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The Georgia Review Winter 1963

Table of Contents

Essays

Alston of DeKalb

by Minnie Hite Moody

Faulkner’s Favorite Word

by John T. Flanagan

Homecoming

by Hugh Geeslin, Jr.

The Early Literary Criticism of Corra Harris

by C. H. Edwards

The Flight of the Georgia Loyalists

by Richard S. Lambert

What Price Milk?

by William Hugh Stephens
Fiction

Fine Art of Pinball

by Robin White
Poetry

A Day at the Beach

by Robert L. Smith

Iceberg

by Helen Copeland

Love Song on the P. R. R.

by W. A. Blais

On Hearing a Folk Song

by Mary Ann Coleman

The Coquette

by Lawrence Edward Bowling

There’s Nothing Lower Than a Copycat

by Julian Brown

We Met in Summer

by David Cornel DeJong

Words About the Word

by Geneva Hargis Emily
Reviews

on Constance Fenimore Woolson by Rayburn S. Moore

by Arlin Turner

on Countermoves by Charles Edward Eaton

by Larry Rubin

on General Leonidas Polk: The Fighting Bishop by Joseph H. Parks

by James W. Livingood

on John Forsyth: Political Tactician by Alvin Laroy Duckett

by William Tate

on Poe’s Literary Quarrels by Sidney P. Moss

by Edd Winfield Parks

on The World’s Old Way by Larry Rubin

by Charles Beaumont

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