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Dubious Truths: An Examination of Vonnegut's Cat's Cradle, by David Michael Wharton (3/24/03)
Sure, most life on the planet has been obliterated, but really, is that any more ridiculous and unpleasant a situation than the way things were before?
Interview: Patrick Read Johnson, by David Michael Wharton (2/24/03)
The whole Republic is basically the 1929 World's Fair grown to galactic proportions.
Crucified to the Machine: Religious Imagery in Fritz Lang's Metropolis, by David Michael Wharton (1/6/03)
More sacrifices tossed into the ever-hungry belly of Moloch, to be consumed in fire and smoke and ash.