THE ARTS OF LYINGnA %,^ ‘•n<*;n’ • : ‘ : ^ ,n•: iL.-^*n9n1n»’,’*nf in4tin1 ^ •n,5: ^ rlnk^^mmk’im.mA JHK-S.nLying is a fine art. But there is also the art of telling the truth. In an agenwhen Arthur Schlesinger Jr. counts as a major historian, and Philip Roth isna literary giant, Chronicles is for its readers a real alternative.nThis monthly “magazine of American culture” offers essays by George Garrett,nJames Stockdale, Octavio Paz, Russell Kirk, “NA^ker Percy, and Robert Nisbet,nand poetry by Fred Chappell, Charles Causley, P.J. ICavanaugh, Roy Fuller, andnDavid Slavitt. Plus a wide range of reviews, editorial comment, and reportagenon controversial issues.nChronicles gives new meaning to the term “cultural revolution.” In JacquesnBarzun’s words, “Chronicles actually lives up to the familiar claim of beingnan’independent’journal.”nChroniclesn« MAGAZINE OF AMERICAN CULTURE.n934 North Main Street, Rockford IL 61103nTo Subscribe, Call 1-800-435-0715 (In Illinois Call 1-800-892-0753)nnnDECEMBER 1989/11n