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The Georgia Review Fall 1965

Table of Contents


A Footnote That Changed the Charleston Skyline

by Rene LaBorde

Art Arrives in Atlanta: A Note on the Southern Renaissance

by Thomas B. Brumbaugh

Hunting in the Old South Original Narratives of the Hunters, edited by Clarence Gohdes

by John James Audubon & Philip Henry Gosse

Passionate Pilgrim: Flannery O’Connor’s “Wise Blood”

by Robert M. Rechnitz

The American Society: Facts and Fictions

by Anthony A. Nemetz

The Sense of Violation: Notes toward a Definition of “Southern” Fiction

by Marion Montgomery

The South’s Injustice to Robert E. Lee

by Para Lee Brock

The Bottomless Well


The Driver’s Test

by J. W. Major, Jr.

The Man Who Shot General Zollicoffer

by Minnie Hite Moody

A Word to the Aging

by William Walden

Flannery O’Connor, 1925-1964

by Raymond Roseliep

For Mary Jay, Practicing Archery

by Henry Taylor

Hoeing Strawberries

by E. Wesley Walton


by Effie Keaster

Late Bulletin

by Clyde Lovejoy Stevens

Something Held My Will

by Cecil Cobb Wesley

on Europe’s Road to Potsdam by Wenzel Jaksch, Kurt Glaser

by Lothar L. Tresp

on Ingenue Among the Lions: The Letters of Emily Clark to Joseph Hergesheimer by Gerald Langford

by Edd Winfield Parks

on The Conversion of Buster Drumwright by Jesse Hill Ford

by Charles Rosen


Fall 1965


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