Category: Literature

The Unnamable

The Unnamable
By; Howard Phillips
Lovecraft 1923 – – first published in The Vagrant not dated.
We
were sitting on a dilapidated seventeenth – century tomb in the late afternoon
of an autumn day at the old burying ground in Arkham, and speculating about the
unnamable. Looking toward the giant willow

Martin Luther King, Jr. “I Have a Dream”

Martin Luther King, Jr.
“I Have a
Dream”
I am happy to join with
you today in what will go down in history as the greatest demonstration for
freedom in the history of our nation.
Five score years ago, a great American, in whose symbolic shadow
we stand today, signed the Emancipation Proc 727w221h l

WRITING ESSAYS Your First Paragraph Development

WRITING
ESSAYS
Writing essays, term papers, lab reports, is
a process.
1. Establish,
narrow, and define your topic.
2. State
your thesis or theme in a sentence or two (at most).
3. Define
and keep your audience in mind as you write.
a.     Is
it your instructor who grades the assi

THE CONTROL TOWER

THE CONTROL TOWER
 
 
 
The control of air traffic on, or in the vicinity of an aerodrome, is
provided by the control tower. In most cases the tower is located on top of the terminal building and, is restricted (1) to authorized personnel only. The
aerodrome controller, who is located in the
‘to

JK Rowling has hidden a lot of clues in OotP

JK Rowling has hidden a lot of clues in OotP that tell
us who is going to die before they actually die! However, it takes a cunning
eye to spot them…
On page 60 of the American edition of OotP just as they enter 12 Grimmauld Place,
it says “The other’s hushed voices were giving Harry an odd feeli

Bleeding Me (Hetfield, Ulrich, Hammett)

Bleeding Me
(Hetfield, Ulrich, Hammett)
I’m diggin’ my way
I’m diggin’ my way to
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I’m diggin’ my way to
somethin’ 16516w222q better
I’m pushin’ my stay
I’m pushin’ my stay to
somethin’
I’m pushin’ my stay to
something better
I’m sowin’ the seeds
I’m sowin’ the seeds
I’ve taken

LEROI JONES – City of Harlem

LEROI
JONES
(Amiri
Baraka)
Born in 1934 in Newark, New
Jersey, Leroi Jones (Amiri Baraka),
is a talented poet and playwright, essayist, and unique Black militant. His
position in America
has always been paradoxical and he has been called a “poet of politics”,
accused often of being a black racist,