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The Georgia Review Winter 1983

Table of Contents


Another America?

by George Watson

Borderlands: Letters and Gossip

by Patricia Meyer Spacks

Fiction, Truth, and the Character of Beliefs

by C. Barry Chabot

Killing Space: The Dialectic in John Carpenter’s Films

by Robert E. Ziegler

The Death of Randall Jamil: A Problem in Legendary Biography

by Suzanne Ferguson

The Empire of Irony

by Wayne C. Booth


by T. E. Holt

The Tennessee War of the Roses

by Robert Taylor Jr.

And Called, We Shall Rise

by Thomas Johnson


by Neal Bowers

Eight Unrelated Definitions

by Mark Johnston

It’s All in Your Head

by Marilyn Nelson Waniek

On the Tradition of Misdirecting Travelers

by Brad Comann

Our Lady of the Table

by Mark Vinz


by Robert Penn Warren

The Harbor in Winter

by Frank Gasper

Three Moods of Winter

by Harriet Susskind

To S.

by Deborah Digges

John Abbot, Pioneer Naturalist

by Elizabeth P. Reynolds

Imagination on the Ropes (on The Anatomy Lesson by Philip Roth)

by Sanford Pinsker

on Subversive Genealogy: The Politics and Art of Herman Melville by Michael Paul Rogin

by Wai-chee Dimock

Single-Fisted Intensity (on The End of the World Is Los Angeles by François Camoin; From the Bottom Up by Leigh Allison Wilson; Shiny Objects by Dianne Benedict)

by Doris Grumbach

The Fearful Symmetry of John le Carré (on The Little Drummer Girl by John Le Carré)

by Steven G. Kellman


Winter 1983