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Fiction

1996

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Computer Literature, Robert Define Jan 1996

Computer Literature, Robert Define

The Messenger

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The Messenger, 1996 Jan 1996

The Messenger, 1996

The Messenger

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Enough Coffee Talk, Christopher Himes Jan 1996

Enough Coffee Talk, Christopher Himes

The Messenger

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Untitled, Rory Burnham Jan 1996

Untitled, Rory Burnham

The Messenger

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The Song Of Sedona, Thomas Reale Jan 1996

The Song Of Sedona, Thomas Reale

The Messenger

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Untitled, Rory Burnham Jan 1996

Untitled, Rory Burnham

The Messenger

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Eddie Things, Anthony Ames Jan 1996

Eddie Things, Anthony Ames

Sketch

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Bedlam, Eddie Mcnally Jan 1996

Bedlam, Eddie Mcnally

Sketch

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Bedtime Stories, Siu-Kwan Mok Jan 1996

Bedtime Stories, Siu-Kwan Mok

Sketch

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Trumpet Love, Stacy Thieszen Jan 1996

Trumpet Love, Stacy Thieszen

Sketch

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Words, Jason Ellingson Jan 1996

Words, Jason Ellingson

Sketch

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Human Sacrifice, Rhoda Preston Jan 1996

Human Sacrifice, Rhoda Preston

Sketch

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The Tree, R. Jeff Stratton Jan 1996

The Tree, R. Jeff Stratton

Cedarville Review

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My Grandma, Sarah Dye Jan 1996

My Grandma, Sarah Dye

Cedarville Review

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In Pursuit Of A Path: A Collection Of Short Stories About Women, Stacey M. Lafeber Jan 1996

In Pursuit Of A Path: A Collection Of Short Stories About Women, Stacey M. Lafeber

Masters Theses

This collection of short fiction, narration and empathetic characters, through third-person tells the stories of five different women struggling to be themselves, essentially telling the struggle of women and humans everywhere.

These women, who are in the minority--a lesbian, a single career woman, a black woman, an elderly woman and a young college woman--especially represent the wonders and beauties and complexities and difficulties of being a woman. Their obstacles though are society, homophobia, gender, race and age.

However, despite their obstacles and their opponents--themselves, family, friends, co-workers, employers—somehow they reach within themselves and find new strength to emerge from ...