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The Georgia Review Summer 1999

Table of Contents

Special Feature

Her Literal One; Won’t Let Go; Goliath and the Barbarians; Ramses the Second; & “The Burden of Modernity”: The Book, the God, the Child

by Albert Goldbarth

Genderator I.I: A Modish Proposal

by David F. Sally

Leaving Latitude: Emily Dickinson and Indian Pipes

by Barbara C. Mallonee

The Lone Tree

by Donald Morrill

The Mystery of the Smiling Elephant: In the Erotic Temples of Khajuraho

by James Sloan Allen

Occam’s Razor

by Stephen Gibson

Unfinished Symphony

by Barry N. Malzberg & Batya Swift Yasgur

My Father’s Hundredth Birthday

by Peter Davison

Seven Roses & The Fire and the Rose

by Frank X. Gaspar

Thomas Eakins on Painting

by Philip Dacey


by Linda Lee Harper

Indifferent West

by Daniel Mirer

Dickinson’s New Blue Dress (on The Poems of Emily Dickinson, Variorum Edition, edited by R. W. Franklin

by Greg Johnson

on A Timbered Choir: The Sabbath Poems, 1979-1997 by Wendell Berry

by Lionel Barney

on Anne Frank: The Biography by Melissa Müller (translated by Rita and Robert Kimber)

by Sanford Pinsker

on Cleanth Brooks and Robert Penn Warren: A Literary Correspondence by James A. Grimshaw

by Hugh Ruppersburg

on Ellen Glasgow: A Biography by Susan Goodman

by Anne J. Tate

on Feeling as a Foreign Language: The Good Strangeness of Poetry by Alice Fulton

by Carrie O. Ferguson

on Reading the Mountains of Home by John Elder

by Maggie Kelly

Stories That Work (on The Coast of Good Intentions by Michael Byers; The Buddha in Malibu: New and Selected Stories by William Harrison; Circumnavigation by Steve Lattimore; and Cheaters and Other Stories by Dean Albarelli)

by Erin McGraw

Tensions (on Portrait of My Father in an English Landscape by George Szirtes; Hay by Paul Muldoon; Beyond by Albert Goldbarth; Bardo by Suzanne Paola; and Fuel by Naomi Shihab Nye)

by Judith Kitchen


Summer 1999