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The Georgia Review Summer 1966

Table of Contents

Essays

Bells for John Stewart’s Burden: A Sermon upon the Desirable Death of the “New Provincialism” Here Typified

by Marion Montgomery

H. Rider Haggard

by Paul Mowbray Wheeler

Hunting in the Old South, edited by Clarence Gohdes

by Juliana Rosebud

Master Teacher—Master Builder

by Zera Pendleton Nottingham

Our Policies Affecting Africa and the Caribbean

by Edward P. Lawton

The Public’s Responsibility to the American Landscape

by Hubert B. Owens
Fiction

The Dummy

by Tom Burnam

Too Soon Solos

by Patrick Worth Gray

Uncle Felix and the Party Emblem

by Jesse Stuart
Poetry

And Who for Man?

by Edward Orr

Canvas Mysteries

by Ben C. Toledano

Redeeming Feature

by William Walden

Song of the Marxist Critic

by Philip Murray

To Emily Dickinson

by Margaret Tynes Fairley
Reviews

on Katherine Anne Porter by George Hendrick

by William L. Nance

on Southern Sketches From Virginia, 1881-1901 by Orra Langhorne, Charles E. Wynes

by Dewey W. Grantham, Jr.

on The Liberation of Lord Byron Jones by Jesse Hill Ford

by William J. Free

on Thomas Holcroft and The Revolutionary Novel by Rodney M. Baine

by Lionel Stevenson

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Summer 1966

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