Files

Download

Download Full Text (10.4 MB)

Description

CONTENTS OF ISSUE NO. 28, WINTER, 1989

Louis T. Milic: Editorial, 2

Solution for difficult Problems

Victor M. Victoroff: Right, Wrong, and the insane Killer, 4

Frustrations of the insanity defense in criminal law

Harvey Pekar: Russian Literature’s Reawakening, 18

Avant-garde Soviet fiction writers emerge

Karen Kovacik: The Computer Muse, 29

Digitized images stimulate imagination

Barbara B. Green: Moscow and Tallinn under Gorbachev, 36

A diary of recent visits with families in Russia and Estonia

J. D. Brown: Two Churches in China, 65

Christian worship since the Cultural Revolution

Sally B. Palmer: Sing Aloud, Loud, Loud, 73

Fond memories of a New Zealand girls’ school

James G. Thompson: Minoan Bull Jumping, 81

A major athletic event 1000 years before the ancient Olympic Games

Ron Ellis: Poetry, 87

Canto 55

Lee Heredia: General Marshall’s Platoon, 89

A brief encounter with greatness

Back Matter

Henry Burger: New Sprigs from The Wordtree, 93

Robert Trelawny: Reaction to “Expiation and Repression”, 95

Diana Orendi Hinze: In Response to Mr. Trelawny’s Letter, 96

Publication Date

Winter 1989

Publisher

Cleveland State University

City

Cleveland

Disciplines

Arts and Humanities | Law | Medicine and Health Sciences | Physical Sciences and Mathematics | Social and Behavioral Sciences