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CONTENTS OF ISSUE NO. 17, WINTER, 1986

Louis T. Milic: Stories of Love-For Women Only, 3

Authors reveal a glimpse into the competitive world of romance-writing.

James G. Thompson: Historical Errors About the Ancient Olympic Games, 20

Historians have been wrong about the Olympic Games since they began.

Bonnie Herbst: She Ducked into a Phone Booth ..., 25

Havens for superheroes, G-men, and stocking-straighteners-how did we ever do without them?

Gary Fincke: Short Story, "Binghamton Bus", 35

Robert Cluett: The Fall of the House of Cruse-The Politics of Wine, 42

The story behind the scam that shook the French wine industry.

Lester Adelson: Handguns and Criminal Violence, 55

Cuyahoga County's deputy coroner takes a stand on the handgun control issue.

Peter Salm: Undoing Babel, 61

The perils of translation-can it be both beautiful and true?

John Hinds: The Mysterious Language of Japan, 67

How to address a Japanese greengrocer, and the solutions to other language problems in Japan. (Latest of The Gamut's "Languages of the World" series.)

David B. Guralnik: Word Watch. Neologisms: A Corporate Vocabulary, 72

Bethany S. Oberst: The Case of Dr. Berjot: a Lesson in Creative Autobiography, 74

The elusive line between life and literature.

From “A Voyage to New Orleans" by Dr. E. Berjot., 81

Jesse Bier: Humor in Israel, 87

Is it OK to be funny at the Third International Conference on humor in Tel Aviv?

BACK MATTER

John A. Flower: Professional Art and Popular Art: Principles and Prescriptions, 92

David Evett: New Play House Not For Plays, 95

Publication Date

Winter 1986

Publisher

Cleveland State University

City

Cleveland

Disciplines

Arts and Humanities | Business | Medicine and Health Sciences | Social and Behavioral Sciences

The Gamut: A Journal of Ideas and Information, No. 17, Winter 1986

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