March and April’s Word Worth Magazine. Our
Editorial this month, The Third
by M H Perry, goes back to analysis of the modern Aristotelian tragedy,
House of Cards; our
Column by Sunny Wood is a sardonic look at
winter—especially this one. In the Arts section, we have a well
wrought work by Hiram College student, Shelby List.
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