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My final thoughts concerning the Confederate Flag, the use of symbolism as a powerful tool to convey ideas. A distinction between slavery and racism. Whether we should idolize the Confederate Flag as cultures have idolized objects before, and the dangers of doing so. Our belief system and...
A brief analysis of the Confederate flag, its symbolism and if its appropriate to display today as a symbol of American pride?
the best philosophy of any business is to fill-in the gaps and to hire a scapegoat
By Emmanule Mwape M
The article brings out the agony disappointment brings in relationships. It shows how people experience it in different ways , how some collapse inside and the way out of these debilitating deluge of emotions that accompany disappointment. It gives the reader power to guard and overcome it in...
A foreign mother is being forced by her Kuwaiti son to go propose to his secret girlfriends mother. Confused and desperate, the mother hasn't a clue about the Arabic cultural norms when it comes to marriage...
By Max Edwards 13
In an alternative 1963, the smaller states across the Iron Curtain are suddenly and unexpectedly called to battle as the western powers engage in a brutal war against the USSR.
Colonel Leskinen emerges as the sole survivor of a conflict in north-eastern Finland, and by some miracle, finds his...
A night, while everyone is happy, merrily playing and cavorting with every being, a lady stand in the streets, slits her wrist with a blade and watches as the horseman leads her to her eternal fate. Safe away from this distress the world has caused her.
It's about a girl who saves four of King Louis X111 personal guards. Also including Cardinal Richelieu and Queen Anne of Austria. Set in the 17th Century.
In the XXI century, â€œGodâ€ remains an unknown value to humans. Although â€œGodâ€ is the fundamental value in this world, as he is the Creator of all. A modern human cannot accept the idea of the existence of â€œGodâ€ due to lack of evidence that â€œGodâ€...
By Devlin Brown
This is Philip Longmonâ€™s attempt to tell the tale of Jaqua Du Man. Heâ€™s prize was the silver screen. It goes some way to portray mankind in a positive light. But: it no way excuses this kind of soul. Nevertheless: as in the plot of Kung Fu; a just-off-the-boat African attempts...
Jack the ripper strikes again.
Jack Holmes was fifteen when he became Lucifer's slave to hunting he's rogue demons. He was told once he turns twenty, he is free from the work. Until then, Jack must hunt the demons that roam London, all whilst saving people in the hospital he works in with he's...
By Gareth Brown
How to con a celebrity out of a Porsche, Studio flat and 100k.
By Eyolf Einarson
The life story of a 9th century raider from Denmark, written for a Year 8 SOSE Assignment.
When Eyolf's parents die, he is sent to live with his hated Uncle. With His best friend Illugi by his side and as much determination as any child has had before or since, he goes on to forge his name in...
A chronicle of the true events that led up to the world's greatest party of all time, thrown by one Mr. Gajhbi.
A mammoth fortress sitting atop a strategic mountain is supposedly the key to winning a war of attrition between the UK and France 2035. For common infantry soldier Nick Ramayious this task seems like an unnecessary waste of men, but does he know what truly lies in the heart of the mountain?