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Maricruz Minter

Joined 5 years ago from Los Angeles Last activity 5 weeks ago

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    Frankenstein - Alternate Ending

    5 weeks ago

    This is a fun little retelling of the scary bringing-the-monster-to-life scene in Mary Shelley’s masterpeice. I humbly use her work to elicit a few laughs this Halloween. Happy Reading-

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    How Different Cultures Celebrate Halloween

    5 weeks ago

    Spooks, haunts, and frights, Oh My! Where do all these superstitions come from and how do they relate? This article is a look at different cultures and the same overarching beliefs.

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    Being King Richard III

    5 weeks ago

    The most compelling account of King Richard III is William Shakespeare’s famous play. This is a psychological look at Richard by piecing together chronological events in the play with historical factors.

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    Coming Home: A Story

    6 months ago

    A small vignette about the nature of legacy, memory, and coming home.

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    10 Phrases That Make No Sense

    7 months ago

    Some sayings can be understood simply by hearing their phrasing, with or without context. Others have outgrown the obviousness of their humble beginnings. Still others have outdated cultural or geographical relevance. In any event, here are ten phrases that no longer make any sense.

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    Dr. Jekyll's Humanism

    7 months ago

    The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is a uniquely psychological book, and one too that can fit several different psychological models. Maslow's Humanism however is not usually considered when analyzing the time tested tale. Let's try it on for size.

  • 5 Habits for Surviving Home Sweet Home

    5 Habits for Surviving Home Sweet Home

    2 years ago

    Stay-At-Home living is one scenario we never pictured when considering ways in which to help our country. Here's five ways to brush up our skills for this task.

  • Sunglasses: Convenience Or Comfort?

    Sunglasses: Convenience Or Comfort?

    15 months ago

    The popularity of protective eye wear is undeniable. Is this really only due to the sun’s rays, the allure of a good fad, or something more. A look into one of today’s most common conveniences.


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