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Atlantic Narratives By Charles Swain Thomas
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Atlantic Narratives is a Modern Short Stories EDITED WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY Charles Swain Thomas. Head of Department of English, Newton (Mass.) High School Lecturer in the Harvard Summer School.... More > Published by The Atlantic Monthly Press in 1918.< Less
Authentic Narrative By Brian K. Crawford
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In 1796, a young English bricklayer named George Vason sailed to the South Pacific to become a missionary. He settled in the Kingdom of Tonga, but soon abandoned his faith and went native, getting... More > tattooed, marrying a 14-year-old princess, and operating a plantation. After civil war breaks out and some of the missionaries are killed, Vason eventually returns to England, where he wrote this book in 1810 as a warning to other young men proposing to become missionaries.< Less
Authentic Narrative By Brian K. Crawford
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In 1796, a young English bricklayer named George Vason sailed to the South Pacific to become a missionary. He settled in the Kingdom of Tonga, but soon abandoned his faith and went native, getting... More > tattooed, marrying a 14-year-old princess, and operating a plantation. After civil war breaks out and some of the missionaries are killed, Vason eventually returns to England, where he wrote this book in 1810 as a warning to other young men proposing to become missionaries.< Less
Stories Otherwise Untold: Narrative Anthology By BHS Campbell’s 10th Grade Pre-AP English
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Nine weeks. That’s the time in which this project came together. Mrs. Campbell poked, prodded, pestered, and pleaded with us to get it done; and we did. It took nine weeks. Some put their... More > heart and soul into their stories, while others initially struggled to find inspiration. Despite this, Stories Otherwise Untold remains an anthology of lives. Lives who gave much, lives whose worth can be found in the ways they lived. They lived deliberately.< Less
Eighth Grade Project Narratives-English By Kayla Clark
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Hot House By Secret Narrative
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Sixty-something teacher, Sylvia, no longer recognises her reflection, so she takes on a private student to help fund a face-lift. She soon discovers that Simon Conrad isn’t stimulated by... More > English literature, but Sylvia approaches teaching and learning with an irresistible passion sure to ignite interest.< Less
Vanilla Fudge By Secret Narrative
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A contemporary, short romance to make your mouth water and fondue your senses. Eddie and Sandra share their mutual love for all things sweet at Vanilla Fudge, Candy Sandy's traditional Old English... More > Sweet Shop, bursting with sexy, sweet erotica. A May to September story. Warning: This short story contains descriptions of graphic sex and is unsuitable for readers under the age of 18.< Less
Looking Back and Moving Forward: A Narrative Anthology By BHS Campbell’s 10th Grade Pre-AP English
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Looking Back and Moving Forward: A Narrative Anthology is a collection of short, non-fiction narratives written by Mrs. Campbell’s Pre-AP 7th period English class. Throughout this semester,... More > they worked collaboratively as a class to develop a concept in their writing: the idea of living deliberately. The roots of the project took their grasp in the work that they did with the book Into the Wild, a book of narrative journalism about Chris McCandless. He was a very complicated young man who died a very sad death, but definitely tried to live his life to the fullest. That was what the class wanted to explore- who, in their life, did they know that lived deliberately, and how exactly did they do that? Each student picked someone who they could interview and wrote narratives about the experiences discovered. It was a wonderful experience for everyone involved, and the class is happy to share their narratives with the public.< Less
Slave Narratives: Interviews with Former Slaves: Alabama Narratives By Work Projects Administration
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After the Revolutionary War, millions of African descendent men and women remained slaves despite being freed by the English. Nearly 100 years later they were freed, but remained living in fear for... More > their lives in the Southern States. This book details first hand accounts of what it was like to live under the hand of oppression and slavery. The language is harsh and direct, but shows what life truly was like by the stories and pictures of individuals who lived during this era. This book is for any history major or any individual who wants to find Americas dark past. It is filled with stories and language that may be disturbing to some, but shows the true life under slavery in America. This book has been left unedited as originally written in 1938-39.< Less
Slave Narratives: Interview with Former Slaves: Indiana Narratives By Work Projects Administration
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After the Revolutionary War, millions of African descendent men and women remained slaves despite being freed by the English. Nearly 100 years later they were freed, but remained living in fear for... More > their lives in the Southern States. This book details first hand accounts of what it was like to live under the hand of oppression and slavery. The language is harsh and direct, but shows what life truly was like by the stories and pictures of individuals who lived during this era. This book is for any history major or any individual who wants to find Americas dark past. It is filled with stories and language that may be disturbing to some, but shows the true life under slavery in America. This book has been left unedited as originally written in 1938-39.< Less