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The Georgia Review Fall 1990

Table of Contents


Taken by Haros: Death in a Cycladic Village

by Alison Cadbury

The Ideal Particle and the Great Unconformity

by Reg Saner

Commit to Memory

by Michael Parker


by Karen Brown

In a Maritime Province

by W. D. Wetherell

An Ideal of Itself

by James Seay


by Sharon Bryan

By the Tomcat’s Grave

by Dick Johnson




by Florence Elon


by Robert J. Levy

Jumping Rope

by William Kloefkorn


by Max Garland

plate tectonics

by Alvin Greenberg

The Massage

by Galway Kinnell

Uncommon Parents

by Ken Fontenot

Whistling in the Dark

by Charles Simic

A Few Attractive Strangers (on Invisible Mirror by Michael Cadnum; A Weather of Surprises by Harry Humes; The Red Room by Geraldine Connolly; And As for Darkness by Michael Burns; & The Barn in the Air by Michael Waters)

by Ted Kooser

Criticism and Two Individual Talents (on The Portable Malcolm Cowley by Donald W. Faulkner; Mazes by Hugh Kenner; & Historical Fictions by Hugh Kenner)

by Sanford Pinsker

on Because it is Bitter, and Because it is My Heart by Joyce Carol Oates

by Sanford Pinsker

on Bernard Shaw on Photography by Bill Jay and Margaret Moore

by Gerald Weales

on Creating America: George Horace Lorimer and the Saturday Evening Post by Jan Cohn

by Starkey Flythe Jr.

on La Plata Cantata by Jim Barnes

by Michael J. Bugeja

on Sexual Personae: Art and Decadence from Nefertiti to Emily Dickinson by Camille Paglia

by Anne Williams

on Wampanoag Traveler: Being, in Letters, the Life and Times of Loranzo Newcomb, American and Natural Historian by Brendan Galvin

by R. T. Smith

The Art of Resistance (on An Ear to the Ground: An Anthology of Contemporary American Poetry by Marie Harris and Kathleen Aguero; From South Africa: New Writing, Photographs, and Art by David Bunn and Jane Taylor; Seeds of Fire: Chinese Voices of Conscience by Geremie Barme and John Minford)

by Anne C. Bromley


Fall 1990