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Book Review: Love and Resistance by Theresa Wolfwood
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Teachers may choose to inspire, mentor, guide or coach their students in their own unique way. This is how a teacher becomes an artist....
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My last memory of my famous cousin John Masefield dates from the early 1960s, when I visited him at his home, Burcote Brook, on the Thames...
This Site Turns Your Tweets Into Poetry
Poetweet is a remarkable website that looks through your tweets and turns them into strangely beautiful surrealist poetry. Created in...
Testament of Love: the Life and Times of Edward Brittain
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