Monthly Archives: January 1996

The Mirror of My Life

Syed Bilgrami #316 MEA 1996.001 I am a formidable foe to my unbearable circumstances, which dare to challange me, but I, in turn, crush them ruthlessly, with my full inner force. The more they challange and try to overpower me, … Continue reading

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Words on Wood

Rhene Kagan #315 POE 1996.001 Words on Wood is a collection of poems written by me from 1972 to 1985. There is no real common theme, although most of the poems reflect my feelings of love, pain, happiness, sadness, discontent … Continue reading

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Three Children’s Stories

Fred Hill #314 FAM 1996.001 In Three Children’s Stories, “Tommy Gets A Tyranosaur” is a moral tale. The hostility between Tommy and his parents is mediated by a mischievous pet tyranosaur. “Umbrella Picnic” is about a family enjoying a picnic … Continue reading

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A View on the Street

Fred Hill #313 HUM 1996.001 A View on the Street is verse-like commentary on life, death, ghosts, bugs, typewriters and microcomputers.

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A Century Past

Jeffrey Barron #312 SOC 1996.002 The stories in A Century Past were written because the stories needed to be told. They were not written for profit nor for some economic necessity. If you enjoy reading Ernest Hemingway, James Joyce, and … Continue reading

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Communication Relation

Bent Stidsen #311 SOC 1996.001 The aim of Communication Relations is no less than a mapping of the territory for which the term “communication” may serve as a title. Our key contention is that communication is a life function. And … Continue reading

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