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Oscar Wilde is easily one of the most recognizable names in literature, just as he would have wanted. While his work was met ..read more
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Over the course of history, the economy — and all the surmising and projecting and studying it requires — has given rise ..read more
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Published in 2000, Comrades: Brothers, Father, Heroes, Sons, Pals exhibits an application of Stephen Ambrose’s historical ..read more
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Opera seldom finds a place in modern society. Often placed firmly in the not-for-general-consumption category, it seldom finds ..read more
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Harold Pinter was one of Britain's most accomplished and influential dramatists of the twentieth century. The Nobel laureate ..read more
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Our Top Books by State Series continues today with a closer look at some of the best books set in the state of Florida. The ..read more
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Born October 4, 1941, Anne Rice shows no signs of slowing down. Perhaps best known for The Vampire Chronicles series, Rice ..read more
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American novelist Gore Vidal is widely known for his witty, irreverent writing. His Narratives of Empire series contains seven ..read more
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With photo sharing becoming more common through apps like Instagram, the new ease of accessibility allows for the appreciation ..read more
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“To be true to ourselves, we must be true to others.” ~Jimmy Carter, Inaugural Address, January 20, 1977 Today, we ..read more

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