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The Color Of White Dec 1989

The Color Of White

Westview

No abstract provided.


Westview: Vol. 9, Iss. 2 (Winter 1989) Dec 1989

Westview: Vol. 9, Iss. 2 (Winter 1989)

Westview

No abstract provided.


Inscape Fall 1989, Morehead State University Oct 1989

Inscape Fall 1989, Morehead State University

Inscape: Art & Literary Magazine Archive

The Fall 1989 edition of the Inscape: Literary and Art Magazine.


The Lantern Vol. 56, No. 1, Fall 1989, Anthony Mccurdy, Matthew Noll, Rich Galeone, Pat Benes, Melissa Pollack, Erika Rohrbach, Holly Teti, Kate Phillips, Diane Orleman, Paula Love, Joe Repko, Richard Fletcher, Wesley Lipschultz, Pat Angelos Oct 1989

The Lantern Vol. 56, No. 1, Fall 1989, Anthony Mccurdy, Matthew Noll, Rich Galeone, Pat Benes, Melissa Pollack, Erika Rohrbach, Holly Teti, Kate Phillips, Diane Orleman, Paula Love, Joe Repko, Richard Fletcher, Wesley Lipschultz, Pat Angelos

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• Spider Silk
• Cattle Prods and Prodigies
• Hooligans
• Japan Night
• Closed Captioned for the Emotionally Impaired
• On Reading Ellison's "King of the Bingo Game"
• Breakfast Talk
• Thoughts in a Boring Bed
• Therapy
• Maria's Room
• The Poet, Unsuccessful Once Again
• Words in a Restaurant
• Their Way
• Maternity
• Hell in a Nut Shell
• Transformers
• What Would Mozart Hear?
• A Single Sestina


1989 Fall Quiz And Quill Magazine, Otterbein University Oct 1989

1989 Fall Quiz And Quill Magazine, Otterbein University

Quiz and Quill

No abstract provided.


Skunk River Review September 1989, Vol 1 No 1, Kimber Jellema, Ron Buch, Ed Fosselman, Della Burman, Sandy Heck, Lisa R. Stuart, Charity Mccauley, Michael Clark, Claudia Ryner, Denise Lindgren, Wendy S. Huisman, Hunter Burke, David L. Bare, Brittain Clint Ladd, Deb Phelan, Melissa Ross, Jessica Chappelle, Christine Flynn, Karen J. Sellen, Stacee Harger, Rosslyn Carrier, Janet Laird, Rita Johannsen, Nannette L. Host, Scott Eschbach, Gaile Linn, Donna Adkins, Steve Gordon, Nancy Kay Turner, Christine Richey, Jeff Mcdowell, Susan Woods, Curtis Bentley Sep 1989

Skunk River Review September 1989, Vol 1 No 1, Kimber Jellema, Ron Buch, Ed Fosselman, Della Burman, Sandy Heck, Lisa R. Stuart, Charity Mccauley, Michael Clark, Claudia Ryner, Denise Lindgren, Wendy S. Huisman, Hunter Burke, David L. Bare, Brittain Clint Ladd, Deb Phelan, Melissa Ross, Jessica Chappelle, Christine Flynn, Karen J. Sellen, Stacee Harger, Rosslyn Carrier, Janet Laird, Rita Johannsen, Nannette L. Host, Scott Eschbach, Gaile Linn, Donna Adkins, Steve Gordon, Nancy Kay Turner, Christine Richey, Jeff Mcdowell, Susan Woods, Curtis Bentley

Skunk River Review

No abstract provided.


Westview: Vol. 9, Iss. 1 (Fall 1989) Sep 1989

Westview: Vol. 9, Iss. 1 (Fall 1989)

Westview

No abstract provided.


The Happy Accident, Robert Manning Jun 1989

The Happy Accident, Robert Manning

New England Journal of Public Policy

In "The Happy Accident," Robert Manning's delightful memoir of his early newspaper days in Binghamton, New York, we are brought back to an earlier and seemingly more innocent time when New England — and America — stood on the threshold of change. The moral of going home, it seems, is that as much changes, much never changes — something we should perhaps remember in these last feverish days of the nineteen eighties.


Westview: Vol. 8, Iss. 4 (Summer 1989) Jun 1989

Westview: Vol. 8, Iss. 4 (Summer 1989)

Westview

No abstract provided.


Tygr 1989: The Literary Magazine Of Olivet Nazarene University, Joseph Bentz, J. Allen Small May 1989

Tygr 1989: The Literary Magazine Of Olivet Nazarene University, Joseph Bentz, J. Allen Small

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine Archives (1985-2017)

TYGR is the student art and literary magazine for Olivet Nazarene University.

Art by Kim Tysse, Venessa Kendall, John Small, Lisa Clements, Bill Greiner

Historical Muse:

"And what shoulder, and what art, / Could twist the sinews of thy heart?"

William Black, "The Tyger" (1794)


Inscape Spring 1989, Morehead State University Apr 1989

Inscape Spring 1989, Morehead State University

Inscape: Art & Literary Magazine Archive

The Spring 1989 edition of the Inscape: Literary and Art Magazine.


The Lantern Vol. 55, No. 2, Spring 1989, Holly Teti, Liz Young, Janet Mast, Stephanie Walker, Stephen Grim, Matthew Noll, Kathy Bowers, Peter Henty, Laura Sassaman, Joe Repko, Matthew Pecic, Carol Jennings, Tim Percarpio, Denise Marino, Brad Greenwood, Robin Lentz, Erika Rohrbach, Jerry Vankanan, Andy Rogers Apr 1989

The Lantern Vol. 55, No. 2, Spring 1989, Holly Teti, Liz Young, Janet Mast, Stephanie Walker, Stephen Grim, Matthew Noll, Kathy Bowers, Peter Henty, Laura Sassaman, Joe Repko, Matthew Pecic, Carol Jennings, Tim Percarpio, Denise Marino, Brad Greenwood, Robin Lentz, Erika Rohrbach, Jerry Vankanan, Andy Rogers

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• Sitting On a Summer Bench
• A Perfect Daughter I Could Never Be
• Roots And Wings
• Sensai
• The Last Three Weeks of August
• Grown Up
• What Size?
• Hidden Colors
• Victims
• I Listen for Your Voice
• Thoughts
• In Remembrance of Grandpa
• Jesus Christ, Terry
• Penance
• The Guys Are Driving High
• You and Me and Big Ginko
• The Good Ole Days of Seventh Grade
• Cycles
• Leather Upholstery
• Chicago Kris in Cairo
• Lemonade and Medicine
• My Last 7:15 Communion


1989 Spring Quiz & Quill Magazine, Otterbein University Apr 1989

1989 Spring Quiz & Quill Magazine, Otterbein University

Quiz and Quill

No abstract provided.


Changing Times - Indian Fairs, Elmer M. Mills Mar 1989

Changing Times - Indian Fairs, Elmer M. Mills

Westview

No abstract provided.


Westview: Vol. 8, Iss. 3 (Spring 1989) Mar 1989

Westview: Vol. 8, Iss. 3 (Spring 1989)

Westview

No abstract provided.


Howth Castle - Vol. 04, No. 01 - 1989, University Of Massachusetts Boston Jan 1989

Howth Castle - Vol. 04, No. 01 - 1989, University Of Massachusetts Boston

Howth Castle (1985-1993)

No abstract provided.


Diary As Discourse, Kathleen M. Flood Jan 1989

Diary As Discourse, Kathleen M. Flood

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

As is typical of many pioneer diaries, Mary notes much about the landscape, the weather, and everyday happenings on the journey. Yet the diary is more than an account of her migration. It expresses real fears and emotions that were part of the pioneer woman's journey to the west. It is these fears that form the subtext. The diary communicates the immediacy of Mary Riddle's self, her reactions, her moods, her dreams, and her fears. It does not communicate much of what we today think of as an individualized personality. Mrs. Riddle is even tempered, moderately optimistic, and ...


In Cold Blood And The Executioner's Song: A Generic Reconception, Norma A. Lynch Jan 1989

In Cold Blood And The Executioner's Song: A Generic Reconception, Norma A. Lynch

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

In Cold Blood and The Executioner's Song invite examination in that they represent polar versions of the nonfiction novel, an intriguing genre whose boundaries have yet to be adequately defined. Previous attempts to formulate a theory of the genre of the nonfiction novel by Tom Wolfe, John Hollowell, and John Hellmann have yielded useful contributions to a theoretical conception of the genre, but they fall short because the three studies neglect critical dimensions of genre theory. Additionally, the three theoretical conceptions exhibit difficulty in accounting for the factual content of novelistic works. The following thesis is an attempt to ...


1989 Winter Quiz & Quill Magazine, Otterbein University Jan 1989

1989 Winter Quiz & Quill Magazine, Otterbein University

Quiz and Quill

No abstract provided.


Messenger - Fall 1989 Jan 1989

Messenger - Fall 1989

The Messenger

No abstract provided.


About The Contributors, Sketch Jan 1989

About The Contributors, Sketch

Sketch

No abstract provided.


The Messenger, 1989 Jan 1989

The Messenger, 1989

The Messenger

No abstract provided.


Home To New England, Alfred Alcorn Jan 1989

Home To New England, Alfred Alcorn

New England Journal of Public Policy

In "Home to New England," Alfred Alcorn adds a very personal dimension to our ongoing search for the characteristics that define the New England ethic. Visiting his father-in-law's home, built in Chelmsford in 1690, became an experience "a little like touching history itself, the vernacular history of a simple, hardworking and yet cannily sophisticated people."