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The Georgia Review Winter 1978

Table of Contents


A Conspiracy Theory of Literature: Thoreau and You

by Steven G. Kellman

Saul Bellow at Purdue

by Mark Harris

The Art of Excellence and the Art of the Unattainable

by Richard Shiff

The Countenance You Show Me: Reading the Passions in the Eighteenth Century

by Alan T. McKenzie

The Language of Adventure

by James Lill

Toward a Transhumanized Earth: Imagination, Science, and Future

by Ihab Hassan


by Frances Goldwater

The Child

by Eugene K. Garber

Animals Who Remember

by Marilyn Nelson Waniek

Cutting Beetle-Blighted Ponderosa Pine

by Jonathan Holden


by Charles Simic

Filing System

by Walter McDonald

High Field—First Day of Winter

by Gary Eddy


by Jorie Graham

The Perfect Stranger

by Vern Rutsala

The Second Violinist’s Son

by Debora Greger

To the Cicada

by James Wright


by Philip Levine

Transfigures: Sketches in Clay

by Charlotte von Glasersfeld & Walker Montgomery

on AfterJoyce: Studies in Fiction After Ulysses by Robert Martin Adams

by David I. Grossvogel

on André Bazin by Dudley Andrew

by Alexander Sesonske

on Ecrits by Jacques Lacan, Alan Sheridan; & Life and Death in Psychoanalysis by Jean Laplanche, Jeffrey Mehlman

by Richard King

on Life in the English Country House: A Social and Architectural History by Mark Girouard; & The Work of Robert Adam by Geoffrey Beard

by Ronald Paulson

on On Moral Fiction by John Gardner

by Brina Caplan

on Real and Imagined Worlds: The Novel and Social Science by Morroe Berger

by Paula R. Backscheider

on Remembering Poets: Reminiscences and Opinions by Donald Hall

by Wayne Dodd

on Some Trees by John Ashbery; Houseboat Days by John Ashbery; The Snow Poems by A. R. Ammons; The Selected Poems 1951-1977 by A. R. Ammons; &Selected Poems by Lucien Stryk

by Peter Stitt

Roll, Presses, Roll: Recent Works on Black History (on Slave Testimony: Two Centuries of Letters, Speeches, Interviews, and Autobiographies by John W. Blassingame; This Species of Property: Slave Life and Culture in the Old South by Leslie Howard Owens; & They Came Before Columbus: The African Presence in Ancient America by Ivan Van Sertima)

by F. N. Boney

The Colonial South Rediscovered (on Intellectual Life in the Colonial South 1585-1763. 3 volumes by Richard Beale Davis)

by C. Hugh Holman

The Stage Irishman as Academic (on The Irish Renaissance by Richard Fallis; The Celts: The People Who Came Out of the Darkness by Gerhard Herm; A Flann O’Brien Reader by Stephen Jones; & Celtic Heritage: Ancient Tradition in Ireland and Wales by Alwyn Rees, Brinley Rees)

by Warren Leamon

Woman’s Work (on The Remembered Gate: Origins of American Feminism by Barbara J. Berg; The Lowell Offering: Writings by New England Mill Women (1840-1845) by Benita Eisler; The Factory Girls by Philip S. Foner; & Work by Louisa May Alcott, Sarah Elbert)

by Carol Kolmerten


Winter 1978


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