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You said my name is beautiful. Thanks, but you know what? I don't like my second name - Jean.
I was born May 21, you were born January 1. I am 20 days, 4 months and 13 years younger than you, doesn't matter.
You like younger women, we're vivacious. I like older men, you're wiser.
Blue's Clues! February 14 last year, my date and I watched the movie Baler. February 14 this year, I'm dating someone from Baler.
I understand that your family is very important to you. I have this feeling that if circumstances will force you to make a choice, you'll choose them over me, right?
Back to our old school days, you hate P.E., me too XD.
Haven't I told you once that back in college I lived with a nurse, a PT, a med tech and an orthopaedic surgeon?
We came from 2 different worlds. You're from the world of medical science, I'm from the world of communication arts.
I'm afraid of needles, of injections, of giving birth, of pain basically.
We both have this bad habit of le
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Literature is the imaginative manipulation of perspective so that we can make sense of a world that is both familiar and foreign. It brings us into contact with that world by telling stories, dramatizing situations, expressing emotions, and analyzing or advocating ideas. Either in oral, written or visual form, literature challenges listeners, readers or viewers to identify, examine, question, learn and reconcile values most precious to our sense of self and culture.
Three reasons why we study literature are, first, it links us with a broader cultural, philosophic and religious world of which we are part; second, it stimulates our imagination and creativity; and last, it permits us to see the world with new eyes.