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  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    It was a gloriously bright day and a young man had debts to pay. It was not financial debts that made him cross through the park that day; it was the debt of time. He was off to visit a friend with whom he traded time. If he invited the friend over to discuss his own whims and notions, he must then ...
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    In the place where her eyes should have been were two big black almonds. She wore so much makeup that her actual eyes were just slits, especially in the bright sunlight. The eyebrows above were the sharpest I had ever seen, as if they had been drawn with a ruler. Her lips were cleanly outlined and c...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    A day of fog and harsh, damp air. A young man sees and bends to stare: A maiden lying on grass to rest With pale hands folded on her breast. Her hair was wet with lovers' tiffs, And the young man presently lifts The languid maiden on his cart, And tries to warm her frozen heart....
  • Opinion > Social Issues / Civics
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    Globalization is a political, economic and social force that involves greater interaction between countries, integration of economies of the world and access to international culture. There are different opinions on the effects of globalization and whether or not they are beneficial. It can be seen ...
  • Hot Topics > What Matters
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    In mathematics, everything has a right answer. If Mary stole two of John’s apples, and he had five to begin with, John could only have three left. However, if you asked a scientist, they’d have to look at the colour, luminosity and density of the apples to guess their type, and even then they co...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Oh! the wonders in the back of a hand: The hills and valleys of this promised land. Knarled faces make fingers trees That bend to reveal smooth knees. Pinnacles of marble planes can be Rose or, in a second, ivory. A freckle and a half, along with hairs; They are barely visible, hardly the...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    A robin alighted on the back fence And hopped and skipped, then it commenced With round beady eyes, to look at me I wonder what, with those eyes, it did see. The robin, so proud, sticking out Great red belly, so round, quite stout. What a small, snappy beak! And shades so deep Standing o...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    You know when all your cereal boxes are half full, Or when you’re trying to save your favourite one, And you fill your bowl half with wholegrain whatever a third with something sugary and add the last few bits of a boring brand. Well, I tried to do that but my cornflakes floated to ...
  • Poetry > Sonnet
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    Your pencil strokes – so strong and sure – They lie, they trick. Do you make me endure This torture just to embarrass? Or perhaps, render me defenceless? My father, His Majesty, is really to blame: Selling me, with the family name. The King of France ordered a portrait So I’m freezing...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Feeling very old Feeling brand new Feeling kinda crazy All because of you. Not sure when I changed But I'm sure stuck School, friends, family? Like I give a... stuff. Can't seem to focus Living in a dream Can't seem to function You make me what to scream. Failed my l...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    To: Nicky <veronica27@email.co.uk> From: Melony <melonade@email.co.uk> Date: 25th September 2011 Subject: A club Hiya Nicky, Did you enjoy going out yesterday? I did. I’m surprised that Gwen thought up such a fun thing to do as the fair. I was worried it would rain...
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    To: Nicky <veronica27@email.co.uk> From: Melony <melonade@email.co.uk> Date: 15th September 2011 Subject: Hang out? Hi Nicky, I swear, if my Spanish teacher makes me sit even remotely near that slug-faced smelly rat of a boy, Connor Cookson, again I will... I will......
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    To: Nicky <veronica27@email.co.uk> From: Melony <melonade@email.co.uk> Date: 1st September 2011 Subject: Great news! Hey Nicky, Guess what? He’s in my Spanish class! Oh, by the way, today was fine and stuff though I couldn’t find my homeroom at first and had to ...
  • Hot Topics > What Matters
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    It’s what everyone wonders, isn’t it? Come on, admit that at some point you’ve asked it. Maybe you were examining yourself in your new swimsuit, or trying to style your hair for school, or staring at a photo of yourself and wondering, “Is that really how I look?!”. You’re not alone; I th...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    Death is weird. I'm serious. Think about it: one minute you are smiling to the woman in post office, trying to remember if you switched the iron off, and wondering when the rain is going to stop so you can get home, and then next minute you're under a bus and you can't think, or feel,...
  • Reviews > Book Reviews
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    Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park was written in 1811 to 1813 and published anonymously in 1814. As with all her novels, Austen’s name was not attached until after her death. It was Austen’s third published novel (after Sense and Sensibility and Pride and Prejudice), and the first that was not a re...
  • Nonfiction > Academic
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    This poem may suggest it is about missing people or regretting experiences, but I think if look deeper and really analyze it, you can see its main premise is feeling empty when the days of youth and folly have been lost, which is actually quite a common but confusing feeling – the emptiness –not...
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
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    IMDb: 7.3/10 Rotten Tomatoes: 86% positive, jumping to 97% in Top Critics Metacritic: 90/100 Rating: 14A (Canada) Release date: 2001 U.S. box office: $41.3M Award-winning Gosford Park uses the timeless murder-mystery outline of Agatha Christie’s novels and embellishes it with all the colou...
  • Poetry > Ballad
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    There was a girl a time ago Who ran amok through the meadow Barefoot and singing that She’d never want a fellow. She was not responsible She just wanted to be free And have a life of play But her father wasn’t happy. And he said, “Grow up, grow up, Can’t yer, girl? You gotta wo...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
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    The impressive elevator doors were the sort that came in pairs, with one sliding each way once you pressed the button. They were practically ancient and utterly dirty, but they reflected a certain amount of glamour and prestige. Perhaps it was the way the mahogany was moulded to perfection, with man...

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