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Southern Cross Review Nr. 53

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  • Frank Smith
    Dear A_Ts, Welcome to this issue of Southern Cross Review http://SouthernCrossReview.org in which the “Editor’s Page” continues telling your editor’s
    Message 1 of 1 , May 11, 2007
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      Dear A_Ts,

      Welcome to this issue of Southern Cross Review
      http://SouthernCrossReview.org in which the “Editor’s
      Page” continues telling your editor’s biographical
      true tales, however untrue they may seem.

      “Current Events” is still much concerned with Iraq,
      with another contribution from that anonymous Girl on
      the ground there. John Brown likens the effects
      attributed to Dubya ( D.C.) to Cho (Virginia Tech.),
      and Noam Chomsky wonders “What if…?

      Under “Features” Kurt Vonnegut’s recent death inspires
      Gaither Stewart to contribute an interview he
      conducted with the famous author in times past and
      Steve Talbott begins a three-part essay on language.
      True baseball fans will not be surprised to learn of
      its esoteric aspects from the pen of Hannah M. G.
      Shapero.

      Please don’t neglect to peruse our “Fiction” section,
      where Roberto Fox of Argentina continues to confound
      the bad guys and charm the ladies, this time in
      Florida; Gaither Stewart, still in Berlin, analyzes
      the souls of its citizens and Mike Ingles confuses
      robots with luscious beauties. Those who appreciate
      the great classics will equally appreciate a long
      seafaring Joseph Conrad story and the continuation of
      George Orwell’s “1984”.

      In “Science and Philosophy” Professor Rudnicki’s
      cosmological chapters advance to the Anthropic
      principle.

      Under “Anthroposophy” Tom Last tells us how Rudolf
      Steiner’s “Philosophy of Freedom” may be applied to
      the situation in Iraq. Steiner’s autobiography and his
      “Fifth Gospel” lectures continue, along with a lecture
      about Easter.

      Poetry is, as usual, the bottom line with one of my
      favorites, Poe’s “The Raven”. As a kind of postscript,
      Mike Ingles discovers that he is a poet on a bus.

      Enjoy!

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      Frank Thomas Smith
      http://SouthernCrossReview.org

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      Frank Thomas Smith
      http://SouthernCrossReview.org



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