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Brave New World – Thug Notes Summary and Analysis
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Brave New World – Thug Notes Summary and Analysis

What it do yo? This here your boy Doc Sweets and today we gettin savage with Brave New World by Aldous Huxley. It’s the year 632 AF and most o’ civilization is part of one hood called the World State

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Why should you read “The God of Small Things” by Arundhati Roy? – Laura Wright
Friday Reads: Another round of #nonfictionnovember & #indigathon
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Friday Reads: Another round of #nonfictionnovember & #indigathon

Hi there! I’m Jen. This is Remembered Reads. And this is going to be my Friday reading slash wrap-up for this week. Since it is still Nonfiction November, the majority of this will be nonfiction. So I’ve been continuing my

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Read North Dakota Presents; An Evening With James McPherson (2008)
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Read North Dakota Presents; An Evening With James McPherson (2008)

(male narrator) Award-winning author and historian Dr. James McPherson was born in Valley City, North Dakota, in October of 1936. His ancestors were homesteaders and had a farm in Page, North Dakota. Both of his parents attended Jamestown College. He

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ELIF SHAFAK | TURKEY AND THE LOSS OF DEMOCRACY | 2017
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ELIF SHAFAK | TURKEY AND THE LOSS OF DEMOCRACY | 2017

I come from a land where words feel very heavy. I think every Turkish writer, journalist, novelist, poet, or academic knows that words can get one into trouble. We do know that because of a poem, a novel, a short

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The Left Ruins Everything
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The Left Ruins Everything

If what I am about to tell you is true, almost everything we most treasure – freedom, beauty, reason, the family, economic well-being, and even goodness – is in jeopardy. Who or what poses this threat? The answer is the

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Why should you read Tolstoy’s “War and Peace”? – Brendan Pelsue
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Why should you read Tolstoy’s “War and Peace”? – Brendan Pelsue

“War and Peace,” a tome, a slog, the sort of book you shouldn’t read in bed because if you fall asleep, it could give you a concussion, right? Only partly. “War and Peace” is a long book, sure, but it’s

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Horror and Social Justice - Literature Lecture on a Budget
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Horror and Social Justice – Literature Lecture on a Budget

welcome to literature lecture on a budget where I talk about whatever I want today I want to dig into the McCobb the horrifying as I explore the concept of horror and how social justice greatly benefits of genre some

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