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CONTENTS OF ISSUE NO. 13, FALL 1984

Editorial: Our Fifth Year, 3

Dick Feagler: The Two Conventions, 4

Noted cynic observes the follies of national politics

The Gamut Photography Contest Winners, 9

Brenda L. Lewison, Jim Boland, Janine Bentivegna,

Eileen M. Delehanty, Genevieve Gauthier, Rhoda Grannum,

Buena Johnson, Charles J. Mintz, Tom Ritter, Wayne Sot

Louis Giannetti: Italian Neorealist Cinema, 20

Political philosophies and political realities shaped the work of the great post-war Italian filmmakers

Gary Engle: Krazy Kat and the Spirit of Surrealism, 28

George Herriman's famous cartoon strip reflects early twentieth century artistic ideas.

The Gamut Prize in Short Fiction

Carol Felder: Colleagues, 40

Jennifer Bass Gostin: Seeds, 45

Elizabeth Searle: The Answer Man, 47

John Greppin: The Gypsy Language, 50

Language is the link that holds together this people without a country: latest in the Languages of the World series

G. Whitney Azoy: Habib's Last Ride, 53

Traditional myth patterns give dispossessed Afghans a grasp on their crumbling world

David R. Mason: Alfred North Whitehead -A Civilized Philosopher, 59

The great British thinker moved to America and brought philosophy out of the clouds and into everyday life

Michael Cole: Through A Lens, Darkly, 68

Three Prose Poems inspired by photographs of Jerry Uelsmann

Carole Venaleck: The Invisible Power of Color, 72

You may not know what that red room is doing to you

Louise Boston and Edward J. McNeeley: Computer Memory, 76

The heart of the information revolution

Karl Kempton: Two Concrete Poems, 80

BACK MATTER

John Stark Bellamy II: In Praise of Gissing, 82

Hester Lewellen: On a Murder Jury, 84

Publication Date

Fall 1984

Publisher

Cleveland State University

City

Cleveland

Disciplines

Arts and Humanities | Physical Sciences and Mathematics | Social and Behavioral Sciences

The Gamut: A Journal of Ideas and Information, No. 13, Fall 1984

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