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NonFiction – Year V – Number 41 – October 2020

    I DREAMT I COULD NOT FIND MY CAR by James Hanna

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    I Dreamt I Could Not Find My Car by James Hanna             Mary and I sit on the back porch of our Florida...

    WHAT IT TAKES TO BE FREE by Terry Tierney

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    What It Takes to Be Free: Review of The White Field by Douglas Cole In the first magnetic lines of The White Field by Douglas Cole,...

    WRITE ME HOME by Linda C. Wisniewski

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    Write Me Home The young woman’s face on my laptop screen smiled encouragement. Look at the sky if you’re near a window, she said, or remember the sky if...

    RE-READING THE LADY CHATTERLEY TRIALS IN NEW YORK AND LONDON AFTER 60 YEARS ...

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    RE-READING THE LADY CHATTERLEY TRIALS AFTER 60 YEARS The three versions of Lady Chatterley’s Lover that DH Lawrence wrote in the late 1920s are each progressively more anally erotic....

    I AM NOT YOUR INDIAN by Swathi Desai

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    I was born in a country far, far away from where I’ve lived most of my life. Some may think I’m not Indian enough because I don’t know where the best Indian...

    THE LOST SOLES OF D.C. by Terry Connell

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    It was an early June morning, the sun was still working its way into the eastern sky, and there I was, heading up Quincy Street, on the final stretch of my morning...

    AMAZONS UP IN ARMS by Christine Hand

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    I was new to this land, in a culture that was totally alien to me; East and West are most certainly poles apart as I have learnt through personal experience. I had...

    ALPHABESTIARY by Omer Wissman

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    Alphabestiary Omer Wissman A is almost the emblem of anarchy, but its structure, like language itself, is fairly hierarchical, with narrow one percent nadir and top...