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The Magnificent Pearl


"THE PEARL" John Steinbeck Context (Source: http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/pearl/context.html) John Steinbeck was born in Salinas, California, in 1902. He was the third of four children and the only son of John Steinbeck, Sr. and Olive Hamilton Steinbeck. Growing up in a rural valley near the Pacific coast, Steinbeck was an intense reader, and both his father, a …

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Silent Wolves; Howling Moon


  Anger is a powerful emotion that is as primitive and primordial as the Origin of the Species itself. In animals, the expression of anger is instinctual and it is an important means of communication between animals themselves. In Man, the expression of anger is not as instinctual and primitive as it is a learned experience. According …

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Dance of Flaming Fury in the Face of Reprehensible Evil


"We are the World; We are the People" and our lives are based on CHOICES and PRIORITIES. MAKE YOUR CHOICES CAREFULLY......LET ME TELL YOU WHY IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT YOU DO SO. A mistake that is committed once is forgivable because we are all mortals and none of us can claim infallibility. Some mistakes are …

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The Last Farewell


Roger Whittaker – The Last Farewell There's a ship lies rigged and ready in the harbour Tomorrow for old England she sails Far away from your land of endless sunshine To my land full of rainy skies and gales And I shall be aboard that ship tomorrow Though my heart is full of tears at …

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