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The Georgia Review Spring 1984

Table of Contents


David Selznick’s “Gone With the Wind”: “The Negro Problem”

by Leonard J. Leff


by M. M. Liberman

Making Art Strange: A Commentary on Defamiliarization

by Daniel P. Gunn

Mothers, Husbands, and Uncle Tom

by Stephen Railton

On Leaving the World

by James Gallant

Sherlock Holmes, Order, and the Late-Victorian Mind

by Christopher Clausen

The Fear Of Imitation

by John P. Sisk

Rebecca Winwar’s Flanks Had Withered

by Jeff Rackham

A Poem, Nearly Anonymous

by Sanford Pinsker

A Still Life

by Kathy Mangan

Coyote’s Song

by William Dickey


by Gary Eddy


by Ben Howard


by Scott Minar

Ragged Figure

by Daniel Towner

Reasons for Numbers

by Lisel Mueller

Sand Hog

by Charles Edward Eaton


by Robley Wilson Jr.


by Judith Berke

The Red Room

by Judith Berke

The Street of Lilies

by Marc Selvaggio

Tomorrow in the Desert

by Michael Cadnum

Two Kinds of Deliverance

by Mary Oliver

Volunteer Work

by Sharon Bryan

European Scenes

by David Chorlton

Harnessing the Horse (on Children in Exile: Poems 1968-1984 by James Fenton; Keeping Company by Gibbons Ruark; Essay on Air by Reg Saner; The House Party by Caroline Knox; & Home by Jim Simmerman)

by Peter Stitt

on Georg Trakl: A Profile by Frank Graziano

by Peter Wild

on America’s Quest for the Ideal Self: Dissent and Fulfillment in the 60s and 70s by Peter Clecak

by Sanford Pinsker

on Chapters of Experience: Studies in Modern American Autobiography by Gordon O. Taylor

by Linda Simon

on Constant Defender by James Tate

by Donald Revell

on In Praise of What Persists by Stephen Berg

by Doug Carlson

on The Art of French Calotype by André Jammes, Eugenia Parry Janis

by Charles East

on The Forties by Edmund Wilson, Leon Edel

by Charles C. Nash

on The Modern Poetic Sequence: The Genius of Modern Poetry by M. L. Rosenthal, Sally M. Gall

by William Harmon

The Circle of the Meditative Moment (on Museum by Rita Dove; New and Collected Poems, 1961-1983 by Alan Dugan; Slow Transparency by Rachel Hadas; Midsummer by Derek Walcott; The Other Side of the River by Charles Wright; & Selected and New Poems by Norman Dubie)

by Peter Stitt

The Name, the Things, the Mystery (on The Name of The Rose by Umberto Eco, William Weaver)

by Verlyn Flieger


Spring 1984