Why bother?

Published January 18, 2009 | One response so far
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The past few days Montréal’s temperature has averaged a cool -20°C, otherwise known as nostril-hair freezing cold. This kind of cold is not really a great motivator for hanging out outside. So I’ve been occupying myself with the news (a mix of alarming and horrifying), drinking tea and re-reading some Vonnegut. I find myself coming
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Marzieh Ghiasi

Inheritors of Fear

Published June 02, 2007 | One response so far
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This is a peice I wrote about 4 years ago (10th grade) about a book that remains one of my favorites, and a subject that I sill find intriguing. The twentieth century will be marked in history for its many civil rights movements, none of which was more tremendous than the anti-apartheid movement of South
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Marzieh Ghiasi

So it goes

Published April 13, 2007 | One response so far
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The most important thing I learned on Tralfamadore was that when a person dies he only appears to die. He is still very much alive in the past, so it is very silly for people to cry at his funeral. All moments, past, present and future, always have existed, always will exist. The Tralfamadorians can
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Marzieh Ghiasi