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  • Opinion > Pop Culture / Trends
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    I’m sitting with an overpriced coffee on the outside patio of Starbucks, the only calm place where I don’t feel like a rock in the stream of people. Inside, customers from all walks of life tap their polished shoes against the reclaimed wood floors—they impatiently wait behind a gaggle of teen...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    It all started with my third-grade homework, something most little boys despise. Like every day, I was completing it diligently in my office. The Macintosh’s screen was black, the result of my pondering over the homework question: Where’s a place you want to visit, but you’ve never been to? T...
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    A spring night in 1984 arrives humid and hot, stifling Olivia and Marissa’s dorm room at the University of Chicago. Olivia reads a book, nestled on a heap of blankets and pillows. Marissa struggles to zip up her black jersey-knit dress, pulling at the silver zipper. She grasps a stack of thick, gl...
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    The sun gets tired, lowering itself to sleep over the Western wall. It pulls a soothing blanket of yellow, orange, and purple over the Negev desert. I am not comforted. My legs are planted at the base of the peach tree, located on the outskirts of the village, the fragile branches looming over the d...
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    Jacob Black's face appears on screen again. He is cradling Bella in his arms, handing her off to Charlie to finish the job. He is shirtless, of course. He lost baby fat and put on muscle. The movie producers felt obliged to show it. I mean, SHOW IT! When the camera followed Jake, Jake was shirt...
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    Poor, alone, brave. When Lakshmi needed the most help in her life, all three of her dominant 'adjectives' kicked in. And when Lakshmi needed some help, no one gave her some. Sold by Patricia McCormick is the story of 13-year-old Lakshmi in the country of Nepal. She and her family are desperate...

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