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    The question of the meaning of life has been a predominant theme among philosophers throughout the ages. Over the millennia, man has cited God, science, relationships and even numbers (42) as an answer. The Stranger, in contrast to other philosophical works, examines the meaninglessness of life. Alb...
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    Throughout history, art has reflected the morals of society and, in turn, society has projected its morals into art. Art portrays our religion, our politics and patriotism, our flaws and convictions, our history and our goals. Hieronymus Bosch illustrates the faults of man, Liberty leads the people ...
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    The mantis shrimp could be seeing anything . . .and that’s the beauty of it all. I can postulate to no end what the mantis shrimp perceives, describe a color none of us can even hope to imagine, delineate what exists on either side of the visible spectrum. The mantis shrimp could outdo any of our ...
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    “No live organism can continue for long to exist sanely under conditions of absolute reality; even larks and katydids are supposed, by some, to dream. Hill House, not sane, stood by itself against its hills, holding darkness within; it had stood so for eighty years and might stand for eighty more....
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    As I see it, a great invention is one that can serve more than one purpose, something that is not thrown away after it has lost its utility or when a newer model comes along. I am reliving my childhood currently by rereading A Series of Unfortunate Events. Violet, a main character, is the inventor. ...
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    “Love what you do and do you what you love.” Ray Bradbury first penned this phrase which was quickly categorized under inspirational cliché quotes. It is an idea that sounds nice,, but, let’s face it, cannot come into fruition. Forbes advises us against this personal philosophy. The money mig...
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    Edmond and I Really, I was just like any other eighth grader. A bit tired of homework, my peers, useless drama and middle school in general. I got pretty good grades, mostly A’s, with the occasional B or C in a subject I didn’t care much about. I had friends, not many, but they were true. I ...
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    The Power of Silence in The Sunflower In The Sunflower: On the Possibilities and Limits of Forgiveness, Simon Wiesenthal asks the reader’s personal opinion on the act of forgiveness. Are there crimes so heinous that forgiveness cannot be granted? What must the guilty party do or feel in orde...
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    St. Paul's Cathedral in London: magnificent, immense, and stately. I am reminded of the iconic image of an undamaged St. Paul standing whole and bright, surrounded by clouds of smoke and fear following intense bombings by Germany in the Blitz of World War II. Demanding to be seen, standing up agains...
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    In the preface to his book, Mrs. Warren’s Profession, George Bernard Shaw wrote, “All censorships exist to prevent anyone from challenging current conceptions and existing institutions. All progress is initiated by challenging current conceptions, and executed by supplanting existing institution...
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    A bookworm, society says, is a recluse. His nose is tucked into a novel all day and dark circle around his eyes point to hours of nocturnal reading. His eyes are magnified behind thick glasses and his skin is pale as a result of his indoor habit. Most of all, he does not know how to have a good ti...
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    Joseph Heller’s Catch -22 is about war and friendship, resistance and compliance, love and hate, loyalty and desertion. It is a comedy and a tragedy. It calls into the question the fine line between sanity and derangement, democracy and dictatorships, paranoia and level-headedness, right and wron...

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