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The Georgia Review Winter 1967

Table of Contents


“Marching Through Georgia”

by Edwin Tribble

“Parker’s Back” vs. “The Partridge Festival” Flannery O’Connor’s Critical Choice

by Leon V. Driskell

A Defense of Faulkner’s Sanctuary

by Robert L. Mason

Robert E. Lee: The Educator

by William W. Hassler

Shakespeare and Southern Folklore

by George P. Wilson

The Civil War of 1936: Gone with the Wind and Absalom! Absalom!

by James W. Mathews

The Poet in Residence in Spite of Himself

by Marion Montgomery

Washington Allston, Cosmopolite and Early Romantic

by John R. Welsh

Dry Leaves

by John Osier

The Fire House

by Philip L. Sawyer

Two Worlds

by Jesse Stuart

Bus Stop

by Ted Kooser

New Albany, Mississippi

by Robert Sargent

Portrait of Anyman

by William Walden

The Elephant

by Jack Matthews


by Terry Hill Pickett

on Jacques Boyceau and the French Formal Garden by Franklin Hamilton Hazlehurst

by Claude Davidson, Jr.

on Joseph Hopkins Twichell by Leah A. Strong

by Claude Davidson, Jr.

on South and Southwest Literary Essays and Reminiscences by Jay B. Hubbell

by Rayburn S. Moore

on State Legislatures in American Politics by Alexander Heard

by Albert B. Saye

on The Reconstruction of Georgia by Alan Conway

by Kenneth Coleman

on The Two-story World: Selected Writings of James K. Feibleman by Huntington Cairns

by Waltraut J. Stein

Portraits of Georgia Slaves, edited by Tom Landess

by J. Ralph Jones


Winter 1967


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