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CONTENTS OF ISSUE NO. 23, SPRING, 1988
Louis T. Milic: Editorial, 2
Bearing Witness to the Best
Vincent Dowling: Interview: The Abbey Theatre-For Ireland and the World, 5
New artistic director charts ambitious course for "international Irish" drama.
Barbara Green: Machiavelli and the Problem of Evil, 17
Does Machiavellian have to mean evil?
Bruce A. Beatie: John Griswold White and His Libraries, 29
The Cleveland Public Library's unrivaled collections of chess lore, folklore, and Orientalia.
George A. Mauersberger: A Stage Set, a Bucket, a Cave, 43
Portfolio of drawings.
Samuel M. Savin: The Great Earthquake of '86, 52
A look at the unstable earth under our feet.
Ian Hancock: Romani: Language of the Gypsies, 61
John Gerlach: Fiction, 66
Sibley W Hoobler: Jared Kirtland and His Warbler, 75
A remarkable man and the remarkable bird named in his honor.
Jack A. Soules: Artificial Intelligence, 79
Can machines think as we do? And do we want them to?
A Fistful of Poets
Robert Wallace: After a Time, 88
When You Buy a Big, Old House, 89
Ron Houchin: A Short History of Fire, 90
Noreen A. McSherry: First Communion, 91
Jeff Gundy: Media Inquiries, 92
Christopher L. Domin: For Three Who Drowned Young, 93
Diana Jachman: Fiction, 94
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