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The Georgia Review Summer 2005

Table of Contents


“The Piano Has Been Drinking”: On the Art of the Rant

by Robert Cohen

Jonah: The Book of the Question

by Alicia Ostriker

The Eagle, the Olive Branch, and the Dream: Changing Perceptions of America in the World

by Ihab Hassan

The Kingdom of Heaven

by Mary T. Lane


by Jennifer S. Davis

The Engraving

by Jessica Dwelle

Double Abecedarian: 1963 & Double Abecedarian: Please Give Me

by Julie Larios

Hotel Boccadasse

by Stefania Heim

Rounds: After Pascal

by Joanna Goodman

Sermon of the Garbage Heap

by Jayanta Mahapatra

The Batteries

by G. C. Waldrep

The Caldera & Thoughts at Paliani

by Katherine Soniat

Via Appia

by Ron Smith

Self-Portraits as Saints

by Gaela Erwin

“Mille Tenderesse, T” (on The Complete Stories of Truman Capote and Too Brief a Treat: The Letters of Truman Capote, edited by Gerald Clarke

by Gerald Weales

Hello, Sky (on Primer for Non-Native Speakers by Philip Metres; October by Louise Gl├╝ck; Festival Bone by Karen Rigby; The Everyday Apocalypse by David Thomas Lloyd; Metropolitan Bird Culture by Becky Peterson; Water Stories by Brighde Mullins; Sinners in the Hands: Selections from the Catalog by Ann Killough; and Most Wanted by Muriel Nelson)

by Paul Zimmer

on Hatchet Jobs: Writings on Contemporary Fiction by Dale Peck

by Myles Weber

on On Bullshit by Harry G. Frankfurt

by Steven G. Kellman

on Running with the Bulls by Valerie Hemingway

by James Nagel

on The Solid Form of Language by Robert Bringhurst

by Gilbert Wesley Purdy

Poetic Modernism and the Oceanic Divide (on New British Poetry, edited by Don Paterson and Charles Simic

by Kevin Clark


Summer 2005