“What do you think of this bit of writing?” Jacob pushes his laptop in front of Allan; he has to put on his grandpa glasses to read it. 576 more words
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I’m in a foul mood today and I mean foul.
we work our arses off collecting cardboard in the van… dragging it out of places or trolleys flat packing and lifting it in the van and when van is full then take it to the recycle point and spend ages getting it all out again.. 1,024 more words
Today we pay homage to one of the foremost figures in American literature—Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849). Born in Boston to actor parents, orphaned at an early age and brought up by foster parents with whom he shared a love-hate relationship, Edgar tried his hand at various trades (including a stint in the army, which ended when he deliberately got himself a court-martial for indiscipline!) before becoming one of the very first authors to try to make a living by the pen. 246 more words
By Anastassia M.
Three charter schools ranked among the top five schools in Austin, alongside high- performing public schools such as Westlake. 1,098 more words