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The Georgia Review Summer 1979

Table of Contents

Essays

At the Crossroads of Time: Types of Simultaneity in Literature and Film

by Bernard F. Dick

Keaton Through the Looking-Glass

by Garrett Stewart

Profaned and Stenciled Texts; In Search of Pynchon’s “V”

by Melvyn New

Sparrows and Scholars: Literary Criticism and the Sanctification of Data

by Harold Fromm

The “Found” in Contemporary Poetry

by Jonathan Holden

The View from Space: Notes on Space Exploration and Recent Writing

by Ronald Weber
Fiction

I Dated Jane Austen

by T. Coraghessan Boyle

The Four Seasons

by James McNiece
Poetry

Catfish

by Philip Pierson

Graffiti for a Particle Accelerator

by Dexter Masters

Mark Twain and the Anxiety of Entertainment

by Judith Fetterley

Morning-Gift, Morning-Glory, Morning Gown & Sandpaper, Sandpiper, Sandpit

by Warren Slesinger

Nobody’s Perfect & The Light in Our Bodies

by Dennis Trudell

Passages

by David Walker

Prayer Service in an English Church

by Robert Bly

The Autobiography & My Children’s Book

by John N. Morris

The Concert for Bangladesh

by Bin Ramke

The Corner

by Rita Johnson

Toung Women at Chartres

by James Wright

Water on the Highway

by Nancy Simpson

Woman: A Mirror

by Philip Booth
Art

Portraits of Modern Masters

by John Sokol
Reviews

Charles Olsen and His Forces (on A Guide to the Maximus Poems of Charles Olson by George F. Butterick; Charles Olson: Call Him Ishmael by Paul Christensen; Olson’s Push: Origin, Black Mountain and Recent American Poetry by Sherman Paul; &Charles Olson: The Scholar’s Art by Robert von Hallberg)

by Charles Molesworth

Defending the Humanities (on Literature Against Itself: Literary Ideas in Modern Society by Gerald Graff)

by Michael Fischer

on America’s Great Illustrators by Susan E. Meyer

by Gerald Weales

on F. R. Leavis: Judgment and the Discipline of Thought by Robert Boyers

by William E. Cain

on Life Among Others by Daniel Halpern; The Late Hour by Mark Strand; Kicking the Leaves by Donald Hall; Tread the Dark by David Ignatow; & The Year of Our Birth by Sandra McPherson

by Peter Stitt

on Speaking of Stendhal by Storm Jameson

by Charles R. Anderson

Refelections on John Fowles’s “The Magus” and the Construction of Reality (on The Magus: A Revised Version by John Fowles)

by Ernst von Glasersfeld

Shields, Ruins, and Togus: Old Literary History (on Dr. Woodward’s Shield: History, Science and Satire in Augustan England by Joseph M. Levine; Ruins and Empire: The Evolution of a Theme in Augustan and Romantic Literature by Laurence Goldstein; & Augustus Caesar in “augustan” England: The Decline of a Classical Norm by Howard D. Weinbrot)

by Edward Tomarken

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