Hemingway and the Biographical Heresyn—Hemingway by Kenneth S. Lynnnby Thomas P. McDonnellnAn American Prometheusn—Rabi: Scientist and Citizen by John S. Rigdennby Bryce J. ChristensennSelHng Outn—Breaking the Ring by John Barronnby Michael WardernWest Beats Eastn—History of Herodotus, translated by David GrenenStates of Naturen—The Africans by David Lambnby Peter J. LeithartnCORRESPONDENCEnLetter From South Carolina by Clyde WilsonnLetter From South Philadelphia by J. Michael BolinskinLetter From the Heartland by Jane GreernLetter From the Lower Right by John Shelton ReednLetter From Albion by Andrei NavrozovnVITAL SIGNSnSTAGEnResolutely Abstract by David KaufmannPOP CULTUREnSummer of the Snake by Gary S. VasilashnPOLEMICS & EXCHANGESnOn ‘The Silent Invasion’nWayne Lutton Repliesn36n38n40n42n43n44n46n49n50n52n53n56n57n59nnnDEPARTMENTSnPOETRYnMasks by Rudolph SchirmernREVISIONSnImperial Art: The False Faces ofnthe IroquoisnEastern Approaches: MongolnImperialismnLIBERAL ARTSnBOOKS IN BRIEFnOn the Covern25n39n50n42, 48nIllustration on the cover by Rickard Nass.nIllustrations throughout the text bynDaniel Sweetman.nErratanIn the essay “A Soviet Psychosis?” (Septembern1987, pp. 18-22) by Arnold Beichman,nthe sentenee that read “Overnight, in Septembern1932, Stalin first altered the image ofnHider …” should have been “Overnight,nin September 1939 …” The sentence “Inn1938, the Marquis de Cushne described antragic accident in the Gulf of Finland …”nshould have been “In 1839 …”nIn the review “Marilyn and Gloria” (Septembern1987, pp. 33-35) by Janet ScottnBarlow, the title of the book should havenbeen Marilyn: Norma Jeane.nFor Immediate ServicenChroniclesnNEW SUBSCRIBERSnTOLL FREE NUMBERn1-800-435-0715nILLINOIS RESIDENTSn1-800-892-0753n41nNOVEMBER 1986 / 3n