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The Georgia Review Spring 1965

Table of Contents

Essays

Conrad Aiken’s “Music Strangely Subtle”

by Vance Mizelle

Escaping Westward: Faulkner’s “Golden Land”

by M. E. Bradford

Georgia’s Gift to Texas: The Lone Star Flag

by Goldie Capers Smith

Hunting in the Old South: Original Narratives of the Hunters, edited by Clarence Gohdes

by David H. Strother & Porte Crayon

Inns and Outers of the English Bar

by William Hugh Stephens

Lord of the Flies: An Analysis

by E. C. Bufkin

The Verb Menagerie

by Robert L. Coard

Why Discipline?

by Margaret Waddell Peters
Fiction

First Blood

by John William Corrington

Harry and I

by James Playsted Wood
Poetry

From Rome We Went North a Day’s Walk

by John A. Lynch

My Mother’s Final Gesture

by Helene Mullins

Old Farmer Alone

by

One to Watch

by Charles Edward Eaton

The Window

by Mary Ann Coleman
Reviews

on The License System of the City of Atlanta by James M. Wright

by William Bailey Williford

on The Three Worlds of Captain John Smith by Philip L. Barbour

by G. Melvin Herndon

on These Men She Gave: The Civil War Diary of Athens, Georgia by John F. Stegeman

by John E. Talmadge

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Spring 1965

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