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  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    Chances are that anyone who has ever known me is well-acquainted with my enthusiasm for the “Harry Potter” and “Doctor Who” franchises. Regularly decked out in Hogwarts T-shirts or spouting ambiguous references about “wibbly wobbly timey wimey stuff,” I find more ridiculers than sympat...
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    Last week, seeking refuge from the usual commotion of the schoo library after class — textbook-snatching eighth-graders, noisy freshmen blasting “Gangnam Style” on the three available computers, giggling couples frolicking to and fro — I retreated into the musty bookshelves while anxiously...
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    When I was four years old, I helped my mother bake chocolate chip cookies for the first time. After that, I was convinced I’d grow up to become a baker. I held fast to that dream until I was six, furiously beating eggs and scooping flour into measuring cups. But after I was selected to perf...
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    The cartridge glides smoothly across the paper, and a thin trail of slick, shiny whiteness is left behind in its wake. Your hand continues to guide the whiteout effortlessly over the inky loops and lines and flourishes when, all of a sudden, the sleek trail splits into two. Hoping to even out the ...
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    <i>Ah, America, the land of freedom and opportunity; I already miss you. </i> A cacophony of swerving, honking cabs and mobs of Chinese speaking in the loud, harsh tones of different dialects immersed us as we walked out the air-conditioned, all-shining-chrome airport ter...
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    “Shoot all the blue jays you want, if you can hit 'em, but remember it's a sin to kill a mockingbird.” This is the best-known line from Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, a classic of modern American literature and one of the most influential works of historical fiction. The novel...

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