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The Acceptance of Our Greatest Fear

Editor’s Content Warning: This article deals with issues related to suicide.     Author’s Note: For this assignment, I self-identified as a person who deals with depression. Through extensive research, I was able to abstract material from the things I discovered during this process. This formed the basis of this article, and allowed me to
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Gunslingin’ Yella Belly Racist

ll genres of film have clichés. Sometimes, this makes the plot predictable and boring. Other times, it gives the director a chance to be satirical and poke fun at how much some films have in common. It is a directorial accomplishment to utilize or play off of these clichés in a way that makes an
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When Home No Longer Feels Like Home

"Go Set a Watchman" Examines Why Racism Exists

is unmistakably Harper Lee’s voice.To be sure, the providence of Go Set a Watchman is in question, and the work should be considered not as the book Harper Lee would have written and released today, but should instead be thought of as a curious time capsule of the United States in the 1950s. In many ways, Go
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