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CONTENTS OF ISSUE NO. 15, SPRING/SUMMER, 1985

Robert Finn: Learning to Enjoy Today's Music, 2

Getting past Stravinsky and Mahler to the hard stuff

James C. Haden: Stoning Socrates, 12

A philosopher looks at I. F. Stone's revisionist view of Socrates

William F. Lyon: Fireflies llluminate Life Processes, 23

Perhaps you should have kept those lightning bugs you used to catch on hot summer nights

John F. Donoghue: Two Poems, 26

"Space-Time and Sinkers" and "Concerto"

Louis T. Milic: Giving Away $1,000,000 a Year, 28

Stewart R. Mott's individualized philanthropy

David Sheskin: Four Drawings, 37

SPECIAL SECTION: SUPPORTING THE ARTS

Editorial, 41

Louis R. Barbato: Cleveland Opera at the Crossroads, or, Colonel Klink's Monocle, 50

A long-time opera buff considers past progress and future prospects

Susan Daniels: Bankrolling the Cleveland Ballet, 59

A young company's rise to financial stability

Mary Reeb: AdelIa Prentiss Hughes and the Founding, Fostering, and Financing of the Cleveland Orchestra, 62

A woman who wanted to do more than play the piano in the parlor

A Thriving Enterprise-with a Sharp Eye down the Road, 69

Interview with Evan Turner, Director of the Cleveland Museum of Art

Lana Gerlach: The Art That Pays Its Own Way, 74

Culture at the movies

Mary Grimm: Writers' Workshops: the Need to Talk, 79

Writers require more than typewriter and paper

David H. Evett: A Model Cultural Hotbed-Elizabethan London, 85

Could Cleveland produce another Shakespeare?

BACK MATTER

Hester Lewellen: Jury Followup, 93

Marcelo Jacobs-Lorena: Paradise is Heaven, 93

Ted Hopes: Elmer Flick of the Cleveland Blues, 95

Robert Tfrelawny: Comment on Comment Cards, 95

Publication Date

Spring 1985

Publisher

Cleveland State University

City

Cleveland

Disciplines

Arts and Humanities | Life Sciences | Social and Behavioral Sciences

The Gamut: A Journal of Ideas and Information, No. 15, Spring/Summer 1985

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