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The Georgia Review Spring 1991

Table of Contents

Essays

Being at Two with Nature

by Robert Finch

Politics in Literature, Literature in Politics

by Árpád Göncz

The Truth Beyond Facts: Journalism and Literature

by Thomas Gavin

The World Is Large and Full of Noises: Thoughts on Translation

by Jane Hirshfield

Why It Must Be Abstract

by James Longenbach
Fiction

Panties

by William Matthews

Signs and Wonders

by Max Garland
Poetry

A Letter from Margaret to Her Sister

by Debra Hines

April’s Anarchy

by Yusef Komunyakaa

Auntie Anthem

by Thomas Russell

Bad Lay

by Linda McCarriston

Big Boy

by Rick Hill

Birds

by Michael Mott

Easter

by Tom Whalen

Owl and Mouse in a Cage

by Steve Kronen

Postscript

by Christine Gebhard

Stone Soup; What the Keyhole Was; & Big Black Car

by Lynn Emanuel

Swaggers into Sound of Mind

by Liz Brixius

The Flowering Crab

by Debora Greger

The Moment Before the Song Begins

by Starkey Flythe Jr.

Warpath

by Peter Meinke
Reviews

“Monks Pond” and the Slough of Despond: Crisis in the Cloister and the Flight from the Feminine (on Monks Pond: Thomas Merton’s Little Magazine by Robert E. Daggy & Thomas Merton’s Art of Denial: The Evolution of a Radical Humanist by David D. Cooper)

by Madeline DeFrees

Auditory Imagination: The Sense of Sound (on Blessed Coming Off Ladders by Pamela Gross; Let Evening Come by Jane Kenyon; The City in Which I Love You by Li-Young Lee; The Drowned River by Thomas Lux; on Echoes of the Unspoken by Wayne Dodd)

by Judith Kitchen

on Articles of War: A Collection of American Poetry about World War II by Leon Stokesbury

by Steve Kronen

on Breathing under Water and Other East European Essays by Stanislaw Baranczak

by Gary Gildner

on The Anatomy of Philosophical Style: Literary Philosophy and the Philosophy of Literature by Berel Lang

by Richard Watson

on The Death of Literature by Alvin Kernan

by Sanford Pinsker

The Landscape of Story (on The Long White by Sharon Dilworth; Wind by Leigh Allison Wilson; Useful Gifts by Carole L. Glickfeld; & On the Island by Josephine Jacobsen)

by Erin McGraw

The Literary Essay: Going Everywhere, Doing Everything (on A Sympathy of Souls by Albert Goldbarth; Maps to Anywhere by Bernard Cooper; & The Tyrannies of Virtue: The Cultural Criticism of John P. Sisk by Chris Anderson)

by Sanford Pinsker

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