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The Migration of Ghosts

Author:Pauline MelvillePublisher:Bloomsbury Publishing Pauline Melville is hard to pin down. In an era when so many writers are confined to a single voice or easy ideological stance, she-using…

Maxine Hong Kingston

Maxine Hong Kingston writerBorn: October 27, 1940 Birthplace: Stockton, Califonia The eldest of six children, Kingston is recognized for her epic novels that detail the experiences of first-g…

Maxine Hong Kingston

Maxine Hong Kingston writerBorn: October 27, 1940 Birthplace: Stockton, Califonia The eldest of six children, Kingston is recognized for her epic novels that detail the experiences of first-g…

Among the Maids

Among the MaidsAlthough this story is about Jo's boys, her girls cannot be neglected, because they held a high place in this little republic, and especial care was taken to fit them to play th…

Classical Mythology: Road Warrior

Road WarriorClassical MythologyLucky in War, Unlucky in Love: TheseusRoad WarriorA Lot of BullKing Theseus Wants a WifeMidlife Crisis: The Abduction of Helen The dangers on the road from Troe…

Novel Experiences among the Indians

Chapter 3 Chapter 5 Novel Experiences among the Indians About this time (the nineteenth and twentieth of August), the explorers lost by death the only member of their party who d…

Ghost

To give up the ghost. To die. The idea is that life is independent of the body, and is due to the habitation of the ghost or spirit in the material body. At death the ghost or spirit leaves…

Winter among the Mandans

Chapter 5 Chapter 7 Winter among the Mandans Before finally selecting the spot on which to build their winter quarters, Lewis and Clark held councils with the chiefs of the tribe…

Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai

Director/Writer:Jim JarmuschArtisian Entertainment; R; 116 minutesRelease:3/00Cast:Forest Whitaker, John Tormey, Isaach de Bankole It takes a post-modern cowboy like Jim Jarmusch to pull off a…

Discourse On Woman

by LucretiaMott There is nothing of greater importance to the well-being of society at large - of man as well as woman - than the true and proper position of woman. Much has been said, fr…