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The Georgia Review Summer 2011

Table of Contents

Special Feature

A Great Celebration; The Puritan and the World; Landscape with Friends; Quieter; & Before We Leave

by Stephen Dunn

Between Worlds, Refuge: Stephen Dunn and the Creative Writing Workshop

by Laura McCullough

Brief Answers to Unspoken Questions: An Intraview

by Stephen Dunn

Wagnerism: A Telephone from the Beyond

by Jed Rasula

Barding Around (on Robert Frost Speaking on Campus: Excerpts from His Talks, 1949–1962, edited by Edward Connery Lathem; Maxine Kumin’s The Roots of Things: Essays; Mark Doty’s The Art of Description: World into Word; Ellen Bryant Voigt’s The Art of Syntax: Rhythm of Thought, Rhythm of Song; Dean Young’s The Art of Recklessness: Poetry as Assertive Force and Contradiction; Kelly Cherry’s Girl in a Library: On Women Writers and the Writing Life; and Fanny Howe’s The Winter Sun: Notes on a Vocation)

by Greg Johnson

Walking the Line (on James Richardson’s By the Numbers; Robert Wrigley’s Beautiful Country; Elizabeth Bradfield’s Approaching Ice; and Robert Cording’s Walking with Ruskin)

by Judith Kitchen


Summer 2011