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The Passenger

“Number forty-three will be with you in three minutes, sir” was mumbled through the phone by a woman who was quite obviously putting on a fake voice. This utterly disgusted me. How could a person be so blind to the never-ending possibilities of life that they find themselves working a job they do not like, …

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The fragility of democracy in Lord of the Flies

Up until the 1950s, the mold for the Island adventure genre had already been set. With classics such as Treasure Island by Robert Stevenson and Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe, promising a fun, lighthearted, and thrilling reading experience, many novels of the same genre followed in their footsteps. However, a novel that stands out from …

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