Monthly Archives: January 2013

Sunbeams by Sarah Marakos

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Coming Home

After winter break I walked to the LGBT Center and entering Bolles House I  saw the words WELCOME HOME! on the wall, making feel like I was back where I belonged. It said WELCOME HOME! The cold leaves body and … Continue reading

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I was walking to Olin from downhill one day, traversing through the grass field of President’s Lawn; seeing the bare tree branches and the dried leaves that fell last fall still scattering around reminds me of my mother. Bare branches … Continue reading

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Still Transformation

After contemplating professor’s advice to bathe today because I might die tomorrow, I decided to bathe in the second floor, pretty dingy, bathroom early Saturday night .   A Space Transformed- Candle Flame, Still Water Lovers’ Arms.   I feel that paradox … Continue reading

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Of Evanescence and Form

I was walking down Professors Row near the Presidential Lawn in the morning when I noticed a plastic bag blowing in the wind and then get caught in a tree.   A plastic bag– Changing shape in the wind Now … Continue reading

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My Sites

I also still don’t see anything under “My Sites” but Modern Japanese Literautre.

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Still no action

I still don’t see any posts from my students here.

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Does this work?

Trying to get my class on to this blog as authors.

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Basics of this Blog

Hi everyone! This blog will feature numerous posts by students in Professor Inouye’s Evanescence and Form: An Introduction to Japanese Culture. We hope you enjoy what you read here.

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