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Short Nonfiction Collection, Vol. 079

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Short Nonfiction Collection, Vol. 079 is a fantastic collection of essays and articles by various authors. The topics covered range from personal experiences to thought-provoking reflections on society and culture. Each piece is engaging and enlightening in its own unique way, providing readers with a diverse array of perspectives to consider.

What I appreciated most about this collection was the variety of voices and writing styles showcased. From humorous anecdotes to moving accounts of hardship, the authors' individual voices shine through, making each piece distinct and memorable.

Overall, Short Nonfiction Collection, Vol. 079 is a well-curated selection of nonfiction works that will appeal to a wide range of readers. Whether you enjoy personal essays, informative articles, or philosophical reflections, there is something in this collection for everyone. I highly recommend this book to anyone looking for a thought-provoking and enjoyable read.

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"It was about the month of May...that I received information ...that two photographs of fairies had been taken in the North of England under circumstances which seemed to put fraud out of the question." . Differing foundational beliefs and the varied ways men and women seek truth, whether through science, faith, philosophic speculation or political involvement, are highlighted in the selections for vol 079: The Cottingley Fairies; Scientific Ghosts; Matter and Memory; A Village Discussion; The Early Narratives of Genesis; The Connection Between Church and State; The Prince; Miss Morrison's First Visit to the Petit Trianon; The Scientific Work of Miss N.M. Stevens; Homicide; Religion and Philosophy in Germany; The Public Bath Movement; The Right to Work; and Rivers of the Nameless Dead. People and places are the subject of The Pinehurst Tea Gardens; Sights and Tastes in Tripoli; and William Coppin and Marine Salvage. For respite, there are essays featuring nature and solitude: In the Christmas Woods and A Lazy Morning. Finally, cats win out, when governor Adlai Stevenson vetoes a legislative proposal banning roaming felines in Illinois. Summary by Sue Anderson

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