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The Georgia Review Fall 1995

Table of Contents


A Biography of the Nameless: John and Jane Doe

by Eric Charles LeMay

In the Hush of Great Barrington: One Writer’s Search for W. E. B. Du Bois

by Dennis Loy Johnson

Influenza 1918

by Jane Brox

Just Like in the Movies: Richard Nixon and Patton

by Philip D. Beidler

Baltic Days

by Walter Bargen

Getting to Know You

by Norma Marder

Ant Hills & The Secret Code

by Peter Meinke

Doggy Doggerel

by Laura Fargas

Paysage d’Hiver

by Wayne Dodd

The Boys Have Guns & Our Generation

by Charles Fishman


by Philip Booth

Ajo Blanco

by Victoria Martinez

“A Million Million Suns”: Poetry and Science (on Light at the Edge by Devreaux Baker; Night Thoughts and Henry Vaughan by David Young; Inventing Angels by Gary Fincke; Fermi Buffalo by Louise McNeill; & Science and Other Poems by Alison Hawthorne Deming)

by Fred Chappell

A Walk on the Wilde Side (on Mother of Oscar: The Life of Jane Francesca Wilde by Joy Melville and The Stranger Wilde: Interpreting Oscar by Gary Schmidgall)

by Melissa Knox

Black Rage/White Guilt: Act II (on Faces at the Bottom of the Well: The Permanence of Racism and Confronting Authority: Reflections of an Ardent Protester by Derrick Bell)

by Sanford Pinsker

on Hunting the Whole Way Home by Sydney Lea

by Doug Carlson

on Post Scripts: The Writer’s Workshop by Vincent Kaufmann

by Bruce Borowsky

on Rare And Endangered Species: A Novella And Stories by Richard Bausch

by Andrea Hollander

on The Night the New Jesus Fell to Earth and Other Stories from Cliffside, North Carolina by Ron Rash

by Gilbert Allen

on The Western Canon: The Books and School of the Ages by Harold Bloom

by Edward Butscher

Print as the Pauper (on The Gutenberg Elegies: The Fate of Reading in an Electronic Age by Sven Birkerts and The Electronic Word: Democracy, Technology, and the Arts by Richard A. Lanham)

by Steven G. Kellman


Fall 1995