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CONTENTS OF ISSUE NO. 25, WINTER, 1988

Louis T. Milic: Editorial, 2

Shutting Up

Eric Johannesen: George W Howe's Euclid Avenue, 5

A walk past turn-of-the-century mansions

Hester Lewellen: Who Gets the Armrest?, 16

A study of the territorial urge in theaters

Jack Matthews: Fiction, 20

Recurring Dreams

Edward R. Haymes: Thidrek's Saga: A German Storybook at a Medieval Norwegian Court, 33

Blood, lust, and treachery in verse

Albert Borowitz: The Judge's Black Cadillac, 40

The facts about the "third man" at Death Corner

Jeff Erdie: Archaeology in the Flats: The Dig at Irishtown Bend, 47

A participant's account

William Tabac: Drug Money and the Lawyer's Fee, 55

It may be satisfying to deprive suspected drug traffickers of their assets, but is it constitutional?

Eva Reitma: Fiction, 66

Crybaby

Terry K. Woods: Crossing Ohio By Boat, 71

Travel in Ohio's nineteenth-century canal passenger boats

Poetry

Trent Busch: The Detectives, 84

Left, 85

J. B. Goodenough: New Neighbors, 86

Summer House, 86

Back Matter

Hugh J. Brown: Collecting Poetry: Caveats from a Bibliophile, 87

Michael Zimmerman: A Boy and a Dog and a Lawn: A Perversion of Values, 94

Publication Date

Winter 1988

Publisher

Cleveland State University

City

Cleveland

Disciplines

Arts and Humanities | Law | Social and Behavioral Sciences

The Gamut: A Journal of Ideas and Information, No. 25, Winter 1988

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