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The Georgia Review Winter 1972

Table of Contents


“Dombey and Son” and Dickens’s Unitarian Period

by Samuel F. Pickering, Jr.

“Grace Is Most of It”: A Conversation with David Slavitt

by David R. Slavitt & George Garrett

A Theory of the Grotesque in Southern Fiction

by Alan Spiegel

Beyond Pound’s Quarrel with Eliot’s Text

by Marion Montgomery

Unheard Voices in Nature’s Wilderness: The Present State of Publication in Science

by Georg Mann


by Warren Leamon


by Sherry Rind

In a Game of Telling Secrets, an Adult Confesses He Loves to Play with Toy Trucks

by Philip Dacey

In Zurich

by Stuart Friebert

Molokai Hunt

by Norman Hindley

O Holy Night

by Eugene Hollahan


by Lora Dunetz

The Soul in Time


on As Good as a Comedy and Paddy Mcgann: The Writings of William Gilmore Simms by Robert Bush, James B. Meriwether

by Miriam J. Shillingsburg

on Detailed Reports on the Salzburger Emigrants Who Settled in America, Vol. III by George Fenwick Jones, Marie Hahn

by Lothar L. Tresp

on Light from Heaven: Love in British Romantic Literature by Frederick L. Beaty

by James O. Hoge

on Religious Perspectives In Faulkner’s Fiction: Yoknapatawpha and Beyond by J. Robert Barth, S. J. Notre Dame

by M. E. Bradford

on The Children of Pride: A True Story of Georgia and the Civil War by Robert Manon Myers

by F. N. Boney

on The Girl fom Ipanema by Charles Edward Eaton

by H. E. Francis

on The Nick Adams Stories by Ernest Hemingway, Philip Young

by George Monteiro


Winter 1972