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Classic Essays

by Kevin Alfred Strom
and Charles L. Carroll, Jr. IN A QUIET wood there hangs a bee-hive from a branch of a tree. Some malicious troublemakers decide to amuse themselves by hiding some distance from the hive and throwing rocks at it. When the hive is struck by a rock, the bees come swarming out to defend their…
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FictionH. MillardHumor

by H. Millard THE EAGLE swooped down and said to the Cockroach, “You are a despicable creature and you are hated by humans. You live everywhere, you eat anything, and you breed like crazy. “I, on the other hand, am loved by humans. I am so noble and beautiful that many humans use me as a symbol…
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