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Short Nonfiction Collection, Vol. 065

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Short Nonfiction Collection, Vol. 065 is a diverse and eclectic collection of essays and articles covering a wide range of topics. From musings on life and human nature to historical events and scientific discoveries, this anthology offers something for every reader.

The essays are well-written and thought-provoking, engaging the reader from the very first page. Each piece is concise yet insightful, providing a wealth of information and perspectives in a compact format. Whether you're interested in psychology, history, or even just a good story, you're sure to find something that captures your attention in this collection.

One of the highlights of this volume is the variety of voices and styles represented. From humor and wit to introspection and introspective, each author brings their own unique perspective to the table. This diversity makes for a truly engaging read that will keep you turning pages and thinking long after you've finished.

Overall, Short Nonfiction Collection, Vol. 065 is a must-read for anyone who enjoys well-crafted essays and thought-provoking nonfiction. With its wide range of topics and styles, this anthology is sure to have something for everyone. Highly recommended for anyone looking for a quick yet fulfilling read.

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Twenty short nonfiction works chosen by the readers. A review of William Carlos Williams' "Kora in Hell" by Robert McAlmon is one of several selections devoted to literature and learning. Others are H. P. Lovecraft's "Literary Composition;" George Herbert Betts's "The Mind and Its Education;" William Wells Newell's "Michelangelo as Poet;" and Thoreau's "Wild Apples." Humor receives its due in "The Methods of Mr. Sellyer: A Book Store Study" ; "The Plumber" ; "The Yawn of the Computer Age" ; and an unnamed boy's "Essay on Girls." Innovation and inquiry are treated in a 17th century study "Of a Deaf Man's Capacity to Speak;" a 1794 description of color blindness ; and an 1896 exposition on scientific kite flying. Historical topics include the status of Palestine and Syria in the 1920's; democratic socialism ; Letters to Muriardachus , and an Illinois flour mill's change over from horse team to gas powered delivery truck in 1913. Politics meet history in readings of an Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainee death notification letter and two selections from the 2019 Mueller Report--the executive summaries from volumes 1 and 2. Finally, for those with the munchies or a sweet tooth, Vol. 65 has recipes from Maria Parloa's "Chocolate and Cocoa and Homemade Candy Recipes." Summary by Sue Anderson.

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