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"J'ai rencontré dans la rue un jeune homme très pauvre qui aimait. Son chapeau était vieux, son habit était usé; il avait les coudes troués; l'eau passait à travers ses souliers et les astres à travers son âme." - Victor Hugo (Les Misérables").

Voltaire. I agree with the sentiment unless, of course, it is grossly and deliberately offensive - that"s what we have laws for.

Who's Watching [click on this image to find a short video for use in exploring surveillance and Foucault's concept of the panopticon]

Quotes For Writers: Rejection, Reading, Motivation, Inspiration, Books

"The books that the world calls immoral are books that show the world its own shame." Oscar Wilde #oscarwilde www.OneMorePress.com

These are some of the smrtest pictures I’ve used so far (40 Photos)

Obama passed a law making it illegal to peacefully protest his politics near him. He is the only President of The United States to make peaceful protest illegal.

"What is the most important thing you could be working on in the world right now? And if you're not working on that, why aren't you?"-- Aaron Swartz (1986-2013)

Brave New World Chapter 12 Activity for Reading and Discussion

Created with Microsoft Word 2007.This is an activity designed for students to complete while reading or during class discussion of Brave New World Chapter 12. There are 2 pages and 15 questions (some questions have questions within the questions). Topics include Bernard's party and the aftermath, characterization of Lenina, John, Bernard, and Helmholtz, Mustapha Mond's censorship and his private musings, and Helmholtz and John's emerging friendship and the obstacles that they encounter.