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The Cellar By Michael J. Trabakino
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It’s raining, there’s nothing remotely interesting on TV and there aren’t anymore comic books to read. For Bobby White this a cruel and unusual punishment no child should bare. To... More > make matters worse, his mom wants him to go to the cellar of all places. Doesn’t she know it isn’t safe. Who knows what can be lurking down there. . .< Less
The Cellar By Katia Spade
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Jackie had been sent to the cellar. It had been converted to a place where she was to contemplate her actions, and learn more than one lesson in submission. (Spanking Erotica Short Story)
Cellar Door By Alicia Ledbetter-Lindsay
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“The claim that cellar door is beautiful to the ear — in opposition to its prosaic meaning — has been made by and attributed to a wide variety of writers over the years.... More > “Poetry, in fact, is two quite distinct things,” H. L. Mencken wrote in a 1920 magazine column. “It may be either or both. One is a series of words that are intrinsically musical, in clang-tint and rhythm, as the single word cellar-door is musical. The other is a series of ideas, false in themselves, that offer a means of emotional and imaginative escape from the harsh realities of everyday.”… More recently, the superior sound of cellar door was mentioned in the 2001 movie “Donnie Darko,” in which a cellar serves as a time-twisting portal. In one scene, the main character, Donnie, sees the phrase on a schoolroom chalkboard. He asks his teacher why it’s on the board, and she explains that the words are thought to be especially lovely, vaguely attributing the idea to a “famous linguist.” ” – the New York Times< Less
Cellar Door By Alicia Ledbetter-Lindsay
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“The claim that cellar door is beautiful to the ear — in opposition to its prosaic meaning — has been made by and attributed to a wide variety of writers over the years.... More > “Poetry, in fact, is two quite distinct things,” H. L. Mencken wrote in a 1920 magazine column. “It may be either or both. One is a series of words that are intrinsically musical, in clang-tint and rhythm, as the single word cellar-door is musical. The other is a series of ideas, false in themselves, that offer a means of emotional and imaginative escape from the harsh realities of everyday.”… More recently, the superior sound of cellar door was mentioned in the 2001 movie “Donnie Darko,” in which a cellar serves as a time-twisting portal. In one scene, the main character, Donnie, sees the phrase on a schoolroom chalkboard. He asks his teacher why it’s on the board, and she explains that the words are thought to be especially lovely, vaguely attributing the idea to a “famous linguist.” ” – the New York Times< Less
Sailboat in a Cellar By Tim Steffen
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Nine-year old Bubby has just found out his mother’s cancer has returned with a vengeance. His best friend, Brandi, is moving to California. On top of all of this, Bubby’s father decides... More > to quit his job and build a boat in the basement. Everyone, except Bubby, sees this as a sure sign of insanity. A story for middle grade readers (ages 8-12) and adults alike, Sailboat in a Cellar is a coming-of-age tale told through the eyes of Bubby who, during a summer of great uncertainty, learns more about himself, reconciles with issues of life and death, and discovers the answer to the great mystery of how his dad will get the sailboat out of the cellar.< Less
The Trouble With Cellars By Daniel Ståhl
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Ruth Roy, a Wisconsinite in her late sixties, seeks to put the tragedies of her small town past behind her by acquiring a small property and founding a business along with a new life in the Old World... More > before age and decrepitude overtake her. Her new beginning takes a sinister turn, however, when horrific nightmares begin to haunt her and a prophecy - discovered within a tale within an antique journal - has her doubting not only her chances at a new life, but her neighbors and her very sanity. She finds herself searching desperately for a way out of the horrors that threaten to ensnare her; horrors which all began with that tiny little house she acquired, and the mysterious cellar on top of which it was built.< Less
The Trouble with Cellars By Daniel Ståhl
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Ruth Roy, a Wisconsinite in her late sixties, seeks to put the tragedies of her small town past behind her by acquiring a small property and founding a business along with a new life in the Old World... More > before age and decrepitude overtake her. Her new beginning takes a sinister turn, however, when horrific nightmares begin to haunt her and a prophecy - discovered within a tale within an antique journal - has her doubting not only her chances at a new life, but her neighbors and her very sanity. She finds herself searching desperately for a way out of the horrors that threaten to ensnare her; horrors which all began with that tiny little house she acquired, and the mysterious cellar on top of which it was built.< Less
Cellar in the Attic By Ida Rödén
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In 1969 Robert Smithson took a trip down to Mexico to experience its ancient architecture. In a lecture three years later he presented his experience to the faculty of the University of Utah. While... More > showing slides of architecture partly in ruin, he talked about the Hotel Palenque. Through his presentation he turns the hotel into a contemporary ruin where empirical truths and permanent histories are lost. “Cellar in the Attic” shows a series of photographs documenting interior doors, windows, and staircases. Displayed in the palm of a man there is the possibility of reading the sequential images as an implied narrative. The written story, highly influenced by Robert Smithson’s writing, introduces yet another possible read to the project. “The state that the whole hotel was left in evokes a certain sense of time. It is progressing and backtracking with equal force and slowness. Through numerous excursions I have been able to trace this phenomenon. My conclusion being that it pervades the entire structure.“< Less
Stump's in the Cellar By Jeff Smallman
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Moving to a new home is always a challenge, but some moves are more "interesting" than others. 7-year-old Colin Whilliker finds himself in the middle of a fun-filled dilemma when his... More > family's new home isn't all that it seems. Ideal for children ages 8 - 10. 11 chapters 100 pages< Less
Stump's in the Cellar By Jeff Smallman
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Moving to a new home is always a challenge, but some moves are more "interesting" than others. 7-year-old Colin Whilliker finds himself in the middle of a fun-filled dilemma when his... More > family's new home isn't all that it seems. Ideal for children ages 8 - 10. 11 chapters 100 pages< Less