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The Georgia Review Spring 2001

Table of Contents

Special Feature

My Life; My Quotable Friend; Imagining Marianne Moore in the Butterfly Garden; Hard Frost: On a Line by Hopkins; Bringing Down the Birds; Want; In That Land; The Joy of Cooking, 1931; The Message; and Mother of Everyone

by Maxine Kumin


by Philip Connors


by John Hales

Old Haunts: The Fall of America and Its Fictions

by Tracy Daugherty

Fleurette Bleu

by K. A. Longstreet

The Fisher

by Eileen Bartos


by Brian Ascalon Roley

“How Can I Return from That Landscape Which I Do Not Know”

by H. L. Hix

Apple Fattening into Orchards

by Mekeel McBride

Theories of Flight

by Margaret Morrison

Citizens of Somewhere Else: Memoir and the Place of Place (on More Stories from My Father’s Court by Isaac Bashevis Singer; Cherry: A Memoir by Mary Karr; and False Papers: Essays on Exile and Memory by AndrĂ© Aciman)

by Sanford Pinsker

Essays of Our Time and Clime (on The Book of Twentieth-Century Essays, edited by Ian Hamilton and The Best American Essays of the Century, edited by Joyce Carol Oates and Robert Atwan)

by Edward Butscher

on The Nick Tosches Reader by Nick Tosches

by Joe Bonomo

Plausible Abodes (on What We Come in For by Richard Lundquist; Graveyard of the Atlantic by Alyson Hagy; Travel Advisory: Stories of Mexico by David Lida; Among Prisoners by Frank Manley; and The Angel on the Roof: The Stories of Russell Banks by Russell Banks)

by Kathleen Snodgrass


Spring 2001