- Free at last. Hubbard, Kim; Grant, Meg // People;4/15/96, Vol. 45 Issue 15, p79
Focuses on the metamorphoses of Eldridge Cleaver, who was a leader in the 1960s Black Panther movement, a convict, a drug addict, and a tree surgeon, who is now preaching studying the Bible at the Daniel Iverson Center for Christian Studies in Miami. Cleaver's interest in social change; His...
- Cool `Soul' man. Appelo, Tim // Entertainment Weekly;2/12/93, Issue 157, p68
Discusses Eldridge Cleaver's autobiography `Soul on Ice,' which was released in 1968. Pain between men and women; Life spent in and out of jail for marijuana peddling; Joining the Black Panthers in 1967; Police raid and flight until 1975; Marketing pants with a built-in codpiece; More. INSET:...
- Eldridge Cleaver arrested on cocaine charge. // Jet;6/22/92, Vol. 82 Issue 9, p59
Reports that former Black Panther leader Eldridge Cleaver has been charged with felony possession of cocaine in Oakland, California. Cleaver's comments on charge; Political career; Earlier problems with the law.
- Eldridge Cleaver, ex-Black Panther, author, political conservative, dies. // Jet;05/18/98, Vol. 93 Issue 25, p6
Reports that Eldridge Cleaver, former prominent activist of the 1960s and leader of the Black Panther Party, died at the age of 62, in Pomona, California during 1998. Background information on Cleaver; How Cleaver achieved international prominence; Who Cleaver is survived by.
- Cleaver wrongly arrested by police, judge says. // Jet;10/12/92, Vol. 82 Issue 25, p28
States that a judge has thrown out a cocaine possession charge against former Black Panther Eldridge Cleaver, ruling that police improperly arrested him. Ruling by Superior Court Judge Philip Sarkisian in Oakland, California; Details of arrest; Cleaver's work in Black Panthers.
- Eldridge Cleaver: He was always a conservative. Walker, Lee H. // Crain's Chicago Business;05/25/98, Vol. 21 Issue 21, p9
Opinion. Profiles Leroy Eldridge Cleaver, a former leader in the Black Panther Party and an educator, who died in May 1998 at the age of 62. Background information on Cleaver; Name of Cleavers autobiography; Where Cleaver was born.
- PART V: THE FIRST AMENDMENT: Eldridge Cleaver Must Speak. // AirWAVES;1999, p258
The article pays tribute to the late African American militant Eldridge Cleaver.
- Hazlitt's quotations from Hudibras and Don Quixote. // Review of English Studies;Nov92, Vol. 43 Issue 172, p488
Examines the sources of a quote from William Hazlitt complimenting a Shakespearean character, Falstaff in `Henry IV,' saying that like Napolean he `had guts in his brains.' Tracing the sources of the quote; `Troilus and Cressida'; Samuel Butler's `Hudibras'; Cervantes' `Don Quixote'; More.
- Collection and recollection: William Hazlitt and the poetics of memory. Lew, Laurie Kane // Studies in Romanticism;Fall97, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p349
Describes the thematics and poetics of William Hazlitt. How essays can be considered as a series of portraits or self-portraits; Examination of how Hazlitt's memories of paintings, standing for past viewing experiences, achieved `public' status; Hazlitt's styles in memory-writing; Cited...