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The Georgia Review Spring 1972

Table of Contents

Essays

“2001” and the Literary Sensibility

by W. R. Robinson & Mary McDermott

“A Sensible Way to Play the Fool”: Melville’s “The Confidence Man”

by Stanley Trachtenberg

Christian Socialism Comes to Georgia: The Christian Commonwealth Colony

by Paul D. Bolster

Csardas at Salt Springs: Southern Culture in 1888

by Benjamin W. Griffith

Georgica: Book I

by David R. Slavitt

Narcissus in North Carolina: Harold Grier McCurdy

by Edward Krickel
Fiction

Bob and the Other Man

by Allen Wier
Poetry

A Barbed Wire Fence

by Gar Bethel

American Gothic

by Philip Murray

The Evidence

by Van K. Brock
Reviews

on Something to Answer For by P. H. Newby; The Public Image by Muriel Spark; The Nice and the Good by Iris Murdoch; Impossible Object by Nicholas Mosley; & From Scenes Like These by Gordon M. Williams

by E. C. Bufkin

on The Philosophy of Josiah Royce by John K. Roth

by L. B. Cebik

on Thomas Wolfe: A Checklist by Elmer D. Johnson

by Paschal Reeves

on Tragic Occasions: Essays on Several Forms by B. L. Reid

by Lodwick Hartley

on William James by Bernard P. Brennan

by L. B. Cebik

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Spring 1972

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