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August 16, 1987 | ELENA BRUNET
Octavia Cowan was doing a research project on Louisa May Alcott's "early sensationalist short stories, 'Behind a Mask, or a Woman's Power,' and 'Perilous Play' " when she found a journal entry in which Alcott reports having written "A Modern Mephistopheles." Through the university library research system, Cowan tracked down a work by the same title, though its author remained anonymous.
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August 16, 1987 | ELENA BRUNET
Octavia Cowan was doing a research project on Louisa May Alcott's "early sensationalist short stories, 'Behind a Mask, or a Woman's Power,' and 'Perilous Play' " when she found a journal entry in which Alcott reports having written "A Modern Mephistopheles." Through the university library research system, Cowan tracked down a work by the same title, though its author remained anonymous.
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December 28, 1986 | Jay Cantor, Cantor is the author of "The Death of Che Guevara" and the forthcoming "Krazy Kat." and
We make up for our lacks, real or imagined, by gorging ourselves on fantasy--an addiction that takes up further and further from what might truly nourish us. This melancholy condition has provided the plot for novels almost from their beginnings in "Don Quixote"--as if the novel form had to protect itself from becoming yet another fantasy for its unhappy readers, and be instead a warning.
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December 28, 1986 | Jay Cantor, Cantor is the author of "The Death of Che Guevara" and the forthcoming "Krazy Kat." and
We make up for our lacks, real or imagined, by gorging ourselves on fantasy--an addiction that takes up further and further from what might truly nourish us. This melancholy condition has provided the plot for novels almost from their beginnings in "Don Quixote"--as if the novel form had to protect itself from becoming yet another fantasy for its unhappy readers, and be instead a warning.
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May 4, 1989
A monthly bilingual section of the Los Angeles Times. Editor: Frank O. Sotomayor News Editor: James Bornemeier Copy Editor: Cheryl Brownstein-Santiago Spanish-language Consultant: Gricel Fernandez-Sanabria Translators: Elena Brunet, Victoria Windler Cheren, Alberto Ortiz, Rafael Prieto Zartha For advertising information: call Sergio Martinez or Rick Sanchez at (213) 924-8600.
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March 13, 1989
This guide to the second phase of the federal amnesty program was produced by the staffs of the Los Angeles Times and La Opinion. THE STAFF Editors: Jim Bornemeier, Bret Israel, J. Gerardo Lopez Writers: Marita Hernandez, Frank del Olmo Research: Lilia Beebe, Shawn Griggs Translators: Elena Brunet, Victoria Windler Cheren, Juan Jose Garcia, Alberto Ortiz Photographs: Patrick Downs Special thanks: Kay Heitzman, Linda Mitchell
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 11, 1991
Western State University College of Law, the county's only law school, now has a student body that is almost half women. The 44% female count is a near doubling of women since 1978, when the comparable figure was 25%. The 44% figure has Western State pretty much in line with many of the state's other law schools, such as Hastings/UC San Francisco (49% women); UCLA: (42.5%); Stanford (40.5%), and USC (40%).
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 27, 1991
Hospital Births St. Joseph 418 Fountain Valley Regional 349 Hoag 322 Martin Luther 313 UCI Medical Center 291 Santa Ana Medical Center 282 AMI Medical of Garden Grove 280 Kaiser Permanente 279 Saddleback Memorial Medical Center 218 Western Medical Center-Santa Ana 205 Mission Regional Medical Center 203 St. Jude-Fullerton 170 Humana-West Anaheim 141 Friendly Hills Regional Med.
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May 15, 1991
Following is a list of the seven most severe air pollution penalties assessed by the South Coast Air Quality Management District in February, the most recent month available: Company: Kenneth Harper & Associates, 3108 Monroe Way, Costa Mesa Penalty: $12,000 Violation: Failure to provide proper notification before conducting a degassing operation and operating underground storage tank degassing equipment contrary to permit conditions between March and November, 1990 (underground storage tank
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