Volume 34:1 (1994)

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Volume 34:1 (1994)

Journal entries prove that Joseph Smith approved of the amusements of the theatre, says Noel A. Carmack. Harry S. Truman, in an article by Michael T. Benson, is portrayed as a modern Cyrus, in that he was influential in the Jews returning the Palestine and the creating of the State of Israel. Also this issue features paintings by little-known artist Richard Burde, whose paintings depict religious scenes from the Bible. Ted Lyon records an interview with Jorge Luis Borges in which he reflects on his visit to Utah and his love for English language and literature.

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Michael T. Benson
ArticlePg. 6
Casualene Meyer
PoetryPg. 28
Edward L. Hart
PoetryPg. 30
Doris R. Dant
Richard G. Oman
ArticlePg. 32
Trenton L. Hickman
PoetryPg. 41
Michael Hicks
PoetryPg. 42
Scott R. Parkin
Short StoryPg. 43
Pamela Hamblin
PoetryPg. 73
Noel A. Carmack
The Document Corner ItemPg. 94
Dixie L. Partridge
PoetryPg. 101
James A. Toronto
Book ReviewPg. 103
Camille S. Williams
Book ReviewPg. 118
Ann N. Madsen
Brief NoticePg. 134
Ellen M. Copley
BibliographyPg. 135