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  • Reviews > All Reviews
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    As the video documentary, “Treasures of New York: American Museum of Natural History” states, The American Museum of Natural History is the story of life itself. The museums breathtaking forty-five permanent halls teach more than a typical classroom setting could. The museums research cont...
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    In 1978 over nine hundred members of a cult known as “The People’s Temple,” committed mass suicide under cult member—more importantly their leader—Jim Jones’ guidance (History, 1). Polygamy, child brides, human and animal sacrifices, as well as mass suicides are all terms at which the av...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    I hid behind those grand white doors, That smelt like roses and contained much more. No curses or evil witches here, Thick forests that led to my very own cave. Mountains to climb, But they never did end. A boat I sat in, That took me nowhere, And took me everywhere. I would clim...
  • Nonfiction > Memoir
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    They cried, a cry that could not have been heard, only felt with each grasp my lips took at his. It wasn’t fair, still isn’t fair, that I feel this way towards him. Sometimes I blame myself, no, I blame myself every time the notion pops into my pretty little head. I pressed my lips harder with e...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    I had never been so entirely happy in all my life. I had no care in the world if anyone knew, all that mattered to me was the time I spent with him. Towards the end, five hours a day did not seem like enough, and I’d smile myself to exhaustion when he would ask to see me again. I was comfortable f...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    No one stared as I cried during the ceremony. I tried to rise by body when the priest asked if anyone objected; if anyone had a reason my best friend and my brother should not get married. In the end, it was honor that tied my body to that seat, it was my family name that stuffed my mouth with cotto...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    It was my foolish demure, my immaturity and stupidity that ruined his life. After years of papering and high class treatment, I was poisoned, poisoned with the ideas that life was fair and not at all cruel. I believed with all my heart that people received what they deserved, and I deserved to be yo...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    With each thrust of my arm, each swing of my sword, the blood spills over my father’s ship. Why would such a young inexperienced pirate try to attack my father and his crew? Does he not know of his reputation, the great Captain Morgan? My seventeen years of life have prepared me for this. After al...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    As I wipe my sweaty hands on my t-shirt, my feet flying beneath me, I can’t help but watch him. I do not hear the music pounding into my ears, nor do I feel what should be pain flashing up my knees. My throats drier than normal and my breathings completely erratic as I sprint, unaware of the lines...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    Discrimination is not like it used to be. People do not publicly call you names or harass you relentlessly and yet people do not welcome you with open arms. It’s subtle until you’re old enough to see it, and although you don’t fully understand it at first, it’s like opening your eyes after y...

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