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  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    The man in Richard’s arms took one last, shuddering breath before his body went limp. Richard blinked several times, unable to react. They had barely known each other a day and yet he was the last person the poor man had seen. What a terrible final thing to see. Out of all the beautiful things thi...
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    Nectar of the Gods …or at least of the Brits. It greets me in the morning, helping me eliminate the sleep still present in my eyes. It’s there when I come home, a way to calm my stressed mind. It lulls me off to sleep, ridding me of any shaken nerves or gross anxieties. I’ve always dru...
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    Everyone dreams, at one time or another, of abandoning the jobs, bills, and stress of their everyday life and to go somewhere where they can simply relax in the sun, eat delicious, unique food, and take long walks through a picturesque village. But few people actually go through with such a desire u...
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    “We came on the wind of the carnival.” Within the two seconds it took me to read the title of the book, Chocolat, and the first sentence, I was completely hooked. How can one get somewhere “on the wind of the carnival”? I read on to find out and, instead of any concrete answers, I found a ...
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    Fans of Emma Watson have probably heard by now that she will be starring in the film adaptation of the quirky book The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky. The novel has been challenged multiple times since its publication and several of the reasons include the books views on homosexualit...
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    Ages ago I wrote a review for A Study in Scarlet and, what with my love for Sherlock Holmes having grown into a slight obsession; I figured it was time to review another Conan Doyle novel. The Sign of Four, sometimes called The Sign of the Four, is the second of Conan Doyle’s four novels and in ma...
  • Nonfiction > Interviews
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    Studying is the most important job of any student, and they do much of this studying in a library. But not many students know what actually goes into the running of a library, so I decided to interview a librarian to see just what it takes to do such a thing. The title of “librarian” brings imag...
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    Finishing high school is a daunting and delightful idea that seems far too distant from the moment we call ‘Econ’, ‘APUSH’, or ‘Sophomore Speech’ that we’re living in to worry about. But, as frightening as it may seem, the adult life is really just around the corner! Soon we’ll be wo...
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    It’s time to review an absolute favorite of mine, Angela’s Ashes by Frank McCourt, a tale of growing up in a time when food and shoes were hard to come by and a Christmas present was a penny or a piece of butterscotch. The book, a memoir really, starts when Frank is only three years old and livi...
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    Jane Austen, a woman of little enough importance in her time, but a woman who gave people of all ages, genders, and ethnicity’s joy through her writings of love, life, and loss in 18th century English society. Austen has always been a favorite author of mine; she brings together comedy, romance, a...
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    My name is Watson, Doctor John Watson. Pretty phony I know, being a godd*mn doctor and all, but it just sort of happened. I was a student in London and I went on to become a surgeon for the Army. Just recently I’ve been in Afghanistan with all those phony soldiers, fighting the godd*mn terrorists....
  • Hot Topics > What Matters
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    When you hear the name of a great woman athlete, Maria Sharapova for instance, what do you first think of? Her accomplishments or her skin-revealing swimsuit cover of Sports Illustrated? What about when you hear the name Andy Roddick, a similarly great tennis player? Most likely, you would first thi...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    Right across the bay from New York City there is a strip of beach inhabited by a hundred or so Irish families. This small, residential area is called Breezy Point. My grandfather grew up in NYC and lived in Breezy until he was about 12 and still reminisces about his childhood there. After he was mar...
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    I don’t know what it is, it might be because forensic shows (CSI, Bones, etc.) have become so popular or maybe because of the crimes people hear about on TV, but there seems to be a new found interest in the world’s greatest, most original detective, Sherlock Holmes. Sherlock Holmes can be seen ...
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    The true Regency era of England only lasted nine years, beginning when the Prince of Wales became the regent (1811) and ending when he was proclaimed King of England (1820), however the name of ‘Regency’ is often used to describe the dates between 1780 and 1830. This time was greatly influenced,...
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    Though not more than a century old, The Picture of Dorian Gray has been named a classic by most (if not all) literature-lovers. As Oscar Wilde's only novel, it takes a special place among his works, which were primarily plays. The timeless book tells about the “masks people wear to cover their ...
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    “In eighteenth-century France there lived a man who was one of the most gifted and abominable personages in an era that knew no lack of gifted and abominable personages.” So begins the book Perfume: The Story of a Murderer by Patrick Sueskind. I’ve been to Paris once. Not in the eighteenth cen...
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    When hearing the word “castle” one often gets images of dashing knights come to the rescue of a pretty maiden, a fire-breathing dragon, and a damsel in distress - not two American brothers who share feelings for the same girl, a, possible insane, father suffering from 12 years of writer’s bloc...

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