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Regina Kenney Nov 28
Once you lose yourself, you have two choices: find the person you used to be, or lose that person completely. - H.G. Wells
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Kira Nov 23
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Clarity Mills Nov 21
Dancing is a perpendicular expression of a horizontal desire. - George Bernard Shaw
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Lee Cross Nov 24
Humans, as a rule, don't like mad people unless they are good at painting, and only then once they are dead. Matt Haig
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Deep Mistry Nov 24
The melancholy of a pen these days...
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We Cut Heads: A Spike Lee Podcast Nov 26
My piece on the life and career of literary legend, Flora Nwapa! Check it out on Red, Black, and Green: A Celebration of African History.
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Colin Alexander Nov 22
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Jon Winokur Nov 27
We judge either as teachers, , or enchanters, but it is the enchanter who outlasts time. VLADIMIR NABOKOV
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The Lucy Tries Project Nov 24
With the holidays around the corner it’s great to support small businesses!! carries all my books! πŸ“š
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π·π‘Žπ‘Ÿπ‘˜ π΄π‘π‘Žπ‘‘π‘’π‘šπ‘–π‘Ž Nov 28
They say that the most loving angels make the most cruel demons, and my dear you were so beautiful. Before they dragged you into hell.
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Regina Kenney Nov 23
Looking at these stars suddenly dwarfed my own troubles and all the gravities of terrestrial life. - H.G. Wells, 'The Time Machine'
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Novelicious Nov 24
is the most agreeable way of ignoring . - Fernando Pessoa
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Regina Kenney Nov 22
Any idiot can face a crisis; it's this day-to-day living that wears you out. - Anton Chekhov
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Patrick Kerin 54m
Along came Bronson: pioneering New England educator Bronson Alcott was born on November 29, 1799. And on his thirty-third birthday along came his daughter Louisa May, who was born on November 29, 1832.
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Jansen Fink - she/her Nov 22
When I was 14, I read the Count of Monte Cristo for the first time. I immediately fell in love with the book especially with the quote of β€œWait and hope”. After a literal decade of wanting the tattoo - I finally got it in the original French.
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KIIT School of Mgmt Nov 26
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The Research Office Nov 24
Thought for today - LITERATURE: one could see it as an acronym for "Leads Individuals To Extensive Reading And To Uncover Relatable Evidence".
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Dr. MC Jones Nov 24
Just want to give a shout out to my ENG345 and class. I'm grading your final projects, and I'm so PROUD of you all! Y'all are blowing my mind. Give yourself a pat on the back, studentsπŸ€ŸβœŠπŸ‘
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KIIT School of Mgmt Nov 23
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David Castleton (Author) 9h
'Dost thou think, because thou art virtuous, there shall be no more cakes and ale?'
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