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This is a tale that occurred in a space that exists outside of Time’s realm.

A tale of no Time

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Once upon a time, the time stopped for a moment. This is a tale that occurred in a space that exists outside of Time’s realm.
Bill Kateris
2 years ago ·  N/A
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What does Beyonce and a duck have in common?

Detective Beyonce

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As she was sleeping, she felt a chocking sense and woke up suddenly. Cold sweat was running over her as her mother, Mrs. Clark came from their adjoining room to calm her down. She picked a paper from the floor: the photo with the bones of her beloved duck. As her eyes met the photo she was overwhelmed and extremely terrified.
Maria T.
2 years ago ·  N/A
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Jane Eyre is a young orphan being raised by Mrs. Reed, her cruel, wealthy aunt

Jane Eyre

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The novel is a first-person narrative from the perspective of the title character. The novel's setting is somewhere in the north of England, during the reign of George III (1760–1820), and goes through five distinct stages: Jane's childhood at Gateshead Hall, where she is emotionally and physically abused by her aunt and cousins; her education at Lowood School, where she acquires friends and role models but suffers privations and oppression; her time as governess at Thornfield Hall, where she falls in love with her Byronic employer, Edward Rochester; her time with the Rivers family, during which her earnest but cold clergyman cousin, St. John Rivers, proposes to her; and her reunion with, and marriage to, her beloved Rochester. During these sections the novel provides perspectives on a number of important social issues and ideas, many of which are critical of the status quo. Literary critic Jerome Beaty opines that the close first person perspective leaves the reader "too uncritically accepting of her worldview", and often leads reading and conversation about the novel towards supporting Jane, regardless of how irregular her ideas or perspectives are.
Charlotte Brontë
3 years ago ·  N/A
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A man that wants to change things ,thinks about society.

Inside the crowd

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The story of a man taking part in a protest. His desire to make a change for the better , proves to be fruiless.
Martha Komninou
2 years ago ·  N/A
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How much are you willing to sacrifice to make your dreams come true?

The Ritual

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A story about loss, greatness and wishes that come true with the most dire circumstances. A journey seen through the eyes of a leader of a magical group who has to fuel his quest's fire with increasingly larger parts of himself. How much are you willing to sacrifice to make your dreams come true?
Alexander BlackRider
2 years ago ·  N/A
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Decisions, chances & regrets are the footsteps we leave on "The Road" of life

The Road We Are On

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When life takes away your most precious treasure, where do you find the strength to fight back? Regrets and chances intertwine as our heroine tries to forget the happiness of a life long gone... Will love be enough to erase the past and mend a broken heart...
Athena Kapsokavadi
2 years ago ·  N/A
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Mary Lennox, a foul-tempered little girl who loves no one and whom no one loves

The secret garden

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The Secret Garden opens by introducing us to Mary Lennox, a sickly, foul-tempered, unsightly little girl who loves no one and whom no one loves. At the outset of the story, she is living in India with her parents—a dashing army captain and his frivolous, beautiful wife—but is rarely permitted to see them. They have placed her under the constant care of a number of native servants, as they find her too hideous and tiresome to look after. Mary's circumstances are cast into complete upheaval when an outbreak of cholera devastates the Lennox household, leaving no one alive but herself.
Frances Hodgson Burnett
3 years ago ·  N/A
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"I feel so alone. So many people around me but all of them stare at their phone"

Happiness is a matter of technology

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"I feel so alone. So many people around me but all of them stare at their phone." That is one of the thoughts of an old man who struggles to cope with the evolution of technology.
Alexandra Anousaki
2 years ago ·  N/A
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Seventeen-year-old Catherine is one of ten children of a country clergyman

Northanger Abbey

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Seventeen-year-old Catherine Morland is one of ten children of a country clergyman. Although a tomboy in her childhood, by the age of 17 she is "in training for a heroine" and is excessively fond of reading Gothic novels, among which Ann Radcliffe's Mysteries of Udolpho is a favourite. Catherine is invited by the Allens, her wealthier neighbours in Fullerton, to accompany them to visit the town of Bath and partake in the winter season of balls, theatre and other social delights. Although initially the excitement of Bath is dampened by her lack of acquaintances, she is soon introduced to a clever young gentleman, Henry Tilney, with whom she dances and converses. Much to Catherine's disappointment, Henry does not reappear in the subsequent week and, not knowing whether or not he has left Bath for good, she wonders if she will ever see him again. Through Mrs Allen's old school-friend Mrs Thorpe, she meets her daughter Isabella, a vivacious and flirtatious young woman, and the two quickly become friends. Mrs Thorpe's son John is also a friend of Catherine's older brother, James, at Oxford where they are both students.
Jane Austen
3 years ago ·  N/A
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