by Richard W. Van Aistyne
Professor of History and International Relations,
University of Southern California
In the course of nearly two centuries a special relationship grew up between the United States and Cuba which sail conditions American thinking about the island and about the Caribbean area generally. Professor Van Alstyne shows why, against this background, the United States now sees in the Castro regime an implicit threat to its security.
piano playing pieces from his Mikrosmos
No. 108: Wrestling
No. 150: Third dance in Bulgarian rhythm
No. 151: Fourth dance in Bulgarian rhythm
No. 100: In the style of a folk sonn No. 142: From the diary of a fly No. 140: Free variations
No. 109: From the island of Bali No. 133: Syncopation
No. 149: Second dance in Bulgarian rhythm
No. 148: First dance in Bulgarian rhythm No. 94: Tale
No. 152: Fifth dance in Bulgarian rhythm No. 153: Sixth dance in Bulgarian rhythm on a gramophone record
A study of Edgar Allan Poe 1809-1849 by PATRIC DICKINSON
The extracts from
Poe's prose and verse read by Anthony Quayle Others taking part include
Nicolette Bernard , Hugh Dickson Denis Goacher , John Graham James Langham , David March Norman Shelley , David Spenser Production by Joe Burroughs
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