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A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens

“Tell the Wind and Fire where to stop…”

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Set before and during ‘The Reign of Terror’ in Revolutionary France, A Tale of Two Cities… 1,289 more words

Book Review

Shhh, it'll be our secret.

Secrets are a part of human nature. Some secrets are futile–but there are others that really are better off not talked about. The line of when secrets should be kept or not is a blur and very controversial. 485 more words

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Powerful Women are the Coolest!

I absolutely love that the most powerful characters in A Tale of Two Cities are women. The feminist in me enjoys the representation of my gender as strong rather than weak and helpless. 332 more words

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The Centre of Fate

Something that stood out to me in last nights reading was this idea that everything has a center. This idea is apparent through out the book. 343 more words

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Human Beings.

“A wonderful fact to reflect upon, that every other human being is constituted to be that profound secret and mystery to every other”(16 B&N). This is my favorite quote that I have encountered so far in  532 more words

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Tuesday Tip

Have you ever killed someone? Why did you do it? How did you do it? Did you do it again?

By now I hope you know I’m talking about fictional people. 1,828 more words

Writing

Walking With Ghosts

I think that Stephen King put it fairly well when he said, “Monsters are real, and ghosts are real too.  They live inside us, and sometimes, they win.”  Sometimes we are our own worst enemy, and our internal fears can get the best of us if we dwell too long on them. 495 more words

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