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CONTENTS OF ISSUE NO. 27, SUMMER, 1989
Louis T. Milic: Editorial, 2
The New Library of the Past
Diana Orendi Hinze: Expiation and Repression, 4
German literature and the Nazi past
J. Heywood Alexander: "Our Redeemed, Beloved Land", 16
Bands, songs, Lincoln! and the Civil War.
Sylvia Whitman: Mountain Nurses, 25
Kentucky's Frontier Nursing Service for mother and child.
Ron Haybron: Fraud in Science, 33
Can we place our trust in the heirs of Galileo and Pasteur?
Pat Martaus: Feminist Literary Criticism, 45
Social reform or academic language game?
J. E. Vacha: Constance and the Con, 51
The unlikely friendship between a Cleveland career girl and Sing Sing's celebrated editor inmate.
Ken Waldman: Three Lessons in Taking Off Clothes, 62
The Non Sequitur at the Intersection of Market and Vine, 63
William Virgil Davis: Still Life, 64
Carolyn Reams Smith: Know Old Caleb, 65
Killing Old Caleb For Grandma Mary, 66
B. A. St. Andrews: The Alchemists, 68
Victoria Neufeldt: Catching Up With the Language, 69
Revising Webster's New World Dictionary
Hannah Gilberg and the editors: A Good Bowl-and a Work of Art, 80
A Portfolio of Ceramics by Theresa Yondo
P K. Saha: The Verbal Workshop, 87
A review of The Wordtree , a thesaurus of ideas
Ken Roby: Rescuing Bentley, 95
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