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The Georgia Review Summer 2019

Table of Contents

Essays

I Knew Some of Them, But They All Knew Me

by Amy Wright

Worthy to Receive, or “Even a blind pig gets a truffle now and then”: Philip Levine and Me

by Rick Campbell
Poetry

Credo; In the Giardino dei Semplici, Florence; Also on a Theme of Boccaccio; & Coquettish Angel

by Keith Ratzlaff

God Is Not Right, He Is Big & Notes Toward Intuitive Geography

by Jeff Gundy

Jesse Owens Races a Horse in North Dakota

by Adam Tavel

Seahorse in the Desert; The Scorpion of Loud; & Industralia

by Alberto Ríos
Reviews

Bodies, Political and Religious (on Leonard Cohen’s The Flame: Poems Notebooks Lyrics Drawings; Marilyn Chin’s A Portrait of the Self as Nation: New and Selected Poems; Kazim Ali’s Inquisition; Del Samatar and Sofia Samatar’s Monster Portraits; and Li-Young Lee’s The Undressing)

by Jeff Gundy

Vexed Heritage: Two Southern Poets (on R. T. Smith’s Summoning Shades and Natasha Trethewey’s Monument: Poems New and Selected )

by Floyd Collins

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