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By N V
A short story on a simple view from a Loyalist's view during the battle of saratoga
By John R Stuart
An alternative version of the American Civil War!
For three bloody days in July 1863 two great American Armies pounded each other to pieces in Gettysburg. This novel follows the exploits of the military elite of both the Confederate and Federal high command and chronicles the hell on earth that...
Takes place in the XVII century, mainly during the French and Indian War.
Might (and does) contain violence, explicit scenes, profanity, and homosexuality.
Reader discretion is advised.
This is a pure work of FICTION, if I get my facts wrong then I'm sorry, I'm no historian.
Fragment Terram â€“ An heroicos valebat in errorem, ista serie psychologicum brevis tabulatorum, explorat tenuiores sensum vanitas significationes praetermisse ipsum intelligere.
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Tristis inter se multum excellere in quo tot...
By Khalid Al Hariri
This is a review of "How to Make an American Quilt." A 1995 American movie.
Article | Updated Dec 7, 2012 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This is about why I think traditional schooling is better than getting an education online.
rose a younge girl whose father servers in the war,learns the true meaning of [till they all come home] as a younge girl. its not intill her brother dies, that she exsperiances it for its true meaning to all the people that have lost a loved one [family, friend, boyfriend, husband] in the on...
Following the untimely death of his father and a move to an unfamiliar city, fourteen-year-old Colin Madix takes a morning swim in the Great Lake near his hometown of Greevesport. Colin gets turned around at sea. His strength fails him, and suddenly, Colin is drowning. He awakens later,...
Catriona. The Irish form of Catherine. Meaning pure and clean in Greek. But this is anything but what 15 year old Catriona is. For one, she isn't Irish, she's American. Also, she isn't pure at all. She's does everything you wouldn't want her to do. Peircings almost everywhere on her face, hair...
By Bill Rayburn
"It took the comely little American girl only two minutes to convince the English-speaking Greek gypsy woman to let her help solicit change from the cafÃ© patrons of Paris. If only the United Nations could cross such boundaries as easily."
Short Story | Updated Nov 15, 2012 | Reads: 16 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Peter Maughan
The chapter in The Cuckoos of Batch Magna in which the houseboats on Batch Magna's river the Cluny, receive their notices to quit from the new squire Humph - or Sir Humphrey, 9th baronet, as he now is - an erstwhile short-order cook from the Bronx. Phineas Cook, off the houseboat the Cluny...
Justice Edwin Cameron
Constitutional Court Judge and Author of Witness to AIDS
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â€œâ€˜kaffertjie,â€™ by Johan Engelbrecht is a provocatively titled novelization of a most remarkable true story. The writer's childless aunt...
By Kyle Stead
Tom had nothing but his bar, the Juke. Could a second chance set things right and let him live
My teacher assigned a last minute project for me - She wants me to write a paragraph about how I feel when I look at the American flag for a Veteran's Day assembly. This is what I came up with, so I thought I'd put it on here.
By Dedrick Hilton
I did what they told me to do and it didn't pay off!
Poetry | Updated Oct 21, 2012 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0