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The Georgia Review Winter 1995

Table of Contents

Special Feature

The Nobel Laureates of Literature: An Olympic Gathering: Panel Discussion I

by Joseph Brodsky, Toni Morrison, Kenzaburo Ōe, & Wole Soyinka (moderated by Ted Koppel)

The Nobel Laureates of Literature: An Olympic Gathering: Panel Discussion II

by Czeslaw Miłosz, Octavio Paz, Claude Simon, & Derek Walcott (moderated by Ted Koppel)

Up-and-Down Sun: Notes on the Sacred

by Reg Saner

Neanderthal Tongues

by Ranbir Sidhu

An Animal of the Sixth Day & Living in Is

by Laura Fargas

At the Other Grandfather’s Door

by Linda Lee Harper

Full Measure

by Kay Ryan


by Gibb Windahl


by Gray Jacobik

Sources of the Flute

by Dabney Stuart

Vagabondage—Women in Music

by Gertrude Degenhardt

A Terrible Beauty: The Politics in Poetry (on Writing and Being by Nadine Gordimer; The Angel of History by Carolyn Forché; A Wedding in Hell by Charles Simic; Bad Alchemy by Dionisio D. Martínez; That Kind of Danger by Donna Masini; The Prince of the Quotidian by Paul Muldoon; and The Annals of Chile by Paul Muldoon)

by Judith Kitchen

Exclusionary Principles (on The Point by Charles D’Ambrosio; Blue Spruce by David Long; Kneeling on Rice by Elizabeth Denton; and Open Secrets by Alice Munro)

by Erin McGraw

on Remembering William Carlos Williams by James Laughlin

by Daniel Hoffman

on With My Trousers Rolled: Familiar Essays by Joseph Epstein

by Sanford Pinsker

Two Fabulists (Little Kingdoms by Steven Millhauser and A Plague of Dreamers by Steve Stern)

by Daniel Green


Winter 1995