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Jean’s Case

 *This was written from Paul’s father’s (Jean) perspective in the short story, “Paul’s Case” written by Willa Cather (1905). The original text can be found here.               Jean Cather hurriedly refreshed his bags with clean clothes after returning from … Continue reading

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The Green Movement

About twenty years ago, the world was involved in a nuclear threat–everyone had their warheads pointed at each other, even the countries that didn’t have them. Some just pointed their “weapons” in the direction of the closest land mass, piled … Continue reading

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Tides of Winter

The Meadow was vast and deep. Hills crested into valleys; and everything that was there belonged and was connected and intertwined: the animals, the trees, the flowers–all living through The Meadow, calling out with a collective sigh, all aware of … Continue reading

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The Lady in Red

When performing CPR, it is the job of the resuscitator to administer thirty compressions and two breaths to the victim until they are revived or the responder passes out on top of the victim due to physical exhaustion. In many … Continue reading

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