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  • Holocaust Memorial Essay

    The Holocaust Memorial The definition of holocaust is: destruction or slaughter on a mass scale, especially caused by fire or nuclear war. Most people associate the word holocaust by the slaughter of jews during World War 2. World War 2 started on September 1, 1939 and after a long fight of 6 years, it ended on September 2, 1945. The war involved multiple countries; on one side were the Axis Powers, including Germany, Italy and Japan. On the other side were the Allies. They included, Britain,…

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  • Harper's Ferry: A Short Story

    In my last few weeks at Harpers Ferry, a man in his mid-fifties walked into the Provost Marshal’s office. He was a big man, maybe six foot four. Bald, overweight, wearing a red polo shit and sagging cargo pants with sunglasses pressed into his forehead. I was already talking to a family from the Carolinas interpreting the experiences of the town’s citizens after the war, when across the former slave states Provost Marshals were replaced by agents of the newly formed Freedman’s Bureau. They were…

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  • Creative Writing: Les Jardins D Eiffl

    note the large, pillared building to my right. It is a Catholic Church, Paroisse Saint-Pierre du Gros Caillou. The parish stands in obstinate objection to the infringement of luxury stores taking over the street. The sidewalk alternates between cobblestone and smooth cement. History, here, is refusing to yield to tourism. As we continue on Saint-Dominique, it is becoming abundantly clear that we are getting closer to the tower, as the streets are becoming more crowded. I could turn onto Avenue…

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  • Cathy Brown: A Short Story

    My Little Dear Cathy Brown was following her heart, a potentially stupid decision. She had traveled 4,821 miles from her home in Farmington, Utah to Poole, England all for love. At least a hope of love. Steve McGill knew the moment he saw Cathy at the Heathrow airport in London she was the woman for him. He had known it for months through letters, tapes, pictures, and phone calls. He asked her to come stay with him for one week all for love. At least a hope of love. That love would go…

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  • Fortunato: A Short Story

    She was pacing, back and forth, her deep auburn hair looked sloppy, as if she had not brushed it in days. She wore a charming black silk dress, that appeared to have not been ironed and she looked upset. I began to feel guilt, she looked absent, just wandering in the plaza. I began to approach her, thinking about what to say, maybe if I calm her worried soul, she won 't wonder where her dear Fortunato is. Upon closer inspection, her make-up had been smeared, her eyes looked disoriented, “ My…

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  • Creative Writing: The Last Ride

    The Last Ride Gidal awoke from his short-lived rest, his eyelids - peeled apart to reveal a scene that was none too familiar to him. He had been on the same train for three days, the sound of train wheels clanging was just white-noise. The outside world, only visible through small cracks in the wooden carriage. He was a Jew, like the other seventy who had been herded carelessly into cattle cars, treated as if they were animals – pests. He went to peer out one of the small cracks, pushing his…

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  • Romeo And Juliet: A Short Story

    It took another day of travel before they arrive at the next frontier of Hell. Juliet can see buildings erupting from the slick oil spill of an ocean, and smog hanging low over the daunting infernal mess. The sky is a soupy grey, smoke billowing over the city’s spires as shrill screams echo within their crumbling walls. It’s kind of horrifying to look at, but Juliet can feel that Romeo is here, so she dredges up all her courage and carries on toward it. After the rough day she’d had, Juliet…

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  • Persuasive Speech On Electronic Cigarettes

    explicit consent and approval from the Food and Drug Administration. I. The Attention Step: A. Attention: I am a product of underage smoking. When I was 13, and living abroad in South America, I picked up my first cigarette. Walking along the old cobblestone road in Posadas, the Parana River to my right, one of the…

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  • Homosexuality: The Stonewall Riots

    Homosexuality was a crime for most of the United States history. As early as the 20th-century people were working discreetly until the Stonewall riots of 1969 for the acceptance of people who are gay in society. The Stonewall Riots were a major turning point for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) community. It was beginning of societal awareness of the persecution and needed rights of the LGBT community. This seminal conflict eventually led to increased social acceptance and legal…

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  • Spanish Language In Cusquenhos

    We young folks in Cusco were very much concerned with poetry as much as Bolano’s visceral realists did in Mexico City but unlike them, Octavio Paz was not our enemy. We loved discussing the labyrinth of solitude but It was the poetry of Cesar Vallejo, Arguedas, Garcilazo that matter to us. It reflected our Andean traits. Cusquenhos are different from coastal Peruvians. We are because of our cultural traits. We are visual, silent, introverts, stoic and very much good listeners and enjoy jokes…

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