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The Lovers 6.3

“I’m going to die,” I said.

“Relax, everything’s going to be fine,” Ace reassured me, her arms intertwined with my right one. She seemed to make up for my lack of enthusiasm with her sheer joy and flashy colors. 4,698 more words


#DigiLit Sunday: Digital Voice

Our current students have never known life without connectivity. With the advent of the internet in 1991, the world has literally opened up on many frontiers.   407 more words

DigiLit Sunday

Rosalind, Celia, and Touchstone

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Illustrator: Unknown

Engraver: Unknown

Original Illustration Size: 144 x 210 mm / 5″20 x 8″8

Illustration Number: 7/35

Source Text: The Plays of William Shakespeare  / Edited and Annotated by Charles and Mary Cowden Clarke / Illustrated by H. 41 more words


The Big Blue; Part Five

A Rabbit Hole; A Descent

Further down the rabbit hole she fell. The world passing her by as she tumbled. She did not try to stop herself, or feel worry, or fear. 95 more words


The Big Blue; Part Four

Cave of Desolation; An Ignorance

When Celia had finally stopped running, out of breath and her legs like jelly, the glow of the lake had faded into the distance with the blackened clouds. 1,393 more words