Summer 1973



Summer 1973

Table of Contents


An Aesthetic Parable: Faulkner’s “Artist at Home”

Eliot’s “Ash Wednesday” and Maritain’s Ideal for Poetry

Evelyn Waugh: Satire and Symbol

Growing Up in Georgia and Tennessee: The Letters of John E. Talmadge and William Wallace Davidson: part Two

Lamar Dodd: “One’s Study Is Never Finished”

Politics and the Poetry of Robert Lowell

Shelley the Assassin

The Progress of Hernando de Soto in Andrew Lytle’s “At the Moon’s Inn”


William Saroyan, Come Home


Eating Pears at Midnight

Miss Sally Speaks of a Funeral

Notes for an Illustrated Life

Remonstrance with the Muse & Ripe Fruit

Translations from the Latin by Michael West

Two Lyrics: For My Father


on A New History of Spanish American Fiction. Vol. I, Vol. II by Kessel Schwartz

on Architecture of Middle Georgia: The Oconee Area by John Linley; & The Housing of Oglethorpe County, Georgia, 1790-1860 by Ava D. Rogers

on Kierkegaard and Faulkner: Modalities of Existence by George C. Bedell

on Saigon Cemetery by D. C. Berry, George Garrett

on The Poetry of John Crowe Ransom by Miller Williams; Beating the Bushes: Selected Essays, 1941-1970 by John Crowe Ransom; & John Crowe Ransom: Critical Principles and Preoccupations by James E. Magner, Jr.

on William Carlos Williams’ Paterson: Language and Landscape by Joel Conarroe; Studies in Paterson. [Charles E. Merrill Studies] by John Engels; A Companion to William Carlos Williams’s Paterson by Benjamin Sankey; & William Carlos Williams: The American Background by Mike Weaver

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