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The Georgia Review Winter 1971

Table of Contents


“Prophetic Sounds and Loud”: Allen, Stovall, Mabbott, and Other Recent Work on Poe

by Rayburn S. Moore

“Steppenwolf” as a Bible

by Peter D. Hertz

Emerson, Hawthorne, and “The Blithedale Romance”

by Gustaaf Van Cromphout

Freedom: An Existential Illusion

by L. B. Cebik

Richard Wright’s Fiction: A Reassessment

by Martha Stephens

The Aesthetics of the Folk Sermon

by Bruce A. Rosenberg

The Habits of Guineas

by Tom McHaney

Crabapple Harvest

by Bernice Ames

Orchestration & The Townfolk Frown

by Ray Freed

The Formula for Happiness

by Catharine Savage Brosman

Views of an American Writer

by Sumio Matsuda

on Death of the Fox by George Garrett

by Martin C. Battestin

on Dionysus and the City: Modernism in Twentieth Century Poetry by Monroe K. Spears

by Stephen C. Moore

on Fiction into Film by Rachel Maddux, Stirling Silliphant, Neil D. Isaacs

by William J. Free

on Life Under the “Peculiar Institution”: Selections from the Slave Narrative Collection by Norman R. Yetman

by F. N. Boney

on The Daemonic in the Poetry of John Keats by Charles I. Patterson, Jr.

by George M. Harper

on The Lonesome Game by Winston Weathers

by James H. Matthews

on The Time of William Faulkner: A French View of Modern American Fiction by Maurice Edgar Coindreau, George McMillan Reeves, Michel Gresset

by Stephen C. Moore


Winter 1971