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"To Travel Is To Live": Reflections On A Summer Vacation

When flying back home to New York City after an extremely fun and whirlwind cruise around Europe, covering mainly the Scandinavian countries along the Baltic Sea, I came across this information board about Denmark’s most famous author Hans Christian Andersen at the Copenhagen airport. 937 more words

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A Cheerful Temper

A Cheerful Temper

There was once a man who greatly admired his father. His father had known so many people and had seemed quite cheerful. He had gone before both the rich and the poor, this was because he was a hearse driver. 330 more words

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There is No Doubt About It

There is No Doubt About It

There was once a hen who accidentally pulled a feather out of herself. She didn’t think much of it. She said the more feathers she plucked the more beautiful she would get, but she was a respectable hen and would have done no such thing. 339 more words

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On Judgment Day

On Judgment Day

Judgement day will be the most solemn day of our lives. Death once came to get a man. The man was a staunch upholder of the truth. 439 more words

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The New Crystal Palace and Hans Christian Andersen

The famous triumph of engineering was re-erected at Sydenham, celebrated by a week long Handel festival. This is from The Year of the Wombat by Francis Watson: 612 more words

19th Century History

In a Thousand Years

In a Thousand Years

In a thousand years people will live in America. They will travel upon airships to Europe to see the ruin of all. 438 more words

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The Loveliest Rose in the World

The Loveliest Rose in the World

There was once a noble woman who was sick. The doctor thought there was no hope for her. He said there was one chance. 451 more words

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