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The Georgia Review Spring 2005

Table of Contents

Special Feature

Praise the Winters Gone: Introduction to a Selection of Ten Letters by James Wright

by Jonathan Blunk

Ten Letters

by James Wright
Essays

A Day in May: Los Angeles, 1960

by Philip Levine

Shipwreck

by Cat Bohannon

Watching the Evening Begin in Fano

by Anne Wright
Fiction

Justice

by Daniel Wallace
Poetry

Ash Wednesday & My Father Says Grace

by Donald Platt

Dream Feuds: Carriacou

by Laurence Lieberman

Peach Picking

by Kwame Dawes

The Cabinet

by William Greenway

Windows

by C. Dale Young

You Miss It

by Max Garland
Art

Outrageous Beauty

by Nancy Terry Hooten
Reviews

Mirrors: American Poetry Pure and Impure (on The Resistance to Poetry by James Longenbach; Coin of the Realm: Essays on the Life and Art of Poetry by Carl Phillips; and American Scream: Allen Ginsberg’s Howl and the Making of the Beat Generation by Jonah Raskin)

by Edward Butscher

on Assembling My Father: A Daughter’s Detective Story by Anna Cypra Oliver

by Jenny Zhang

on Trapeze by Deborah Digges

by Amy Schroeder

The Properties of Rain (on Accused of Wisdom by Linda Allardt; The Actual Moon, The Actual Stars by Chris Forhan; Generations by Pattiann Rogers; Delights and Shadows by Ted Kooser; The Perishing by Sherod Santos; and The Rest of Love by Carl Phillips)

by Judith Kitchen

The Ties That Bind (on Natasha and Other Stories by David Bezmozgis; In the River Province by Lisa Sandlin; Little Edens by Barbara Klein Moss; Sea Dogs by John Bensko; and Little Black Book of Stories by A. S. Byatt)

by Kathleen Snodgrass
Interview

“No Giants”: An Interview with Thom Gunn

by Cynthia L. Haven

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