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The Georgia Review Summer 1972

Table of Contents


Reflections on Woman’s Identity

by Audrey F. Borenstein

The Golden Age, Cockaigne, and Utopia in “The Faerie Queene” and “The Tempest”

by Judith E. Boss

What Are You Doing There? What Are You Doing Here? A View of the Jesse Hill Ford Case

by Jack Matthews

Wherefrom This Error of Terror?

by Albert Parry

William Faulkner: The Novelist As Oral Narrator

by Helen Swink

The Dream House

by Robert Drake

Robinson Jeffers

by Marion Montgomery

The Water Table; Sunbath in May; A Five Hour Drive; & The Last Rebirth

by Coleman Barks

on Shelley’s Myth of Metaphor by John W. Wright

by Edna L. Steeves

on Southern Excursions: Essays on Mark Twain and Others by Lewis Leary

by Rayburn S. Moore

on Structuralism by Jacques Ehrmann

by L. B. Cebik

on The Foxfire Book by B. Eliot Wigginton

by Bruce A. Rosenberg

on The Hidden Life of Emily Dickinson: A Biography by John Evangelist Walsh

by Nan Cooke Carpenter

on Toward a Structural Theory of Literary Analysis by L. G. Heller, James Macris

by Julia P. Stanley

on White Sects and Black Men in the Recent South by David Edwin Harrell, Jr.

by F. N. Boney


Summer 1972