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The Georgia Review Winter 2004

Table of Contents

Special Feature

Seeking Words; Last Supper; Milan Cathedral Eclipse; Bad Waters; The Clam-Rake Room; Gene Vincent’s Blue Cap; The Altar; & The Quail Men of Churchland

by Dave Smith

Life Sentences

by Sidney Burris

Rilke and the Requiem

by William Gass

Taking Emerson Personally

by John Lysaker

Taking Poe Seriously

by J. T. Barbarese

Two Sides of a Tortoise: Melville, Dickens, and the Eclipse of the West’s Moral Imagination

by David Bosworth

A Splendid Wife

by Amber Dermont


by Aryn Kyle

Song of the South

by Bret Lott

The Levanto

by Ewing Campbell

Death in the Face

by Robert Fox

Photograph of Pablo Neruda, Chile, 1948 / Photograph of the Author, Eureka, California, 1948

by Christopher Buckley

The Ambrosiana Library

by Thomas Lux

The Beauty Trap

by David Kirby

Wanting to Write like Merwin

by Annie Boutelle

Costume Party

by Robert Marx

Among the Erratics (on Delights and Shadows by Ted Kooser; The Morning of the Red Admirals by Robert Dana; From the Meadow: Selected and New Poems by Peter Everwine; Tristimania by Mary Ruefle; The Orchard by Brigit Pegeen Kelly; Desire Lines: New and Selected Poems by Lola Haskins; Invisible Bride by Tony Tost; & Goldbeater’s Skin by G. C. Waldrep)

by Jeff Gundy

Old New Critics (on Speaking of Beauty by Denis Donoghue; Melodies Unheard: Essays on the Mysteries of Poetry by Anthony Hecht; & To Sound Like Yourself: Essays on Poetry by W. D. Snodgrass)

by Ron Smith

on Ghost Orchid by Maurya Simon

by Christine Gelineau

on Is He Dead?—A Comedy in Three Acts by Mark Twain, edited by Shelley Fisher Fishkin

by Louis Phillips

on Science of Desire by Erin Murphy

by Susan Kan

on Sontag and Kael: Opposites Attract Me by Craig Seligman

by Myles Weber

on What’s Nature Worth? by Terre Satterfield and Scott Slovic

by Doug Carlson


Winter 2004