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The Georgia Review Fall 2009

Table of Contents

Essays

O Taste and See

by Whitney Groves
Fiction

The Shield of the Norns

by Deirdra McAfee

Unstuck

by Jean Kane
Poetry

Starting Out from Ted Hughes’s Letters & My Face and My Voice

by Coleman Barks

Taoism: A Primer

by Dick Allen
Art

Memento Mori

by Dean Monogenis
Reviews

How Well We Know So Little: The Sequence in Post-Postmodern Poetry (on Katie Ford’s Colosseum; Christopher Buckley’s Modern History: Prose Poems 1987–2007; and Rita Dove’s Sonata Mulattica)

by Kevin Clark

Novellas for the New Millennium (on Phillip Lopate’s Two Marriages; Patrick Michael Finn’s A Martyr for Suzy Kosasovich; and William H. Gass’s Cartesian Sonata and Other Novellas)

by Greg Johnson

on Notes from No Man’s Land by Eula Biss

by Michael Lukas

Seconds (on Sharon Olds’s One Secret Thing; The Dream We Carry: Selected and Last Poems of Olav H. Hauge, translated by Robert Bly and Robert Hedin; Kevin Goodan’s Winter Tenor; Richard Kenney’s The One-Strand River: Poems 1994–2007; and Carl Phillips’ Speak Low)

by Judith Kitchen

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