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CONTENTS OF ISSUE NO. 16, FALL, 1985
Klaus-Peter Hinze: Hitler and the Beetle, 3
One of America's favorite automobiles, the Volkswagen "bug," began as a pet project of the Nazi regime.
Ron Haybron: Packaging the Seasons, 12
Calendars of different societies have ingeniously struggled with the incompatible cycles of sun, earth, and moon.
Nancy McAfee: Philip Johnson's Play House, 27
Cleveland's new theater complex is a major example of Post-Modern architecture.
Carsten Ahrens: Recollections of a Dragonfly Man, 39
A naturalist's lifelong pursuit of the fascinating famUy of the Odonates.
Wojbor Woyczynski: Of Men and Martingales, or, How to Gamble If You Must, 44
A deceptively simple mathematical process that could help you to hire a typist, win a court case, break the bank at Monte Carlo . . .
Stuart A. Kollar: Short Story, "Performing Art", 52
William Chisholm: Ions, Eons, Yarmulkes ... Mysteries of Pronunciation, 57
More art than science goes into the dictionaries' decisions about how to say a word.
Leonard M. Trawick: John Bennett's Poetry of Beauty and Disgust, 70
Seemingly repellent poems repay sympathetic reading.
John Bennett: Poems, 78
"Diptick for C"
Three poems from Puking Horse
"Biting the Brick"
"French fries under water"
"I was watching bug guts"
Harvey Pekar: The Novels of Daniel Fuchs, Neglected Master of the '30s, 84
Pioneering novelist turned screenwriter.
Harvey Pekar: Hypothetical Quandary. From American Splendor, 93
Nina Gibans: Supporting the Arts-A Comment, 96
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