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The Georgia Review Winter 1979

Table of Contents

Essays

A Master Class: From the Correspondence of Caroline Gordon and Flannery O’Connor

by Sally Fitzgerald

A Portrait of the Artist as Mother: Harriette Arnow and “The Dollmaker”

by Glenda Hobbs

Eudora Welty and the City of Man

by Elmo Howell

Flannery O’Connor and “The Business of the Purified Mind”

by Barbara McKenzie

Gertrude Stein and the Problems of Autobiography

by James E. Breslin

Looking Back at the First Story

by Eudora Welty

The Quality of Mercy, or Mrs. Warren’s Profession

by Gerald Weales
Fiction

Death of a Traveling Salesman

by Eudora Welty

Fra Lippi and Me

by Harriette Simpson Arnow & Glenda Hobbs
Poetry

from Painting the House

by Joan Joffe Hall

A Fugue

by Ellen Bryant Voigt

Absence

by Kathy Mangan

Chippewa Jack, the Mayor, and Jimmy McFee

by Mary Oliver

Graces

by Debora Greger

Herbs in the Attic

by Marilyn Nelson Waniek

Ice Fishing

by Magdaline Quinlan

If Justice Moved

by Bettie M. Sellers

In the Taxidermist’s Shop

by Siv Cedering Fox

Letter to a Censor

by Kelly Cherry

Mardi Gras Reverie

by Katherine Soniat

Not Going Out Today

by Ann Douglas

Nothing Happened

by Betty Adcock

Shared Visions

by Paula Rankin

Trestle

by Allison Funk
Art

Mattie Lou O’Kelley: American Folk Artist

by Linda Ramke & Bin Ramke
Reviews

“It Really Happened” (on The Diary of “Helena Morley.” “Neglected Books of the Twentieth Century” series by Elizabeth Bishop)

by Stephen Tapscott

on A Christina Stead Reader by Jean B. Read

by Diane Cole

on Silences by Tillie Olsen

by Iris Tillman Hill

on The Culture of Narcissism: American Life in an Age of Diminishing Expectations by Christopher Lasch

by Frederick Ferré

on Tragic Realism and Modern Society: Studies in the Sociology of the Modern Novel by John Orr

by Geoffrey Green

The History of an Illusion (on The History of Sexuality; Volume I: An Introduction by Michel Foucault, Robert Hurley; & A Lover’s Discourse: Fragments by Roland Barthes, Richard Howard)

by Richard Vine

The Teller as the Tale (on Sleepless Nights by Elizabeth Hardwick; & Three: An Unfinished Woman, Pentimento, Scoundrel Time by Lillian Hellman)

by Brina Caplan

Triptych of Excellence (on The Sitwells: A Family’s Biography by John Pearson)

by Christine Lahey-Dolega

Violence, Imagery, and Introspection (on Killing Floor by Ai; The Five Stages of Grief by Linda Pastan; & Natural Histories by Leslie Ullman)

by Peter Stitt

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