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The Georgia Review Summer 1967

Table of Contents

Essays

Bright College Years

by Archibald Rutledge

Charlestown’s Forgotten Tea Party

by Marguerite Steedman

That Beautiful Dream of a Revolution Fifty Years Ago

by Albert Parry

The American Civil War and the Atlantic Community

by James A. Rawley

The Olin Downes Papers

by Jean Reti-Forbes

The Other Uncle Remus

by Thomas H. English

Theodore Roosevelt: Champion of “Governmental Aesthetics”

by Willard B. Gatewood, Jr.

With All Stops Out

by Elizabeth Davenport Plant
Fiction

Mote in the Pond’s Eye

by Robert Joe Stout

The Jesus Flag

by James Lewis MacLeod

The Samovar

by Martha Bennett Stiles

Under Silent Stars

by Carl Wooton
Poetry

Autumn Equinox

by William Childress

God Is Dead

by David Cornel DeJong

I Sound These Poems Over

by Richard Tillinghast

Old Chinook Singing

by Willis Eberman

To a Poet, After Services

by Mary Ann Coleman
Reviews

on Captain Alden Partridge and the United States Military Academy, 1806-1833 by Lester A. Webb

by Fletcher M. Green

on Essays, Speeches, and Public Letters by William Faulkner James B. Meriwether

by Claude Henry Neuffer

on Heroes’ Twilight by Bernard Bergonzi

by Gabriel Gersh

on Swift’s Use of the Bible, A Documentation and a Study in Allusion by Charles A. Beaumont

by Miriam K. Starkman
Interview

Portraits of Georgia Slaves, edited by Tom Landess

by J. Ralph Jones

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Summer 1967

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