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Weber—The Contemporary West print and electronic editions are copyright by Weber State University. Copyright for individual work reverts to authors and artists after publication. Statements of fact or opinion are those of contributing authors and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the editors or the sponsoring institution.

The basic copyright of individual essays, poetry, fiction, visual art, or any other work in Weber rests with the original authors or creators. Users of the print edition or electronic archives of Weber must apply the same usage principles that apply to any other copyright materials:

Work in Weber may be read on-line and/or downloaded only for personal use. It may not be copied for commercial purposes without the express permission of the authors or creators of the work.

Limited "fair use" may be made of materials for instructional purposes at schools and colleges on condition that no alterations are made to the work and proper attribution is given to the author/creator and to Weber.

Educators should note that the same "fair use" principles apply to both electronic and print publications.

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ISSN 0891-8899 Weber is published biannually by The College of Arts & Humanities at Weber State University, Ogden, Utah 84408-1904.

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