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CONTENTS OF ISSUE NO. 22, FALL/WINTER, 1987

Louis T. Milic: Editorial, 2

Reading the Author Out of the Story

Kelly Cunnane: Come Out on the Daylight, 6

A Peace Corps worker's Kenya Journal

Karen Ahner: Cameras Without Lenses, 27

The artistic uses of the pinhole camera

Dwight Brown: Universal Public Service, 31

The salvation of American youth may lie in this "moral equivalent of war"

Philippa Kiraly: The Music of Bows, 37

All about the little stick that makes stringed instruments sing

The Gamut's Pick of Poets

Leonard M. Trawick: Many Are Called, 49

Contemporary poetry flourishes in neglect

Daniel Liebert: Last Summer, 52

Snapshot at Twenty

Marjorie Power: Woman in Snowlight, 53

Laura Winton: A Lone Life, 54

James Cushing: Old Man River, 55

John Bennett: Anima, 56

Margot Livesey: Fiction According to Arthur, 57

Keith M. Kendig: Topology: Mathematics' Wonderful New Flexible Tool, 69

Why a topologist can't tell the difference between a doughnut and a coffee cup

Alan S. Rosenbaum: Presidential Accountability, 85

Constitutional and moral implications of the Iran-Contra affair, Robert Bork's nomination, and the President's stand on religion in the schools

Back Matter

Bruce A. Beatie: Comparing "City" Magazines, 92

Jesse Bier: Confessions of a Franglais-phile, 95

Publication Date

Fall 1987

Publisher

Cleveland State University

City

Cleveland

Disciplines

Arts and Humanities | Social and Behavioral Sciences

The Gamut: A Journal of Ideas and Information, No. 22, Fall/Winter 1987

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