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childhood’s end

I learned today that Arthur C. Clarke has passed away. The only book I’ve read by him was Childhood’s End, in one of my worst undergraduate literature courses: Science Fiction. I went into this class excited and eager to read … Continue reading

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rhetorical memory number 1

eighth grade lesson: we are always communicating I remember my eighth grade language arts classroom, where Mr. Keller, a tall, gangly man, spent quite a bit of time on less “written” communication and more time on other types of communication … Continue reading

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