[Athens, Georgia]: [University of Georgia], Winter, 1980. 8vo. [vi], pp. 711-936, . With 7 leaves of photographic plates. Original pictorial wrappers. Item #11579
Contains Perloff’s essay, The man who loved women: The medical fictions of William Carlos Williams. Established in 1947, The Georgia Review quickly came to be known as one of America’s premiere journals of art and letters. It has featured the works of Nobel laureates, Pulitzer prize winners as well as the work of previously unpublished writers and poets. This issue features works by Joyce Carol Oates, Eudora Welty, Robert Penn Warren, and many others. Perloff is currently a professor at Stanford University, and soon to be president of the Modern Language Association.