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My Experience with Avatar: The Last Airbender and How it’s Influenced Me to This Day (Part 2)

While in my previous article I talked about the world of The Last Airbender and its real-world influences; now I’d

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10 Important Things To Do First In GTA V

10 Important Things To Do First In GTA V   GTA has been a staple in gaming since it was

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Great Expectations Book Review

Charles Dickens’ ‘Great expectations’ was written in 1860, and the book embodies familiar Victorian elements such as Victorian women and values, industrialization, the flaw of the judicial system, Victorian

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Pride and Prejudice and The Victorian Era

Pride and Prejudice was published in 1813, which was the peak of the Romantic movement in Victorian literature. The prime elements

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Women in Literature: Frankenstein

  Frankenstein was composed in 1815 and is considered as the epitome of science fiction in the Victorian era and

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Tangerine: In depth Movie Review Part 2

Baker further reveals the moral decadence inherent in this type of violent universe. In its first part, Tangerine manages to play on the total

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ailenmanfredi
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Tangerine: In depth Movie Review Part 1

Produced by Jay and Mark Duplass, Tangerine by Sean S. Baker arrives in France with its status as a transgender

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Macy
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Writing Tips: The Overuse of Words pt. 1

Overused words in books are my biggest pet peeve as a writer.  There’s nothing worse than a main character “shuttering”

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Macy
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Book Review: “Fighting Ruben Wolfe”

Fighting Ruben Wolfe by Markus Zusak, best-selling author of The Book Thief, is a quick read for a young adult, likely a boy

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Macy
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Poetry Nite: “The Sound of Sunset”

We’ve all seen that painting of the strange looking human with his (her?) hands on her (his?) face.  It’s called

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