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The Georgia Review Summer 1996

Table of Contents


A Divine Blindness

by N. Scott Momaday

Image: Hand and Eye

by Susan M. Gray

Winged Man and Flying Ships: Of Medieval Flying Journeys and Eternal Dreams of Flight (translated by Steve Hartman)

by Peter Nilson

Elbow Notes

by Martha Elizabeth


by Ron Rash

For the Second

by Gilbert Allen

Hermit Crab

by Enid Shomer

Listening to Casals & All at Once Gone into Another

by Anthony Petrosky

Nothing Human

by Sarah Gorham

Postcards to an Aphorist

by Don Welch

The Plot

by Philip Miller

The Queen of Sheba

by Gene Zeiger


by Brandon Kershner

Write Funnier Jokes

by Andrew Fenwick

There and Back

by Carol Shinn

Avoiding the Avid Copiers: Six Recent Chapbooks (on Rooms by the Sea by Mary Ann Samyn; News of Loss by Robert DeMott; The Country’s Way with Rain by Margot Fortunato Galt; The Family Way by Richard Frost; Shorelines by Peter Makuck; and Ribbon Around a Bomb by Lucinda Grey)

by Ted Kooser

on Housekeeping in a Dream by Laura Kasischke

by Tom Hansen

on Listening to Mozart by Charles Wyatt

by Karen Weekes

on Museums of the Mind: Magritte’s Labyrinth and Other Essays in the Arts by Ellen Handler Spitz

by Melissa Knox

The Ladybug and the Universe (on Passing Through: The Later Poems, New and Selected by Stanley Kunitz; New and Selected Poems by Donald Justice; Odd Mercy by Gerald Stern; & Honorable Amendments by Michael S. Harper)

by Judith Kitchen


Summer 1996