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  • Nonfiction > Travel & Culture
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    My excitement about attending a Japanese school had given way to disappointment after just one day. I had been looking forward to spending a week at Keimei Academy with my host sister, Mizuki, ever since arriving in Kobe, and I had expected that these last five days of my visit to Japan would be ...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
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    Boom. That’s probably the chemistry classrooms. The new chemistry classrooms. The ones that cost thousands of dollars to build. Maybe a million. Oh, why does it matter? Why am I even thinking about this? It’s not important. It’s not going to change what happened. What am I going...
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    Whys it so bright in here Cover my head with my blankets Oh wait its morning What time is it Seven forty three Aw shoot I overslept and the third time this week too Whyd the alarm have to break Wheres my sock Why was I stupid enough to go out with them last night anyway Theres my shirt on the booksh...
  • Nonfiction > Sports
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    They train four hours a day, often waking up at 4:30 or 5 for before-school practices. Their evenings and weekends are eaten up by twice-weekly travel games. Every day is the same; there's no break – not even on the Fourth of July. No, these aren't Olympic-caliber athletes; they're kids. ...
  • Nonfiction > Memoir
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    1. I am climbing up a steep wooden ladder that leads to the garage apartment in my backyard. At the top, there is a girl. She is very tall- much older than me. We sit on the floor of the apartment eating cheerios. I am one year old. 2. It is an overcast day. The house is run down. Small,...
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    Before going to Japan, I thought I already knew a fairly decent amount about the country and its language. I'd taken Japanese at school for two and a half years, so had a simple grasp of the Japanese language, and in class, I'd been exposed to several cultural aspects of Japan, including ...
  • Nonfiction > Memoir
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    "Alright, Lizzie, I think you're set," the counselor in front of me declares. "Mrs. Buehler, thank you for registering. I'll take Lizzie from here, and you can say your goodbyes now." Tears are already welling up in my eyes. Why did I ever decide that Camp Texl...
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    Remember, Lizzie, I tell myself, taking a deep breath. This was your idea. Everything will be fine. But it isn’t. I’m so nervous that I shiver. If I tried to talk- not that there would be anyone to talk to- I’m not sure if I’d actually be able to open my mouth. More kids than ...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
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    I think we were near Sacramento, maybe, not in the city but on one of those highways that runs straight for hundreds of miles, so straight that a person can go crazy from the monotony and the sky blurs into the ground. It was our 37th hour on the road. I wasn't keeping time or anything, but G...
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