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1957

The Angle

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Preliminary Pages, No Author Jan 1957

Preliminary Pages, No Author

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Finality, Franklin L. Kamp Jan 1957

Finality, Franklin L. Kamp

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"The long descent had ended. The terrifying blackness which had seized and swallowed up the others was gone, and now I was alone. Before me lay nothing, so vast, complete, unchanging, that I cannot possibly describe it. Words are for forms or ideas, yet this was neither. Color, shape, size, dimension, notion, expression- all were lacking, but still it possessed some strange positivism that attracted and drew me into its midst."


T.V. Or Not T.V., Michael A. Judd Jan 1957

T.V. Or Not T.V., Michael A. Judd

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C. L., Aldridge Leo Jan 1957

C. L., Aldridge Leo

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"The souls of men are spiritual; the words written by men are the substance or body of their souls. These words, in Catholic Literature, are what join men to each other and to their Lord. In this way Catholic Literature is the spiritual enlightenment of all men. Through Catholic Literature, we arrive at a closer relationship to God. We understand Him better and feel closer to Him. This is shown through our moral attitude in life. We love our fellow-man because we realize our relationship to him. We ...


Justice, D. A. Merkel Jan 1957

Justice, D. A. Merkel

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Open Thought, Peter Mirabella Jan 1957

Open Thought, Peter Mirabella

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Whence Comes This Rearing Elephant?, Richard Osterman Jan 1957

Whence Comes This Rearing Elephant?, Richard Osterman

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"A face, a phrase, a scattered maze of color-as one searches back into the idle haunts of memory, these are the things he recalls. But lo, a rare moment sees a lingering thought, an impression indelibly wrought, pursue us with such vividness that one tastes the past once more. Such an image pursues me now but I know not whence it comes."


The Laugh, The Laugh..., R. Moore Jan 1957

The Laugh, The Laugh..., R. Moore

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A Grain Of Salt, Franklin L. Kamp Jan 1957

A Grain Of Salt, Franklin L. Kamp

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"With some sorrow, we must confess that unkind comment has reached our ears. Several of our "foreign" students, undoubtedly enmeshed in a web of ignorance, have been heard casting somewhat vitriolic criticisms at our citizenry because of a particular policy of this fair city. The brunt of their remarks seems to be directed toward the use of a certain crystalline compound designed to free city streets of snow and ice. These harsh opinions bring a deep pang to the hearts of we natives who have lived here in ...


A Son Of My Own..., Don Pandina Jan 1957

A Son Of My Own..., Don Pandina

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Letter To The..., Jim Knox Jan 1957

Letter To The..., Jim Knox

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"Dear Sam,

Remember me, Sam? I used to be in your French Class, One day I was asked to interview a lady for the Angle. All I was told was that her name was Beebe and that she lived in Connecticut."


Hold On, Friend, Guy Pilato Jan 1957

Hold On, Friend, Guy Pilato

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"There are times when a man can work continuously for long periods of time without accomplishing anything. His whole body can exert itself in tremendous physical effort and yet his goal is never reached, And there are other times when a man can stop working and by merely pausing for awhile accomplish wonders."


An Analysis, Roy F. Engels Jan 1957

An Analysis, Roy F. Engels

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"Molière, complying with the demands of Louis XIV of France, presented in 1670 a remarkable parody on Turkish customs and language. Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme has brought the plaudits of critics and audiences alike since that time. The play or piece is composed of three acts of character comedy in the folly on Monsieur Jourdain, and two of exaggeration and parody in the events leading up to and the Turkish ceremony. The action develops through a series of episodes rather than a well knit, unified intrigue. Superimposed on the ...


Nauseological Entities, Dick Osterman Jan 1957

Nauseological Entities, Dick Osterman

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Full Issue, No Author Jan 1957

Full Issue, No Author

The Angle

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