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The Georgia Review Fall 1993

Table of Contents

Essays

A Thousand Buddhas

by Brenda Miller

Alone, with Friends: From a Journal toward Springtime

by Sydney Lea

Forest of voices

by Chris Anderson
Fiction

Nash

by Jon Barnes

The Extent of Fatherhood

by Brad Barkley
Poetry

Counting Potatoes

by Rodney Jones

Fishing, Winter 1989

by Shirley Warren

Goodbye on the Wind

by Anthony Petrosky

Making Hot Oil

by Emily Hiestand

Mein Kampf

by William Stafford

Mornings Like This

by Annie Dillard

Nights Without Rockets

by Walter McDonald

Slow Storm

by Gary Keenan

The Stones of Callanish & Norwegians at the Shetland Hotel

by Brendan Galvin

Three Epigrams

by John Frederick Nims
Reviews

Life, Death, and American Afterlife (on Images of Afterlife: Beliefs from Antiquity to Modern Times by Geddes MacGregor; Confrontations with the Reaper: A Philosophical Study of the Nature and Value of Death by Fred Feldman; & When Time Shall Be No More: Prophecy Belief in Modern American Culture by Paul Boyer)

by Edward Butscher

on A Space Filled with Moving by Maggie Anderson

by Carol Frost

on Beyond PC: Toward a Politics of Understanding by Patricia Aufderheide

by Sanford Pinsker

on Forests: The Shadow of Civilization by Robert Pogue Harrison

by Doug Carlson

on Stepping Westward: The Long Search for Home in the Pacific Northwest by Sallie Tisdale

by Maurya Simon

Scheming on Dickey (on The Whole Motion: Collected Poems, 1945-1992 by James Dickey)

by Sydney Lea

Skating on Paper (on A Dream of Mind by C. K. Williams; Travels by W. S. Merwin; To Put the Mouth To by Judith Hall; Fanatic Heart by Deborah Pope; Shoetown by Gerald McCarthy; & Short Talks by Anne Carson)

by Judith Kitchen
Interview

Narrative Hunger and Silent Witness: An Interview with Reynolds Price

by Susan Ketchin & Reynolds Price

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