. Duckworth


Fall 1989


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