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The Angle

1996

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Preliminary Pages, No Author Jan 1996

Preliminary Pages, No Author

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Awakening, Maryann Digravio Jan 1996

Awakening, Maryann Digravio

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From Golden Morning To Deep Blue Night, Ginny Pellam Jan 1996

From Golden Morning To Deep Blue Night, Ginny Pellam

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Potential, Paul Eckert Jan 1996

Potential, Paul Eckert

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Dreamer, Ken Strickland Jan 1996

Dreamer, Ken Strickland

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Summer Days, Melissa Paris Jan 1996

Summer Days, Melissa Paris

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Your Night, My Despair, Betsy Lewis Jan 1996

Your Night, My Despair, Betsy Lewis

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Dreams, Daniela Scarpa Jan 1996

Dreams, Daniela Scarpa

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Full Issue, No Author Jan 1996

Full Issue, No Author

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Preliminary Pages, No Author Jan 1996

Preliminary Pages, No Author

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Beacon Of ?, Kevin J. White Jan 1996

Beacon Of ?, Kevin J. White

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Ode To Serta, Michael G. M. Cornelius Jan 1996

Ode To Serta, Michael G. M. Cornelius

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Untitled, Kevin J. White Jan 1996

Untitled, Kevin J. White

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Razed, Kevin K. Allen Jan 1996

Razed, Kevin K. Allen

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Oneself - Twoselves, Heather Ruffalo Jan 1996

Oneself - Twoselves, Heather Ruffalo

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The Tennis Trilogy, Michael G. M. Cornelius Jan 1996

The Tennis Trilogy, Michael G. M. Cornelius

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Men: Are They Really The Superior Race?, Sarah Blake Jan 1996

Men: Are They Really The Superior Race?, Sarah Blake

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"Why is it that the male species, with its tough, macho image, is so easily embarrassed by the topic of tampons?"


Choose Your Weapon, Alycia Gregory Jan 1996

Choose Your Weapon, Alycia Gregory

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An Afternoon With Daddy, Jodi Crocker Jan 1996

An Afternoon With Daddy, Jodi Crocker

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In lieu of an abstract, below is the essay's first paragraph.

"LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA

Hi, daddy, whatcha doin' home?

I came to be with you, sweetheart."


Wasted Time, Sarah Blake Jan 1996

Wasted Time, Sarah Blake

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You Say There's A Heaven, Jodi Crocker Jan 1996

You Say There's A Heaven, Jodi Crocker

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Full Issue, No Author Jan 1996

Full Issue, No Author

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Reluctant Brother, Emilio Lopez Jan 1996

Reluctant Brother, Emilio Lopez

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In lieu of an abstract, below is the essay's first paragraph.

"'Straight up the road,' moaned the old Haitian from the porch of his tree-covered house."


Will They?, Katie Mcnamara Jan 1996

Will They?, Katie Mcnamara

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All Things Pretty, Betsy Lewis Jan 1996

All Things Pretty, Betsy Lewis

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Untitled, Monica J. Bradbury Jan 1996

Untitled, Monica J. Bradbury

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Lazy, Crazy Wind, Jeremy Kimball Jan 1996

Lazy, Crazy Wind, Jeremy Kimball

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Analogous Split, Betsy Lewis Jan 1996

Analogous Split, Betsy Lewis

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Promises, Jeanne Moose Jan 1996

Promises, Jeanne Moose

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The Mermaid's Revenge, Monica J. Bradbury Jan 1996

The Mermaid's Revenge, Monica J. Bradbury

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In lieu of an abstract, below is the essay's first paragraph.

"The lake stones were smooth, slippery beneath my leathered feet, but (predictably) rock-hard. The water pulled at the skin of my insteps and ankles, pushed me back toward the shoreline, pulled me out, pushed me back. Some days I could imagine myself a mermaid: Melusine, Sabrina. Some days I could not. I was strong, the pull of the water stronger."