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  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
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    I watched my son playing outside from the window in my kitchen. It was going to be a long day at work, so just watching him kick around the soccer ball was as much relief as I would be getting. Whenever he got the ball in the net he’d throw his arms up and run around, accepting all the gracious ...
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    In the wake of the Holocaust it was difficult to decide who was to blame. Should the guards be punished or was it just the men giving the orders? Did the fact that the law defended criminals who were following orders make a difference? The Investigation uses real testimony from the Frankfurt Ausch...
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    I completed the final episode of The Legend of Korra last week and since I basically spend my time on this website telling and reviewing stories, I thought I’d give my two cents on the ending. I think it goes without saying that this post is going to be filled with spoilers so if you haven&...
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    Ruth Klüger is a Jewish woman that survived the Holocaust. Most stories that are told and repeated are those written by men, but Klüger is proof that women did survive the horrors. Still Alive: A Holocaust Girlhood Remembered follows her during the ghettoization of her Austrian home, her trip to...
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    “To write poetry after Auschwitz is barbaric” . . . [It means to] “squeeze aesthetic pleasure out of artistic representation of the naked bodily pain of those who have been knocked down by rifle butts…Through aesthetic principles or stylization…the unimaginable ordeal still appears as if...
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    The old woman stared at the red lights in shock and then turned to the Doctor. “What have you done?” she hissed, “Everything I have worked for, all my life’s work, ruined by you.” “Clara,” the Doctor said mostly to himself. He looked once again at the little girl in the glass enclosu...
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    “What do you think it is?” Clara asked as the two stared at the huge pylon in the center of a circular metal room. In a lot of ways the room reminded her of the TARDIS cockpit but instead of the controls there was a pulsating, blue pillar. “If I had to hazard a guess,” the Author leaped ov...
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    I recently read an article on the New Yorker’s website entitled “The Percy Jackson Problem.” The premise of the article is that children seem to be reading the wrong things. It argues that perhaps Percy Jackson is not the best place for a student to read because of its tired concept and ques...
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    “All roads lead to Rome” it means that there are different ways to attain a single goal but it originated from the idea that many roads, during the empire, led back to Rome. There is a similar saying from World War Two: “All roads lead to Auschwitz.” All six books touch Auschwitz in some w...
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    “What do you think this place was?” Clara asked as she walked down the hallway beside the Author. The only light was coming from the end of the Author’s sonic screwdriver, “I mean before all of this.” “There’s no telling,” the Author shrugged, glancing over at Clara for only a mome...
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    One of my classes this semester is called Representations of the Holocaust. In it the students are asked to analyze different pieces of Holocaust Literature and Film. It is the most interesting class I believe I have ever taken, but there is also a lot of work involved. In the class we were asked ...
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     This has nothing to do with dealing with romantic rejection (I can’t say I would be necessarily overly helpful on that front), so if that’s what you’re looking for you’ve come to the wrong place. It is about dealing with rejection with your writing. Personally, I have not been rejected m...
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    “So where are you now?” Danny Pink said over the telephone to Clara. She sat watching the Doctor and the Author argue about the proper way to land a TARDIS. “They say Chile,” Clara shook her head, “But with the Doctor you’re never quite sure.” “They?” Danny asked and Clara realiz...
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     The Doctor dove beneath a flurry of laser fire above him. He looked up and saw the TARDIS was still a good distance away. There was no way he could make it without being shot. He pulled his sonic screwdriver from his jacket and checked how many attackers were around him. He was surrounded and th...
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          His voice was like music. It wasn’t that he was singing because he wasn’t. His voice just reverberated with rich, velvet tones. It demanded to be heard and listened to and ears accepted the order amiably. They lingered on the ends of every word, hoping for more and disappointed if not...
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         Coraline is an adventurous young girl. More than anything she just wants to stop being bored. There is nothing to do around the house, her parents are too busy to play with her, and the only other people around are two aging former actresses and a crazy old man who is trying to teach mice ...
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    “Get out of the way!” my carriage driver shouts and I watch as a man has to dive aside to make sure we don’t trample him. I glance at my father, open my mouth to speak, and then bite my tongue. I set my hands in my lap and sit with my back straight, like a proper lady. My eyes flit back a...
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        Hannah Baker committed suicide. There was no note left. That was the end of it. At least that’s what Clay Jensen thought until a box turns up on his doorstep. Inside the box are seven cassette tapes. Clay doesn’t know what to make of the package until he puts the first tape into a player...
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    Thomas wakes up in an elevator and the only thing he can remember is his name. He does not know how he got there or where he’s going. Then the doors open up and he’s greeted by a throng of adolescent boys. When he climbs out of the box he finds himself in a large, walled-off glade. Beyond the ...
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    I remember back before the war. It’s been years since then but I can still remember. I dream about it most nights and I wonder if this war will ever end. I know that wars always end but this war is all I’ve ever known. I remember we had a dog, my family and I that is. He was a huge dog, twic...
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    *Contains spoilers from Divergent and Insurgent* With the truth about the city revealed the people are divided and must make a choice. Do they stay in the city or do they venture outside of the walls? Do they return to the faction system or come up with something completely new? Those who want...
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    His name was Adam. He was in the driver’s seat of his SUV when he died. There was a bouquet of flowers on the passenger seat for his wife and a gift for his son. He was driving home from work when it happened. He’d stopped off at the florists and the supermarket in order to apologize. Adam had h...
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    “She shouldn’t be playing with that boy,” the king said to his wife as the two stood and watched the children in the courtyard. There was a striking difference between the two. The boy was reckless and dirty the girl was proper and clean, “It’s not right for a girl of her stature.” ...
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    *Warning: Review Contains Spoilers for Divergent* In the aftermath of the attack on the Abnegation compound Tris and the others retreat to Amity for safe haven. They know they cannot stay forever but they need a place to calculate their next move. When Erudite members with Dauntless guards arri...
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    Story: A group of magical cultists attempts to summon Death but instead draw out her brother Morpheus, the Sandman. While trapped by the magicians the world is struck by “sleeping sicknesses” some people cannot sleep and others cannot wake. This continues for seventy years until the Sandman is f...

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