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The Georgia Review Winter 1989

Table of Contents

Essays

Actors in the Sky

by John Calderazzo

How to Gut a Book

by David L. Lavery

The Desperate Mission of Stefan Lux

by Betty Sargent
Fiction

As Though by Magic You Have Been Unmasked

by Dean Doner

Looking for Signs

by MaryEllen Beveridge

The Whore of Fez el Bali

by Tony Ardizzone
Poetry

Hard Souls

by Robert Dana

Ordinary Crambles

by

We and They & Thanksgiving

by Carl Dennis
Reviews

Faulkner Criticism’s Inexhaustible Voice (on William Faulkner: American Writer by Frederick R. Karl; Faulkner’s Country Matters: Folklore and Fable in Yoknapatawpha by Daniel Hoffman; Fiction’s Inexhaustible Voice: Speech and Writing in Faulkner by Stephen M. Ross; & The Crossing of the Ways: William Faulkner, The South and the Modern World by Karl F. Zender)

by Sanford Pinsker

on At Home and Abroad by V. S. Pritchett

by Michael J. Bugeja

on Heavy Traffic and High Culture: New American Library as Literary Gatekeeper in the Paperback Revolution by Thomas L. Bonn

by Stephen Enniss

on Lust & Other Stories by Susan Minot

by

on Poetry and Ambition: Essays, 1982-88 by Donald Hall

by Tom Hansen

on The Outermost Dream: Essays and Reviews by William Maxwell

by Jorge David Remy

on The Pleasures of Reading in an Ideological Age by Robert Alter

by Sanford Pinsker

on Trauma and Mastery in Life and Art by Gilbert J. Rose

by Gene Zeiger

Stalking the Barbaric Yawp (on Collected Poems by Louis Simpson; Wild Dreams Of A New Beginning by Lawrence Ferlinghetti; Selected Poems: 1938-1988 by Thomas McGrath; Echoes: Poems Left Behind by John Ciardi; & Selected Poems by W. S. Merwin)

by Diane Wakoski

Three Contemporary Masters: Brodkey, Carver, Dubus (on Stories in an Almost Classical Mode by Harold Brodkey; Where I’m Calling From: New and Selected Stories by Raymond Carver; & Selected Stories by Andre Dubus)

by Greg Johnson

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