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  • 5 Notable Scapegoats In Literature

    5 Notable Scapegoats In Literature0

    The unenviable position of the scapegoat endures the wrongdoings of others and often pays the highest sacrifice: death. If you haven’t already, then get to know these 5 notable scapegoats in literature. 1. Snowball in Animal Farm by George Orwell “A farm is taken over by its overworked, mistreated animals. With flaming idealism and stirring

  • 10 Must-Read Books Set In Hawaii

    10 Must-Read Books Set In Hawaii0

    These 10 must-read books set in Hawaii will transport you to the lush and beautiful Hawaiian Islands, even if you’ve never before been to Honolulu or Hilo. From Oahu to the Big Island and Moloka’i to Niʻihau, if you haven’t already, you should add these books that take place in Hawaii on your TBR list.

  • 10 Of The Best Literary Quotes About Dancing

    10 Of The Best Literary Quotes About Dancing0

    These 10 of the best literary quotes about dancing will inspire you to turn on some music and start dancing. 1. “You’ve gotta dance like there’s nobody watching, Love like you’ll never be hurt, Sing like there’s nobody listening, And live like it’s heaven on earth.”―William W. Purkey, author of From Conflict to Conciliation: How

  • Top 13 Witches In Literature

    Top 13 Witches In Literature0

    Throughout the centuries women accused of witchcraft have been burned alive at the stake. The term “witch” is often used as an insult or accusation to this day. Many fictional witches are portrayed as ugly and intrinsically evil, while others live in suburban houses, married with children, twinkling their nose so the dishes magically wash