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The Georgia Review Summer 1971

Table of Contents


Lab Coat Diplomacy: The Hazards of Ignorant Objectivity

by Georg Mann

Literature and Knowledge

by Robert H. West

Literature and Life

by Bert Lippman

Robert Frost’s Quarrel with Science and Technology

by John T. Hiers

The Poet at the Marvelous Present

by Marion Montgomery

A Sense of Place

by Price Caldwell

Lullaby for Test Tube Embryos

by George Ellenbogen

Native and Indued /Unto That Element

by Harry Morris

To a Patriarch (Enos Butrick, 1812-1885)

by L. H. Butrick

Walking on a Dirt Road in the Hills

by Edward Krickel

on Adventures of Captain Simon Suggs, Late of the Tallapoosa Volunteers by Johnson Jones Hooper, C. Hugh Holman, Louis D. Rubin, Jr., Manly Wade Wellman

by F. N. Boney

on Destroy, She Said by Marguerite Duras, Barbara Bray

by Nan Cooke Carpenter

on George W. Cable: The Life and Times of a Southern Heretic by Louis D. Rubin, Jr.

by Robert M. Willingham, Jr.

on The Collected Essays and Occasional Writings of Katherine Anne Porter; Katherine Anne Porter: A Critical Symposium by Lodwick Hartley, George Core

by E. C. Bufkin

on The History of Ideas: An Introduction by George Boas

by L. B. Cebik

on The Poetry and Prose of William Blake by David V. Erdman, Harold Bloom; Blake’s Apocalypse: A Study in Poetic Argument by Harold Bloom; Blake: Prophet Against Empire by David V. Erdman; Energy and the Imagination: A Study in the Development of Blake’s Thought by Morton D. Paley; Blake’s Visionary Universe by John Beer; &Blake Records by G. E. Bentley, Jr.

by Rodney M. Baine


Summer 1971