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CONTENTS OF ISSUE NO. 29, SPRING, 1990

Louis T. Milic: Editorial, 2

Yes, We Need a New Pronoun or Something

Sara Ruth Watson: Gustave Eiffel and His Tower, 5

The Masterpiece of the nineteenth century’s greatest bridge builder

Robert J. White: Tumors of the Mind, 18

New techniques of diagnosis and surgery offer hope for victims of brain tumor

Ray Begovich: Paradise—a Nice Place to Visit, 23

Sharks, roaches, tourists, and the darker side of Tahiti

Benji Wald: Swahili: A Major African Language, 34

A lingua franca for seventy million people

Elizabeth P. Kirk: Imaging the Past, 44

An album of historic photographs from the Western Reserve Historical Society

David Regetz: Police Stress – The Hidden Enemy, 60

The psychological dangers build into ever police officer’s daily routine

Claude Clayton Smith: Made in Ada: The NFL Ball, 69

Following a football from steerhide to first pass

Lynn Luria-Sukenick: Prose Poems: Four Fish, 79

Lee Crawley Kirk: Four Poems: Blood Music, 81

Pattie Hainer: French Supermarkets: Worshipping Food French Style, 85

A tour of the hypermarche: gasoline, pigsnouts, champagne six-packs, and 29 kinds of fresh-baked bread

Ken Roby: Hometown Heroism, 91

Demands and rewards of volunteer firefighting

Publication Date

Spring 1990

Publisher

Cleveland State University

City

Cleveland

Disciplines

Arts and Humanities | Medicine and Health Sciences | Social and Behavioral Sciences

The Gamut: A Journal of Ideas and Information, No. 29, Spring 1990

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