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  • Old Black Men
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    Patricia Smith wrote several hundred columns for the Boston Globe from 1994-1998. The columns preset ned here are those the Globe put on line, making them freely available to the public without cost, at the time they nominated Smith for the Pulitzer Prize. Smith's other columns are available for a fee from the Globe's online archive service at web "Playgrounds full of jagged glass" Source: web April 11, 1997 CHICAGO - Deborah. Lakin isha. Marie. Sybil. Sandra Ann. Vanessa. Each time I pray, I gi...
  • Dennis Rader
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    Dennis Rader was born on March 9th, 1945. He grew up in Park City, Kansas just outside of Wichita. His parents were William and Dorothea Rader. Both have passed away. Dennis has 3 brothers, Jeff, Paul and Bill Rader. He regular attended church and was a compliance officer and also installed security systems. Rader was married on May 22nd, 1971 to Paula. They have 2 kids, Brian Rader and Kerri Lynn Rader. Brian is 31 years old and kerri is 28 years old. His daughter Kerri is currently living in F...
  • Crane's Feelings For Elizabeth
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    GRADE 12-CANADIAN LITERATURE BOOK REPORT 1997-98 The book chosen to be read for this assignment is called, "The Honorary Patron". The author of this book is Jack Hodgkins and it consists of three hundred and thirty three pages. The initial setting is in Zurich, with a stopover in Toronto. The main narrative takes place in an unnamed small town in British Colombia near Victoria which is trying to organize a "Pacific Coats Arts Festival as a possible tourist attraction. The organizers have nominat...
  • Crown Of Cultural Appropriateness
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    My parents met in Papua New Guinea while working on a copper mine. Not something that I'm particularly proud of, but if this is the confessions page I'd better start with that. You know the sort - Dad was in heavy construction, built roads and airports and water treatment plants and the family occasionally left the comforts of home to live near his projects in the jungle of Indonesia or Africa and stayed home while he was off to the more dangerous (less family friendly) parts of the world - Saud...
  • Visit To The Old Man
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    James Robertson's short story 'The Claw' is a good example of a tale in which setting is crucial to both character and action. The narrative is set in a nursing home and the entire action of the story takes place during a single visit. A man of 35 visits his aging grandfather-the old man is 98. At first it seems like a casual situation, a conversation between two relatives who are fond of each other but hugely different in every way. However, as the tale unfolds, it becomes clear that the two me...

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