True Grit : One Woman's Triumph Over the Nightmare of Random Violence CAROL ROSSEN, IN 1984, Carol Rossen was in control of her life. She was an actress who had worked for such directors as Elia Kazan, Franco Zeffirelli, Gene Saks and Brian DePalma. She was the mother of a teen-age daughter, and she was a very busy woman. On Valentine's Day, a perfect California morning, she went for a walk in Will Rogers State Park. On the trail to Inspiration Point, a man tried to kill her. What follows is the story of that moment and the next two years, adapted from Rossen's upcoming book, "Counterpunch."
Zarf Trug Snye Zax Rax Moolvee EDMUND L. EPSTEIN, Epstein is professor of English at Queens College and the Graduate Center for the City University of New York, specializing in linguistics, especially the linguistics of dictionaries and the linguistic experiments of modern authors. and
VIEWPOINTS : Directors Must Learn to Say No MURRAY WEIDENBAUM, MURRAY WEIDENBAUM, former chairman of President Reagan's Council of Economic Advisers, is the director of the Center for the Study of American Business at Washington University in St. Louis