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The Booksie Classic House

In a day it changed, and in those days it was so. Sixteen-year-old Angia is in the living hells of slavery - her freedom taken away by the tyranny of the invading king and his soldiers. Yet, amidst the agony, Angia finds hope – bright, shining and glorious. But at… Read More
Read, learn and comment! Thanks! Okay, fine, something's telling me to make myself useful and inform... Basically, I had no idea what to do, and when that happens, my imagination goes into beserko mode and makes me write THIS, a POV about how Angia (see KOJ, homepage), the Great Queen… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

Ruminations on betrayal. Read More
Cassius persuading Brutus into the conspiracy to assassinate Julius Caesar Read More
Julius Caesar is different from other tragedies such as King Lear or Hamlet in that the tragic hero is not immediately clear, though it does have one. It is a more nuanced and ambiguous work, with each character being both good and bad. And while JC is a political commentary,… Read More
Booksie 2018 Poetry Contest

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