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CONTENTS OF ISSUE NO. 32, SPRING, 1991

Editorial

Louis T. Milic: The Cynic’s New Word Book, 2

Jane Ware: The Bones of Fort Laurens, 4

Excavating Ohio’s only Revolutionary War fort

Lawrence Martin: The Pickwickian Syndrome, 12

A deadly combination of obesity and too shallow breathing

Donald Dewey: Let’s Reorganize Major League Sports!, 25

Shouldn’t major league membership be based on performance?

Barbra Cunliffe Singleton: Walking the Wrong Way Around the Monastery, 31

Tibet’s cultural heritage is being erased under Chinese rule

John A.C. Greppin: The Language of the Babylonians and Assyrians, 37

Deciphering cuneiform, the wedge-shaped Akkadian script

Christopher Nyerges: Don’t Fight Green Invaders—Eat Them!, 44

Wild plants aren’t all weeds

Fiction

Vicki Nelson: The Comic Book War, 51

Elise Bonza: Junk into Art: Sculpture-Hangings by Rema Mandel, 63

Sculpture with industrial roots

Peter C. Baker: Human Survival from Conception to Old Age, 69

The odds on embryonic and fetal failure

Steve Bonner: Words into Plowshares, 76

Manipulating the world with cultural tools

Mark Edward Koltko: On Committing Acts of Psychotherapy, 79

Psychoanalysis is no tea party

Martin Siegal: Selling It with a Smile, 82

From Chiquita Banana to Morris the Cat

Poetry

Marilee Richards: Giving You Up, 88

Visit to the Polygamists, 89

Katherine Murphy: Miss Intensity Thinks About Her Name, 91

David Reddal: Yo-Yo Man, 94

1951: when the kid who mastered the Duncan Imperial could be kind of the playground

Publication Date

Spring 1991

Publisher

Cleveland State University

City

Cleveland

Disciplines

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