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The Georgia Review Summer 1989

Table of Contents

Essays

Of Moose and a Moose-Hunter

by Franklin Burroughs Jr.

The Making of a Little Man

by Will Baker

Ultramarathon: An Immoderate Destiny

by Scott L. Montgomery
Fiction

Field of Fire

by Will Baker

Shelter

by Charles Baxter
Poetry

Companion Pieces

by Joe-Anne McLaughlin

Dog on a Rubbish Tip

by Dannie Abse

Eddies

by Robert Randolph

Indifference

by A. F. Moritz

Porcupine Quills

by Tony Park

Sadness

by Linda Parsons Burggraf

Words Made from Letters

by Philip Booth
Reviews

“After Such Knowledge, What Forgiveness?”: The Rise of Ethical Criticism (on The Company We Keep: An Ethics Of Fiction by Wayne C. Booth; The Vocation of a Teacher: Rhetorical Occasions, 1967-1988 by Wayne C. Booth; The Ethics of Criticism by Tobin Siebers; Find You the Virtue: Ethics, Image, and Desire in Literature by Irving Massey; & The Call of Stories: Teaching and the Moral Imagination by Robert Coles)

by Sanford Pinsker

on Framework: A History of Screen-writing in the American Film by Tom Stempel

by Allison Graham

on Nurture by Maxine Kumin

by Diana Hume George

on Sonahchi: A Collection of Myth-Tales by Pat Carr

by B. A. St. Andrews

on The Magic Lantern by Ingmar Bergman and Joan Tate

by Gerald Weales

Purple Patches, Fuddle, and the Hard Noon Light (on The West Door by Alfred Corn; Fictions from the Self by Michael Burkard; Annonciade by Elizabeth Spires; Shores and Headlands by Emily Grosholz; The Way Down by John Burt; & Stopping by Home by David Huddle)

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Wonderful Geographies (on By Land, by Sea by William Hoffman; Love Life by Bobbie Ann Mason; Appalachian Patterns by Bo Ball; Moustapha’s Eclipse by Reginald Mcknight; & The All-Girl Football Team by Lewis Nordan)

by Greg Johnson

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