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Letter from Mr. Clarke. Awoke at 10–breakfast 11:45. Read and finished “Let the Hurricane Roar.” Started “Cimarron.” Short thunderstorm. Didn’t write to Mama today.

Cover Reveal: Cafe Europa by Ed Ifkovic

In 1914, as rumors of war float across Europe, Edna Ferber travels to Budapest with Winifred Moss, a famous London suffragette, to visit the homeland of her dead father and to see the sights. 13 more words

The Chicago Literary Renaissance

At the onset of the 20th century, Chicago had become the nation’s Second City, a Midwest Leviathan, a center of commerce and industry. The poet Carl Sandburg, born in downstate Galesburg, arrives in Chicago in 1912. 450 more words

let's do the time warp again

Although I understand that it’s not such a good idea to play games with reality, If I could have a choice between slowing down an event that passes by too fast, or speeding up something that goes by too slowly, I should very much rather speed up the slow circumstances.   136 more words

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