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The Georgia Review Summer 1998

Table of Contents



by Kathleen Hirsch

Flood Relief

by Brennen Wysong

Kwash Babies

by Beth Schrank

Watching Girls Play

by W. D. Wetherell

A Disquisition upon the Soul

by James Richardson

Coal Road

by Charles Vandersee

Evening Out

by Janice Townley Moore


by Wendy Bishop

Leaving Chillon

by Jim Barnes

Midwest: An Ode

by David Baker

Near Last Chance

by Robert DeMott

Song of My Self

by John Updike

The Children’s Book of Knowledge

by Jesse Lee Kercheval

The More We Know, the Less We Feel Until

by Samuel Hazo

The voice of the light

by John Engels

Your Mother’s Harmonica

by Michael J. Bugeja

Spirit and Shadow

by Debbie Fleming Caffery

In Place (on The Springs of Affection: Stories of Dublin by Maeve Brennan; Under The Red Flag by Ha Jin; She Loved Me Once and Other Stories by Lester Goran; and Quake by Nance Van Winckel)

by Erin McGraw

Literary Biographers: Looking over Their Shoulders (on William Wordsworth: A Poetic Life by John L. Mahoney; Byron: The Flawed Angel by Phyllis Grosskurth; and W. B. Yeats: A Life, Volume I: The Apprentice Mage, 1865-1914 by R. F. Foster)

by Sanford Pinsker

on Resistance of the Heart: Intermarriage and the Rosenstrasse Protest in Nazi Germany by Nathan Stoltzfus

by John Haag

on The Sky, the Stars, the Wilderness by Rick Bass

by Lauren Cobb

Simplicities (on From Darkening Porches by Jo McDougall; Journey Fruit: Poems and a Memoir by Kinereth Gensler; What the Living Do by Marie Howe; The Yellow Transparents by Joan Aleshire; and Sky and Island Light by Brendan Galvin)

by Judith Kitchen

Walking the Two Landscapes (on Fear Falls Away and Other Essays from Hard and Rocky Places by Janice Emily Bowers; A Wild, Rank Place: One Year on Cape Cod by David Gessner; and Boundary Waters: The Grace of the Wild by Paul Gruchow)

by Doug Carlson


Summer 1998