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The Georgia Review Fall 2001

Table of Contents

Special Feature

A Letter to Bishop Robert E. Jones

by William Faulkner

In Praise of the Black Mother: An Unpublished Faulkner Letter on “Mammy” Caroline Barr

by Bart H. Welling

The Sound That Comes from Character: An Interview with Louis Simpson on the Life and Poetry of James Wright

by Jonathan Blunk

The True Shape of Poetry: A Reading and a Conversation

by James Wright
Essays

The Most Precious Square of Sense: In Praise of Shakespeare’s “Politics”

by David Bosworth

Warring Memories

by Kandi Tayebi
Fiction

Escape

by Randy F. Nelson

Getting the Story

by Shelley Costa

Heed

by Emily Pease

Passing for Faith

by Liz Mandrell
Poetry

Grand Forks

by Louis Simpson

I Would Trade Places with Your Death

by John McKernan

Imagining Grace

by Laura Bernstein

Widow’s Weather

by Heather Ross Miller
Art

Still Home

by Shellburne Thurber
Reviews

“I Am Telling You This as Calmly as I Can”: A Review of Recent Poetry Chapbooks All in All by Laura Chester; Catch and Release by Jamie Simpson; Fear of Everything by David Starkey; The Memphis Sun by Jim Murphy; A Day’s Work by Rick Campbell; Blue Numbers, Red Life by Roy Jacobstein; and Lilting by R. T. Smith)

by Paul Zimmer

Crass Casualty (on Casualties by Ron Rash; Marked Men by Michael C. White; Glory Goes and Gets Some: Stories by Emily Carter; Troublemakers by John McNally; and Scar Vegas and Other Stories by Tom Paine)

by Kathleen Snodgrass

Natural Selection (on The Wick of Memory: New and Selected Poems, 1970-2000 by Dave Smith; Knowing: New and Selected Poems by Jonathan Holden; The Blessing: New and Selected Poems by Richard Jones; Selected Poems of Anne Sexton by Anne Sexton, edited and with an introduction by Diane Wood Middlebrook and Diana Hume George; Sweet Confluence: New and Selected Poems by Susan Ludvigson; and The Selected Levis by Larry Levis, selected and with an afterword by David St. John)

by Greg Johnson

on Karmic Traces, 1993-1999 by Eliot Weinberger

by David Ingle

on Miłosz’s ABC’s: Memories, Dreams and Reflections from the Nobel Laureate by Czesław Miłosz, translated by Madeline G. Levine

by L. S. Klatt

on The Scarlet Professor: Newton Arvin, A Literary Life Shattered by Scandal by Barry Werth

by Myles Weber

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