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CONTENTS OF ISSUE NO. 6, SPRING/SUMMER, 1982
Charles R. Voracek: What Do You Serve an Aardvark for Dinner, 3
The art and science of zoo animal nutrition.
Winning Stories in The Gamut’s Short-Short Story Contest, 13
Bruce Horovitz: No Reason No More, 14
Donald Laurila: Lamps, 16
Marcia Fear: Behavior Modification, 17
Rose Ellison King: Me and Mrs. Jim, 20
Donald R. Nichols: Heir to the First, 22
Mary-Peale Schofield: Meade and Hamilton’s Livable Cleveland Houses, 24
Taste and comfort are the keynotes in the fine houses built in Cleveland’s eastern suburbs between 1910 and 1920.
David E. Sonner: America’s Oasis: The Great Lakes Region, 40
An abundant supply of water may be the key to economic prosperity in the industrial Northeast.
Daniel Jeremy Silver: A Rabbi in China, 44
In search of China’s lost Jews.
Stephen R. Coleman: B.F. Skinner: Systematic Iconoclast, 73
A sympathetic examination of the controversial psychologist and social theorist.
Robert P. Lawry: Justice in Billy Budd, 76
The Underlying ethical dilemma in Melville’s powerful story
Beverly Simmons: The Origin and Meaning of Gamut, 87
Leonard Trawick: Concrete Poetry: Medium Awaiting a Masterpiece, 88
Cumulative Indexes: The Gamut, Issues 1-6, 94
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