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Fearful Symmetry

Tyger Tyger, burning bright,
In the forests of the night;
What immortal hand or eye,
Could frame thy fearful symmetry?

The Tyger
SONGS OF INNOCENCE AND EXPERIENCE… 49 more words

The Great Escape: Previews to Two Stories by Garden Urthark, THE FATE OF JEREMIAH and QUASIMODO

Remember Steve McQueen as the Cooler King in The Great Escape? Had anyone asked, I would have said, most emphatically, that I would never have wanted to become anything like the isolated character he was. 1,446 more words

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poems out of other poems

December 11 marks the death of John Gillespie Magee, Jr. (1922-1941). Born to an American father and a British mother, Magee opted to join the Royal Canadian Air Force in 1940 to serve with the Allied Forces during WWII (the United States had not yet entered the war). 805 more words

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more than one meaning

“Children seem endlessly fascinated by the fact that a word can have more than one meaning … they ought to keep this fascination all their lives: if they lose it when they grow up they’re not maturing, just degenerating.”

— Northrop Frye

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