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~ Remember The Sudd ? ~

Deeply conscious of the
blinding luminous Corona
the clayey vessel trembled,
bowed low tried to crawl
in vain into the shadow
struggling to hide and bluff… 107 more words
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Today In History July 27

An armistice ends the Korean War; A House panel votes to impeach President Richard Nixon; A pipe bomb explodes at the Atlanta Olympics; The deposed Shah of Iran and comedian Bob Hope die. 19 more words


Graphic Novel Review: Not the Israel My Parents Promised Me by Harvey Pekar and JT Waldman

I feel sorry for Israel. Not because of any geographical or political or militarily reason. I feel sorry for Israel because its shrouded in so much bullshit it’s impossible to approach it without encountering such a thick wall of reactionary emotion from both the right and the left of the ideological spectrum. 592 more words


The Wednesday Sisters

As it is summer, I tend to gravitate to lighter and/or female-centered stories.  The Wednesday Sisters by Meg Waite Clayton was a classic fit–it is about five women who want to be writers and meet every week to work on their writing; surprise surprise, they become best friends and share plenty of drama along the way.  114 more words


Historical World | Knowledge World

This beautiful and wonderful world where we live in, it was not such a day. The quality of human life and life style was not so improved. 63 more words


Definition of history What is History? | Knowledge World

The English word “History”  has come from the Greek word “Historia”. The word Historia was first used by Greek historian Herodotus (fifth century B.C.). 118 more words


All things history

  We’ve set up a new site – the WEA History Space as a place where everyone interested in history and history related topics can visit and share knowledge and information. 76 more words

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