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Short Nonfiction Collection, Vol. 092

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Short Nonfiction Collection, Vol. 092 is a diverse and engaging collection of essays and articles that cover a wide range of topics. From discussions on the nature of love and relationships to examinations of social justice issues, each piece offers a unique perspective that is thought-provoking and insightful.

One standout feature of this collection is the variety of voices included. The authors come from different backgrounds and experiences, which adds depth and complexity to the overall reading experience. It's refreshing to see such a diverse selection of perspectives represented in one cohesive collection.

The writing in this volume is consistently strong, with each author demonstrating a clear and engaging style. The topics are well-researched and presented in a way that is accessible to readers of all backgrounds. Whether you're interested in psychology, history, or current events, there is something in this collection that will catch your interest.

Overall, Short Nonfiction Collection, Vol. 092 is a captivating read that will leave you thinking long after you've finished the last page. It's a testament to the power of nonfiction writing and a must-read for anyone who enjoys thought-provoking essays and articles.

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Calling men the "Bawling Brotherhood," Sarah Grand penned a lively essay on The New Aspect of the Woman Question in 1894. Stenography and the Typewriter, and Home Hints were other women centric selections from the 20 reader-chosen nonfiction pieces in volume 092. Social and political history figured in many readings: The Birthplace of American Independence ; Roman Remains in Great Britain; the Spanish American War; Thoughts Upon the African Slave Trade ; State of the Union Address ; Disunion Sentiment ; and Monument to General Sheridan. Climate's role in human events was recognized in Climate Change and the Rise and Fall of Civilizations; The Day the Piano Went Up the Hill; and Launching Icebergs. Selections from science and medicine included The Discovery of Radium; Mercury in Treating Venereal Disease; and William James' lecture on the possibility of Human Immortality. Rounding out the volume are thoughts on Literature and the Stage; some notes on drawing ; a bit of Mark Twain humor ; and an biographical essay on W.H.R. Rivers. - Summary by Sue Anderson

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