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Nothing Ventured Nothing Gained

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Sarah Roberts 10/25/13 Nothing Ventured Nothing Gained In reading, “Lines written a few miles above Tintern Abbey,” by Wordsworth, I can’t help but think of Keats and Coleridge.  Both writers wrote about a… Continue reading

Hindsight’s Clarity

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Daniel Defoe’s, Robinson Crusoe, is a book that exemplifies the art of recollection. For a man to spend 20 odd years alone and shipwrecked on a thought-to-be uninhabited island, and be able to… Continue reading

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