Volume 25:3 (Summer 1985)

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Volume 25:3 (Summer 1985)

Marianne Appleton and A. Garr Cranney provide conclusive research on the percentage and significance of reading among LDS women in this issue. To the question "Will every body be damned but Mormons?" Joseph Smith replied, "Yes, and a great portion of them, unless they repent and work righteousness": Grant Underwood discusses these Protestant notions about being "saved" or "damned" in early Church history. Garold N. Davis's article illuminates some of the beautiful truths of the Gospel found in Goethe's Faust. Finally, Maureen Ursenbach Beecher tells of the use of poetry in The Women's Exponent, the editor of which became so because of a poem she sold to the Salt Lake Herald.

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Marianne Appleton
A. Garr Cranney
ArticlePg. 47
Loretta M. Sharp
The Historians Corner ItemPg. 54
Loretta M. Sharp
PoetryPg. 54
John S. Harris
PoetryPg. 66
Robert L. Millet
ArticlePg. 67
Lois G. Dahl
PoetryPg. 104
Everett L. Cooley
The Historians Corner ItemPg. 106
Roger D. Launius
The Historians Corner ItemPg. 110
Marvin S. Hill
Book ReviewPg. 117
Carlfred Broderick
Book ReviewPg. 125
Charles S. Peterson
Book ReviewPg. 126
Samuel W. Taylor
Book ReviewPg. 130
Richard H. Cracroft
Book ReviewPg. 132