Ex Libris: Persuasion

There is perhaps no canonical author who has had swept modern culture as…
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Sinter Klaas

Before he was coming down chimneys, adorned in his iconic red suit and…
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Tribes and Territories

South Carolina is steeped in Revolutionary War and Civil War history. However, a…
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Ex Libris: Treacherous Beauty

Benedict Arnold is by far the most famous traitor in American history. However,…
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A Colonial Legacy

A handwritten letter is an endangered species in the current world of text…
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Ex Libris: The Folio Book of Ghost Stories

As a child, I remember begging my father to tell me the scariest…
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Stingy Jack

People have been carving jack-o’-lanterns for centuries, but not always from pumpkins. The…
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Three Men and a Book

Manhood — especially what defines the term — seems to be a current…
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Et Cetera: A Safe Landing

In 1930, “Municipal Airport Owens Field” celebrated its grand opening on April 24th and…
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America’s Charters of Freedom

While participating in the traditions that often come with Independence Day — the…
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The South’s Wooden Hammock

Joggle (v): to shake slightly; to move or cause to move with repeated…
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Ex Libris: The Voyage of the Argo

Greek mythology, while not a common subject of study today in the classroom,…
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