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Tokyo to Tijuana: Gabriele Departing America

By: Steven David Justin Sills

...on ceremonies or reading their mandates became irrelevant. Yang Lin, parting from their movement toward the steps that led toward the Royal Museum, be... ...tely something that was not wanted. It stayed with him on the bus. On a ride from the Nambu Bus Terminal to Chongju, Sang Huin's sleep was spastic lik... ...voice cried out to him like locusts from the branches of trees. There was a hot sticky childish oozing within him. Within dreams his fortitude was li... ...ephone clicked off. Sang Huin felt hurt. He felt a morbid clarity behind how people always left his life. He thought about what he "knew" of this Chin... ...ing only in personal interactions? Was he nothing but the composite of other people's impressions of him? These impressions--these judgments-- could n... ... to compare others with. In Japan women who left their children locked up in hot cars were rarely accused of the crime of manslaughter; and in Korea t... ...tloaves, potatoes, and onion rings; bi bi bop and kimchi chige; that trip to Arkansas at a distant relative's house and how he and his sister had play... ... by the most winding and treacherous roads until they were at last in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. On the third day of Christmas he gave to her the rever... ...day it was Christmas and so they decided to travel around the area of Eureka Springs. They drove up and down the niveous and tortuous hills in and ou...

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A Courageous Battle

By: Susan Bracken

...gotta go, worm?” Tears forming, she tried to push past him as she felt the hot liquid trickle in her pants. She hung her head and forced her way into ... ...” Roger hissed, and she scuttled back to her house, tears falling again on hot, red cheeks. Numb with self-loathing, she took her books up to her bed ... ...concentration. Lacey’s father was a salesman whose territory took him away from home most days of the week. On weekends he went shopping for food and ... ...ornful name-calling. She rejoiced every June when summer offered a respite from the bullying. Lacey spent entire days sprawled on her bed engrossed in... ...ats. They sat in the car and watched kids climbing on the monkey bars, and people lined up to buy ice cream. “Hey,” Lacey said. “I just thought of som... ...oo. I was scared of advertising it for sale because I did not want strange people coming to the house. Now I will not have to worry. Will you take me ... ... went up the Queensland coast by bus to Cairns and then back down to Alice Springs. I bussed and hiked into New South Wales where there are almost no ... ... sitting next to Jana said their names were Margaret and Jean. “We’re from Arkansas. I guess it’s cold in Canada now.” “Yes,” answered Jana, trying to...

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The Writings of Abraham Lincoln in Seven Volumes Volume 2 of 7

By: Abraham Lincoln

...either Baker nor I, however, is the man, but Hardin, so far as I can judge from present appearances. We shall have no split or trouble about the matte... ...ey and property. They live in Boonville, Missouri, and have not been heard from lately enough for 4 The Writings of Abraham Lincoln: V ol Two me to s... ...ood to come of annexation, inasmuch as they were already a free republican people on our own model. On the other hand, I never could very clearly see ... ...nt of Mexico. Third. Whether that spot is or is not within a settlement of people, which settlement has existed ever since long 21 The Writings of Ab... ...d to have it done—concurring, as he did generally, with the gentleman from Arkansas [Mr. Johnson] that the postpone- ment might jeopard the safety of ... ... on this separate proposition, he re- peated that, with the gentlemen from Arkansas, he should prefer it lest they should lose all. But if there was t... ...-State laws in restraint of the internal slave trade. In 1807, in apparent hot haste, they passed the law, nearly a year in advance,—to take effect th... ...en now present the leading statesman of Vir- ginia could make genuine, red-hot abolitionist speeches in old Virginia! and, as I have said, now even in... ...l there is a way,” and what colonization needs most is a hearty will. Will springs from the two elements of moral sense and self-interest. Let us be b...

...ess matter here, you were right in supposing I would support the nominee. Neither Baker nor I, however, is the man, but Hardin, so far as I can judge from present appearances. We shall have no split or trouble about the matter; all will be harmony. In relation to the ?coming events? about which Butler wrote you, I had not heard one word before I got your letter; but I have...

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