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The Georgia Review Fall 2012

Table of Contents


A Brief Account of the Adventures of My Appropriated Kinsman, Juan Ortiz, Indian Captive, Soldier, and Guide to General Hernando de Soto

by Judith Ortiz Cofer

A Church, a School & “Ninety Per Cent Are Lunatics” (editorials); & A Matter of Change (review of Lillian Smith’s Now Is the Time)

by Ralph McGill

Exploring the Writers in the Georgia Writers Hall of Fame

by Stephen Corey

From Georgia Scenes, Characters, Incidents, &c. in the First Half Century of the Republic (“Author’s Preface” & “The Horse Swap”)

by Augustus Baldwin Longstreet

O’Connor Plus Bishop Plus Closely Plus Distance (on Flannery O’Connor and Elizabeth Bishop)

by Marianne Boruch

The Georgia Writers Hall of Fame

by Skip Hulett

The Legacy of Erskine Caldwell

by Stanley W. Lindberg

Truth: The Road or the Rug (on Carson McCullers)

by Alice Friman

Ty Cobb and the Book That Wasn’t

by Terry Kay

Imagine with Me Now the Final Room

by John Stone

Autumnal (poem) & Letters to T. S. Eliot & Harriet Monroe

by Conrad Aiken

From The Marshes of Glynn (poem) & Letters to Mr. and Mrs. Gibson Peacock & Mr. Paul Hamilton Hayne

by Sidney Lanier

From An Address to the Whites. Delivered in the First Presbyterian Church [of Philadelphia] on the 26th of May, 1826.

by Elias Boudinot

Lillian Smith Answers Some Questions about Strange Fruit (interview) & Are We Still Buying a New World with Old Confederate Bills?

by Lillian Smith

On Craftsmanship (essay) & 1991 State of Human Rights Address

by Jimmy Carter

The Earth Is the Lord’s but He’s Giving It to the Meek (symposium talk)

by James Kilgo

“I Know What the Earth Says”: From an Interview with Alice Walker

by William R. Ferris


Fall 2012