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The Georgia Review Fall 2003

Table of Contents

Essays

15 Ways of Seeing the Light

by Peter Friederici
Fiction

Funeral of the Virgin

by Nance Van Winckel

Snowbound

by Liza Ward

The Wooden Village of Kizhi

by Katherine Shonk
Poetry

After Smoke

by Nicholas Samaras

Aught-One

by Brooks Haxton

Ephemeral Ethereal

by Aliki Barnstone

Genesis

by Jayanta Mahapatra

Graduation

by Baron Wormser

Imagine with Me Now the Final Room

by John Stone

Plant Life

by John Casteen

Tempo

by David Woo

The Cello

by Michael Chitwood

We Talk Physics into the Night

by Dick Allen

What Do You Believe In? I Believe in the Fog

by Diane Seuss
Art

Nothing Up My Sleeve

by Lynn Davison
Reviews

Attention Must Be Paid (on The Woman Who Gave Birth to Rabbits by Emma Donoghue; The Caprices by Sabina Murray; Dear Paramount Pictures by Iqbal Pittalwala; and Pittsburgh Stories: Selected Stories, Volume 2 by Clark Blaise)

by Kathleen Snodgrass

From the Mummy’s Breast (on The Fourth Watch of the Night by Louie Skipper; Les Mots Anglais by Christopher Sawyer-Laucanno; Music Like Dirt by Frank Bidart; Base Pairs by Maria Melendez; The First Thing by Anna Kirwan; and The Circumference of Arrival by Sandra Meek)

by Paul Zimmer

on In the Shadow of Memory by Floyd Skloot

by Karen Wilson

on Pinion: An Elegy by Claudia Emerson

by C. D. Albin

on Wedding in October by Geoffrey Clark

by Jack Smith

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