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London Nightmen ~ "It was the task of these men to excavate and cart off the human excreta deposited in cesspools, labor referred to as "nightwork" because by law it could only be performed after twelve o'clock at night.

London Nightmen ~ "It was the task of these men to excavate and cart off the human excreta deposited in cesspools, labor referred to as "nightwork" because by law it could only be performed after twelve o'clock at night.

Jack London de niño, leyendo.

Jack London, studying at Heinold's First and Last Chance Saloon, Oakland, California via Bibliophilia

EDSITEment, from the National Endowment for the Humanities, has a lesson plan for grades 6-8: The Poet's Voice: Langston Hughes and You. If you'd like to discuss poetry from the Harlem Renaissance era as part of KRARI, this might be a helpful resource.

EDSITEment, from the National Endowment for the Humanities, has a lesson plan for grades The Poet's Voice: Langston Hughes and You. If you'd like to discuss poetry from the Harlem Renaissance era as part of KRARI, this might be a helpful resource.

"Haunter- Part 1"- Sam Alden, Study Group Comics, May 1st, 2013, Digital and Traditional Media

"Haunter- Part Sam Alden, Study Group Comics, May Digital and Traditional Media

"Myth #1: High school English teachers sit around all day reading and discussing great literature, and crafting Romeo and Juliet lesson plans.    Truth #1: High school English teachers sit around all day reading Sarah, Felipe, and Nick's crappy essays. English teachers have no time to read, except in the summer. In fact, if you love reading, become a Math teacher."    So true.

"Myth High school English teachers sit around all day reading and discussing great literature, and crafting Romeo and Juliet lesson plans. Truth High school English teachers sit around all day reading Sarah, Felipe, and Nick's crappy essays.

6 Curious Things About Emily Dickinson, Americas Favorite Recluse Poet

6 Curious Things About Emily Dickinson, America's Favorite Recluse Poet

December 1830 – May 1886 Emily Dickinson: 'How dreary — to be — Somebody! How public — like a Frog — To tell one's name — the livelong June — To an admiring Bog!

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