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The Georgia Review Fall 1998

Table of Contents

Special Feature

Reinventing America; Out of the Mouths of Polish Mothers; Dust; & Northern Motive

by Philip Levine

Flannery O’Connor: Patterns of Friendship, Patterns of Love

by Sally Fitzgerald

How to Write a Personal Essay

by Mike Moxcey

Burn Man on a Texas Porch

by Mark Jarman

I Hate to See That Evening Sun Go Down

by William Gay


by Mary Clyde

Assisted Living

by Peter Meinke


by Rodney Jones


by Will Baker

Rehearsal in Summer

by Jay Rogoff

The Window, Autumn

by William Reichard

Why Orville & Wilbur Built an Airplane

by John Jenkinson

Backbone of the Icon

by Anna Tomczak

“Mystery every time”: Memoirs and the Search for “We” (on Space: A Memoir by Jesse Lee Kercheval; The Phantom Father: A Memoir by Barry Gifford; and Snake’s Daughter: The Roads In and Out of War by Gail Hosking Gilberg)

by Joe Bonomo

Making Sure There’s Music: Six Recent Chapbooks (on First Hand by Jay Rogoff; The Lazarus Method by Kate Hancock; The Corner of Absence by Lynne Kuderko; Wherever You Want by Douglas Goetsch; This Book Belongs to Eva by Stephen Gardner; and It’s Hard to Get the Angle Right by Bruce Bennett)

by Andrea Hollander

Maturities (on Questions for Ecclesiastes by Mark Jarman; Dithyrambs by Richard Katrovas; When by Baron Wormser; Clemency by Colette Inez; and Sinking Creek by John Engels)

by Sydney Lea

Moral Protest, or How to Get Riled Up about Almost Everything (on The Art of Moral Protest: Culture, Biography, and Creativity in Social Movements by James M. Jasper; Culture of Intolerance: Chauvinism, Class, and Racism in the United States by Mark Nathan Cohen; and Redeeming Culture: American Religion in an Age of Science by James Gilbert)

by Sanford Pinsker

on Egotopia: Narcissism and the New American Landscape by John Miller

by Sanford Pinsker


Fall 1998