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A Steinbeck Bibliography

John Steinbeck's Contributions to Periodicals:
Articles and First Appearances of Short Fictions

Compiled by Katie Rodger, Fall 1999

Asterisk (*) indicates article or story is presently unavailable at Center.

1919

"How, When and Where of the High School." El Gabilan [Salinas High School
Yearbook]. 1919: 19.

"Class Will." El Gabilan [Salinas High School Yearbook]. 1919: 36.

"Student Body." El Gabilan [Salinas High School Yearbook]. 1919: 43.

"Woodwork." El Gabilan [Salinas High School Yearbook]. 1919: 50.

1924

ãFingers of Cloud: A Satire on College Protervity.ä Stanford Spectator. 2.9
(February 1924): 161-164.

* ãAdventures in Arcademy: A Journey into the Ridiculous.ä Stanford Spectator. 2.9 (June 1924): 291.

1926

ãAtropos.ä Stanford Lit.. 1.4 (March 1926): 95.

* ãThe Game of Authors.ä Stanford Lit . 1.4 (March 1926): 94-95.

* ãIf Eddie Guest Had Written the Book of Job: Happy Birthday.ä Stanford Lit. 1.4: (March 1926): 94.

* ãIf John A. Weaver Had Written Keatsâ Sonnet in the American Language: On Looking at a New Book by Harold Bell Wright.ä Stanford Lit . 1.4: (March 1926): 94.

1927

"The Gifts of Iban." Smokers Companion. 1.1 (March 1927): 18.
(written under the pseudonym, John Stern)

1933

"The Red Pony." North American Review. 236.5 (November 1933): 421-38.

"The Great Mountains." North American Review 236.6 (December 1933): 492-500.

1934

"The Murder." North American Review. 237.4: (April 1934): 305-12.

"The Raid." North American Review. 238.4 (October 1934): 299-305.

1935

* ãBaubles.ä Monterey Beacon. 1 (January 5, 1935): 7. (Written under
pseudonym Amnesia Glasscock)

* ãMammy.ä Monterey Beacon. 1 (January 5, 1935): 7. (Written under pseudonym Amnesia Glasscock)

ãSong of the Disgusted Modern.ä Monterey Beacon. 1 (January 5, 1935): 7.

* ãTo Carmel.ä Monterey Beacon. 1 (January 5, 1935): 7. (Written under
pseudonym Amnesia Glasscock)

* ãThe Visitor.ä Monterey Beacon. 1 (January 5, 1935): 7. (Written under
pseudonym Amnesia Glasscock)

* ãFour Shades of Navy Blue.ä Monterey Beacon. 1 (January 26, 1935): 12.
(Written under pseudonym Amnesia Glasscock)

* ãThe Genius.ä Monterey Beacon. 1 (January 26, 1935): 12. (Written under
pseudonym Amnesia Glasscock)

* ãIvanhoe.ä Monterey Beacon. 1 (January 26, 1935): 12. (Written under
pseudonym Amnesia Glasscock)

"The White Quail." North American Review. 239.3 (March 1935): 204-11.

"The Snake." Monterey Beacon 1.44 (June 22, 1935): 10.

1936

* "A Depiction of Mexico by an Author with No Pattern to Vindicate." San
Francisco Chronicle. (May 31, 1936): D4.

"The Leader of the People." Argosy. 20 (August 1936): 99-106.

"Dubious Battle in California." Nation 143.11 (September 12, 1936): 302-04.

* ãThe Way It Seems to John Steinbeck.ä Occident. (Fall 1936): 5.

"The Lonesome Vigilante." Esquire. 6.4 (October 1936): 35.

"Harvest Gypsies." San Francisco News. 34.239-245 (October 5-12, 1936): various pages.

(7 chapters in different issues. Steinbeck Center has collected book, The Harvest Gypsies)

"Breakfast." Pacific Weekly. 5.19 (November 9, 1936): 300.

1937

"The Promise." Harper's Monthly Magazine. 175.1047 (August 1937): 243-52.

"The Ears of Johnny Bear." Esquire 8.3 (September 1937): 35.

"The Chrysanthemums." Harper's Monthly Magazine. 175.1049 (October 1937): 513-19.

* ãProphet with Honor in His Country.ä The Coast. (December 1937): 14-15.

1938

"The Novel Might Benefit by the Discipline and Terseness of the Drama."
Stage. 15.4 (January 1938): 50-51.

"A Snake of One's Own." Esquire. 9.2 (February 1938): 31.

"The Harness." Atlantic Monthly. 161.6 (June 1938): 741-49.

* ã[Letter Dated April 21, 1938].ä Monthly Record [Connecticut State Prison]. 41.8 (June 1938): 3.

* ãThe Stars Point to Shafter.ä Progressive Weekly. 2.53 (December 24, 1938): 2.

1939

ãTheir Blood Is Strong.ä Progressive Weekly. 3.17 (April 29, 1939): 3.

"The Squatters' Camp." Progressive Weekly. 3.18 (May 6, 1939): 2.

1941

"Murder." Argosy (new series). 2 (March 1941): 31-40.

"How Edith McGillcuddy Met R.L. Stevenson." Harper's Magazine. 183.1095 (August 1941): 252-58.

1942

"'Our Best' - Our Fliers." New York Times Magazine. 92.30983 (November 22, 1942): 16.

1943

"Free Ride to Monterey." Argosy. 4.2 (March 1943): 69-76.

(same as "Edith McGillcuddy")

[War Dispatches]. New York Herald Tribune, 103 (June 21 - December 15, 1943).

(The New York Herald Tribune is the original source of the War Dispatches.
The Steinbeck Center has a binder of clippings donated by Robert Harmon
which were used to publish John Steinbeck, World War II Correspondent: An
Annotated Reference Guide.)

Photocopies of clippings are also kept in the following folders:

         [War Dispatches] Daily Express June - October 1943.

         [War Dispatches] Cincinnati Enquirer. October - December 1943.

         [War Dispatches] New York Herald Tribune. November - December   1943.

         "Steinbeck Says Blitz Stories All Hang on Some Small Detail."
Amarillo Sunday News. July 11, 1943.

"The Importance of Supply in Modern Warfare" [Blurb for "Plan - Back the
Attackä - Army Show for the 3rd War Loan at the Washington Monument,
Washington D.C., September 9-26, 1943].

(condensed version of NYHT dispatch, no. 39, August 2, 1943. Printed on reverse side of map.)

1944

* ãShark Wicks.ä Avon Annual. (January 1944).

"Over There." Ladies Home Journal. 61.2 (February 1944): 20.

1945

* ãThe Hanging at San Quentin.ä Avon Modern Short Story Monthly. 25 (1945): 11-22.

* ãWork of W.F. Cody.ä Saturday Review of Literature. XXVIII (July 7, 1945): 18-19.

1946

"Monterey: Steinbeck's View of a Simpler Time." Monterey Peninsula Herald. (July 1946).

"This Is the Monterey We Love." Monterey Peninsula Herald. 57.157 (July 3, 1946): Section 3.

1947

"The Time the Wolves Ate the Vice-Principal." '47 The Magazine of the Year. 1.1 (March 1947): 26-27.

* ãThe GIâs War in a Book Far From Brass.ä New York Herald Tribune Weekly Book Review. (May 18, 1947): 1.

1948

"Russian Journal." New York Herald Tribune. 107.36949-36966 (January 14-31, 1948): various pages.

(Steinbeck Center has the collected book and some clippings.)

"Women and Children in the USSR." Ladies Home Journal. 65.2 (February 1948): 44-59.

"Journey Into Russia: People of the Soviet." Illustrated. (May 1, 1948): 3-22.

"The Miracle of Tepayac." Collier's Magazine. 122.26 (December 25, 1948): 22-23.

1949

"His Father." Reader's Digest. 55.329 (September 1949): 19-21.

1950

* ãThe Inside.ä The Iron Gate of Jack and Charlie's ã21.ä [In memory of John
Carl Kriendler for the benefit of the New York Heart Association.] (1950): 27.

"My Ideal Woman." Flair. (July 1950): 30-33.

"How Edith McGilcuddy Skipped Sunday-school." Chamber's Journal. (November
1950): 641-46.

"Critics, Critics Burning Bright." Saturday Review. 33.45 (November 11, 1950): 20-21.

1951

"Do You Like Yourself?" New York Herald Tribune. Sec. 7 (January 21, 1951): 2.

"The Naked Book." Vogue. 118 (November 15, 1951): 119.

* ãLetter to the Editor.ä New York Times Book Review. 101.34280 (December 2, 1951): 40.

1952

"Who Said the Old Lady Was Dying?." Evening Standard. (August 1, 1952).

"Your Audiences are Wonderful." Sunday Times. 5 (August 10, 1952).

"Duel Without Pistols." Collier's. 130.(8 (August 23, 1952): 13-15.

"The Soul and Guts of France." Collier's. 130.9 (August 30, 1952): 26-30.

"For Stevenson: Rivals Contrasted" [Letter to the editor]. New York Times.
Sec. 4 (October 26, 1952): 9.

"We Don't Want to Be America's Colony." The Reader's Digest. 61.367
(November 1952): 18-23.

(condensed from "The Soul and Guts of France," Collier's August 30, 1952)

1953

[The Stevenson Letter]. New Republic. 128.1 (January 5, 1953): 14.

"The Secret Weapon We Were Afraid to Use." Collier's. 131.2 (January 10, 1953): 9-13.

"Ballantine Ale." Life. 34.4 (January 26, 1953): 92-93.

"I Go Back to Ireland." Collier's. 131.5 (January 31, 1953): 48-50.

"Making of a New Yorker." New York Times Magazine. 102.34707 (February 1, 1953): 26.

"Unsecret Weapon" [Part 1].ä Picture Post. 58.7 (February 14, 1953): 31.

"Unsecret Weapon" [Part 2].ä Picture Post. 58.8 (February 21, 1953): 31.

ãThe King Snake and the Rattlers: A Parable for Americans.ä Brief. 1.4 (April 1953): 23-27.

* "A Model T Named 'It'." Ford Times. 45.7 (July 1953): 34-39.

"Positano." Harper's Bazaar. (August 1953): 41.

"My Short Novels." Wings. 26 (October 1953): 4-8.

ãVoices of Authors: Johnny Bear.ä Life. (October 12, 1953).

1954

"Circus." Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus Program. (1954) 6-7.

* ãTrade Wind: Predictions of Reviews East of Eden Would Receive.ä Saturday Review. 37 (February 27, 1954): 8. The Exonian. 224.14 (March 3, 1954): 4.

"One American in Paris." Le Figaro Litteraire. 9.425-439 (June 12 - September 18, 1954): various pages.

(A series of 17 articles. English clippings, manuscripts and typescripts are located in the Marlene Brody Collection at the Center for Steinbeck Studies. Original French versions are collected in a book.)

"Jalopies I Cursed and Loved." Holiday. 16.1 (July 1954): 44.

"Fishing in Paris." Punch. 227.5945 (August 25, 1954): 248-49.

"Robert Capa: An Appreciation." Photography. 35.3 (September 1954): 48-53.

"The Miracle of Joan." John O'London's Weekly. 63.1574 (September 19, 1954): 907.

"Good Guy - Bad Guy." Punch. 227.5949 (September 22, 1954): 375-78.

"Of Fish and Fishermen." Sports Illustrated. 1.8 (October 4, 1954): 45.

* "... And Some Cars of Yesterday." Reader's Digest (British Edition). 65
(November 1954): 53-57. (Reprint from: Holiday)

"Steinbeck's Voices of America." Scholastic. 65.8 (November 3, 1954): 15T.

"Reality and Illusion." Punch. 227.5958 (November 17, 1954): 616-17.

* ãHow to Fish in French.ä Reader's Digest. 65.392 (December 1954): 129-31.

1955

"A Plea for Tourists." Punch. 228 (January 26, 1955): 148-49.

"The Affair at 7, Rue de M-." Harper's Bazaar. 88.2921 (April 1955): 112.

"The Death of a Racket." Saturday Review. 38.14 (April 2, 1955): 26.

"Cooks of Wrath." Everybody's. 15 (April 9, 1955).

"Capital Roundup." [section on Paris] Saturday Review. 38.16 (April 16, 1955): 41.

"A Plea to Teachers." Saturday Review. 38.18 (April 30, 1955): 24.

"The Summer Before" Punch. 228 (May 25, 1955): 647-51.

"Some Thoughts on Juvenile Delinquency." Saturday Review. 38.22 (May 28, 1955): 22.

* "Always Something to Do in Salinas." Holiday. 17.6 (June 1955): 58-59.

"Report on America." Punch. 228 (June 22, 1955): 754-55.

* "Bricklaying Piece." Punch. 229 (July 27, 1955): 92.

"A Letter on Criticism." Colorado Quarterly. 4.2 (Autumn 1955): 218-19.

"How to Recognize a Candidate." Punch. 229 (August 10, 1955): 146-48.

"Critics - From a Writer's Viewpoint." Saturday Review. 38.35 (August 27, 1955): 20.

"Dear Teachers, Sweet Teachers I Beg You...Call Them Off!" NEA Journal. 44.6 (September 1955): 359.

"Random Thoughts on Random Dogs." Saturday Review. 38.41 (October 8, 1955): 11.

"...like captured fireflies." CTA Journal. 51.8 (November 1955): 7.

"We're Holding Our Own." Lilliput. 37.5 (November 1955): 18-19.

"Writer's Mail." Punch. 229 (November 2, 1955): 512-13.

"In a Radio Broadcast Beamed...[Observations on New York City]" Saturday Review. 38.48 (November 26, 1955): 8-9.

"Dreams Piped from Cannery Row." New York Times. 105.35736 Sec. 2 (November 27, 1955): 1.

"What is the Real Paris?" Holiday. 18.6 (December 1955): 94.

"More About Aristocracy: Why Not a World Peerage?" The Saturday Review. 38.50 (December 10, 1955): 11.

1956

[Reporting on 1956 Democratic and Republican Conventions], various journals, 1956.

(Located in the Elaine Steinbeck Collection at the Center for Steinbeck
Studies. Clippings are primarily from the Louisville Courier-Journal; also,
The Oakland Tribune and the Chicago Daily News. See Finding Aid in Center.)

"The Yank in Europe." Holiday. 19.1 (January 1956): 25.

"The Joan in All of Us." Saturday Review. 39.2 (January 14, 1956): 17.

"Miracle Island of Paris." Holiday. 19.2 (February 1956): 43.

"How Mr. Hogan Robbed a Bank." Atlantic. 197.3 (March 1956): 58-61.

"Madison Avenue and the Election." Saturday Review. 39.13 (March 31, 1956): 11.

"Green Paradise." Argosy. 17.5 (May 1956): 41-47.

"The Vegetable War." Saturday Review. 39.29 (July 21, 1956): 34-35.

"Discovering the People of Paris." Holiday. 20.2 (August 1956): 36.

"The Mail I've Seen." Saturday Review. 39.31 (August 4, 1956): 16.

"The Cab Driver Doesn't Give a Hoot." Daily Mail. 4 (August 14, 1956).

"The Hostess with the Mostest in the Hall." Daily Mail. 4 (August 17, 1956).

1957

"Trust Your Luck." Saturday Review. 40.2 (January 12, 1957): 42-44.

"My War With the Ospreys." Holiday. 21.3 (March 1957): 72.

"John Steinbeck States His Views on Cannery Row." Monterey Peninsula Herald. 68.56 (March 8, 1957): 1.

"Letters to the Courier Journal." The Louisville Courier Journal. (April 17 - July 17, 1957).

(Series of 23 articles. Begins vol. 205 no. 107; ends vol. 206 no. 17.)

"A Game of Hospitality." Saturday Review. 40.16 (April 20, 1957): 24.

"The Trial of Arthur Miller." Esquire. 47.6 (June 1957): 86.

"Television and Radio." New York Herald Tribune. 117.40458 Sec. 2 (August 23, 1957): 1.

"Open Season on Guests." Playboy. 4.9 (September 1957): 21.

"D for Dangerous." McCall's. 85.1 (October 1957): 57.

ãBig Man from Monterey.ä Manchester Guardian. (October 13, 1957): 7.

"Dichos: The Way of Wisdom." Saturday Review. 40.45 (November 9, 1957): 13.

 1958

* ãShort Story of Mankind.ä Playboy. (April 1958).

* ãSalinas... And Its Valley.ä Spreckles Sugar News. (June 1958).

"Dedication." JAMA. 167.11 (July 12, 1958): 1388-89.

"The Easiest Way to Die." Saturday Review. 41.34 (August 23, 1958): 12.

* ãHealthy Anger.ä Books and Bookman. (October 1958).

"The Spivacks Beat the Odds." Reader's Digest. 73.438 (October 1958): 153-54.

(condensed from JAMA July 12, 1958)

"The Golden Handcuff." San Francisco Examiner. (November 23, 1958).

1959

"If You See Me on the Hoe with a Puma." Daily Mail. 6 (September 30, 1959).

"Writer Catches Lions By Tale." Monterey Peninsula Herald. (October 3, 1959).

* ãAdalai Stevenson and John Steinbeck Discuss the Past and the Present.ä Newsday. 20.92 (December 22, 1959): 34-35.

1960

"A Teddy Bear Called Miz Hicks." News Chronicle. (January 18, 1960).

"Our 'Rigged' Mortality." Coronet. 47.5 (March 1960): 144.

"A Primer on the Thirties." Esquire. 53 (June 1960): 85-93.

* "Atque Vale." Saturday Review. 43.30 (July 23, 1960): 13.

1961

"Conversation at Sag Harbor." Holiday. 29.3 (March 1961): 60.

* ãBlack Man's Ironic Burden; Reprint.ä Negro History Bulletin. 24 (April 1961): 146.

"High Drama of Bold Thrust Through Ocean Floor." Life. 50.15 (April 14, 1961): 110-22.

* ãCamping Is for the Birds.ä Popular Science. 190 (May 1961): 161.

ãIn Quest of America [Part 1]. äHoliday. 30.1 (July 1961): 26.

ãThe Critic Defined [Letter to the Editor].ä Newsweek. 58.2 (July 10, 1961): 2.

ãSorry--If I Had Any Advice Iâd Take It.ä Writerâs Digest. (September
1961).

ãIn Quest of America [Part 2].ä Holiday. 30.6 (December 1961): 60.

1962

ãIn Quest of America [Part 3].ä Holiday. 31.2 (February 1962): 58.

"California: The Exploding State." Sunday Times Color Section. (December 16, 1962): 2.

"According to Steinbeck." [Religion section] Time. 37 (December 21, 1962).

(quote from Nobel Prize speech)

1963

* ãOn Learning Writing.ä Writer's Yearbook . 34 (1963): 10.

"To the Swedish Academy." Story. 36 (March-April 1963): 6-8.

(acceptance speech for Nobel Prize)

ãReflections on a Lunar Eclipse.ä Book Week. The New York Sunday Herald
Tribune. (October 6, 1963): 3.

[Quote about the Berlin Wall]. Time. 82.25 (December 20, 1963): 28.

1964

* ãThe Pure West.ä Montana, the Big Sky Country: Official Publication of the
Montana Territorial Centennial Commission. 1.1 (1964): 6-9, 30, 35.

* ãA President ,. . . Not a Candidate.ä Democratic Convention Program Book
Committee. (1964).

ãOpen Seasons on Guests.ä VIP: The Playboy Club Magazine. 1.1 (February
1964): 20-21.

[Letter to Samuel Tankel, Publisher]. Short Story International. 1.6 (April
1964).

"The Language of Courtesy." New World Review. 32 (December 1964): 26.

(reprint of letter in Foreign Literature, Russian and English versions)

1965

"Then My Arm Glassed Up." Sports Illustrated. 23.25 (December 20, 1965): 94-102.

"Letters to Alicia" and "John Steinbeck's America." Newsday. (Nov. 20, 1965 - May 20, 1967): various pages.

(Located in the Elaine Steinbeck Collection; see Finding Aid in Center.
"John Steinbeck's America" is a short series reprinting text from America and Americans; it originally ran in Newsday, 27 (60-66): November 12 - 19, 1966. "Letters to Alicia" also originally appeared in Newsday. Clippings are mostly from Newsday, Salinas Californian and the Oakland Tribune. Additional clippings are from the Sunday Bulletin News and Views, Sunday World Herald, Virginian Pilot, Der Abend, Toronto Telegram, Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, Seattle Times, Buffalo Evening News and Rochester Democrat and Chronicle.) Photocopies of clippings can also be found in the following folder:

 "Dear Alicia" [Letters to Alicia]. Daily Mail. (January 7 - March 19, 1966): various pages. (Originals from Newsday)

1966

* ãThe Waiter is Liable to Lose Face.ä Newsday. 26.149 (February 28, 1966): 35.

"The Short-Short Story of Mankind." Broadside. 1 (June 1966): 14.

"Let's Go After the Neglected Treasures Beneath the Seas." Popular Science. 186.3 (September 1966): 84-87.

"My Dear Friend Genya." Reader's Digest. 89.553 (September 1966): 128.

(condensed from Newsday July 11, 1966)

"Popping Off." Cavalcade. 5.9 (September 1966): 28.

"Henry Fonda." Harper's Bazaar. 99 (November 1966): 215.

* ãThe March Hare Mother.ä Library Journal. (December 1966).

1967

* ãHungarians Critisise Steinbeck.ä Newsday. (January 23, 1967).

"Soviet Youth Answer the Great Steinbeck." [Pamphlet] (1967): 776.

(Published by Northern Book House, Gravenhurst, Ontario, Canada. Reprints his letter, "Dialectic Dementia" from Newsday)

"A Warning to the Viet Cong--Keep New Year's Truce or Else." Los Angeles Times. (January 1, 1967): C2.

* ãChallenge to Soviets.ä Newsday. 27.103 (January 5, 1967): 5, 75.

"Steinbeck in Vietnam: 'Pravada Called Me an Accomplice in a Murder, But Do They Know the facts?'" Daily Sketch. (January 6, 1967): 6.

"John Steinbeck vs. Erle Stanley Gardner" ("Camping is for the Birds"). Popular Science. 190.5 (May 1967): 160.

[Quotation] Weekly Messenger [of the Presbyterian Hospital in the City of New York]. (May 29, 1967).

"John Steinbeck to a Russian Friend." Reader's Digest [British Ed.]. 91 (August 1967): 41.

* "A Day, a Mood, a Faith" [contains Holiday message to Adlai Stevenson]. Good Housekeeping. 165.6 (December 1967): 82-83.

1968

"John Steinbeck with a Puma by the Tail." Monterey Peninsula Herald. (November 19, 1968). (reprint of MPH Oct. 3, 1959 article, "Writer Catches Lion by Tale").

1969

"Love Poems by Steinbeck." Dayton Daily. (January 12, 1969).

* "The Art of Fiction, XLV." Paris Review. 12.48 (Fall 1969): 161-88.

(Compilation of quotes from various sources)

[Letter to Friends of the National Liberation Front]. (source unknown).
(October 28,1969).

* ãMerry Christmas, All Authorized Personnel?ä House and Garden. 136
(Decmeber 1969): 68-69.

1970

"Journal of a Novel: The East of Eden Letters." WriterÊ 83.5 (May 1970): 13.

"The Log from the Sea of Cortez," Oceans. (August 1970): 33-48.

1971

"On the Craft of Writing," Intellectual Digest. (June 1971):126-27.

(from Journal of a Novel)

1973

"New York: The Burdens and the Glories... and Just Yesterday, Men Who Loved It So." New York Times. (May 5, 1973): 39.

1975

"Graduates: These Are Your Lives." Esquire. 84(September 1975): 69.

* "The Art of Fiction XLV." Paris Review. 16.63 (Fall 1975): 180-94.

* "Competing with Hemingway..." [Comment on Hemingway, Lawrence and Faulkner]. Time. (December 1, 1975): 48.

(quote from Steinbeck: A Life in Letters)

1976

"Foreword" [to Thomas A. Collins' "From Bringing in the Sheaves of Windsor Drake"]. Journal of Modern Literature. 5.2 (April 1976): 211-13.

"A Letter on Criticism." Colo Quarterly, 25 (Summer 1976): 90-91.

"The Eternal West." Persimmon Hill. 6: (Summer 1976): 6-23

"Steinbeck's Arthur" [The Guest World]. New York Times Book Review. (October 10, 1976): 43.

(adapted from introduction to The Acts of King Arthur and His Noble Knights)

1980

"Junius Maltby." Literary Calvacade. 33.1 (October 1980): 6.

1987

"The East of Eden Journal." Christian Science Monitor. (December 8, 1987): 30.

1990

"The Author on 'Grapes of Wrath'" [Letter to Herbert Sturz on The Grapes of Wrath]. New York Times. (August 6, 1990): A13.

1992

"Man, Myth, and Moustache." The Independent on Sunday. (March 22, 1992).

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