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The Georgia Review Fall 2008

Table of Contents

Special Feature

“It Is a Marvelous Book”: Correspondence

by Elizabeth Bishop & Robert Lowell

Approaching the Rubicon and Crossing the Bar: Washington’s Death and the Rise of Republican Rule

by Edward J. Larson

Memory and Helix: What Comes to Us from the Past

by Neil Mathison

The Days Down Here

by Jacob White

The Wildcat Massacre

by James Terry

Elegy for My Father

by Frannie Lindsay

Of Dust

by Liz Rosenberg

These Are the Last Good Days of the Republic & I Wander Down My Street Because I Cannot Find a Book

by Frank X. Gaspar

“Even Sincerity”: On the Viability of the Self in Contemporary Poetry (on One Kind of Everything: Poem and Person in Contemporary America by Dan Chiasson; Dark Horses: Poets on Overlooked Poems by Joy Katz and Kevin Prufer; and American Poets in the 21st Century: The New Poetics by Claudia Rankine and Lisa Sewell)

by Kevin Clark

Where Does the Poetry Go? (on Time Is a Parlor Trick and Other Poems by Doyle D. Turner; Falling into Velázquez by Mary Kaiser; Contents of a Minute by Josephine Jacobsen; A Little White Shadow by Mary Ruefle; The Reindeer Camps by Barton Sutter; The Preacher by Gerald Stern; Turkish Pears in August: Twenty-Four Ramages by Robert Bly; Only on This Planet by John Graber; and A Word for It by Warren Slesinger)

by Paul Zimmer


Fall 2008