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The Georgia Review Summer 1968

Table of Contents


A Mirror for Fiction: The Criticism of Andrew Lytle

by George Core

Appalachia, of Thee I Sing… Remembering

by Margaret Inman Meaders

Faulkner’s Use of the Oral Tradition

by Calvin S. Brown

Gleam from the Forge: Thomas Wolfe’s Emerging Idea of Brotherhood

by Paschal Reeves

John Crowe Ransom’s “Painted Head”

by Samuel H. McMillan

Murray Krieger and the Place of Poetry

by William J. Free

Portraits of Georgia Slaves

by J. Ralph Jones & Thomas H. Landess

Savannah Writers’ Conference-1939

by Ben C. Toledano

The British Square

by John E. Talmadge

The Note

by Leon V. Driskell

Voo Doo

by Hoke Norris

A Place of Gentle Repair

by Glenna Holloway

Georgia Night

by Fletcher McCord

John Crowe Ransom’s “Painted Head”

by Bjron Walker

Song No. II with Newport and Boston in Mind

by J. Robert Woods III

Two Poems

by Norman H. Russell

Beyond Symbol and Surface: The Fiction of Flannery O’Connor (on The Added Dimension: The Art and Mind of Flannery O’Connor by Melvin J. Friedman, Lewis A. Lawson; Flannery O’Connor by Stanley Edgar Hyman; & Flannery O’Connor: A Critical Essay by Robert Drake)

by Marion Montgomery

on Beyond Defeat: An Epilogue to an Era by Ellen Glasgow, Luther Y. Gore

by E. C. Bufkin

on The Reconstruction of the Nation by Rembert W. Patrick

by Joe M. Richardson

on Thomas MacDonagh, the Man, the Patriot, the Writer by Edd W. Parks, Aileen Wells Parks

by Francis J. Phelan

on Three Modes of Modern Southern Fiction: Ellen Glasgow, William Faulkner, Thomas Wolfe by C. Hugh Holman

by Paschal Reeves


Summer 1968


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