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Sigmund Freud’s Three Levels of Mind
— Karl Constantine FOLKES
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Soldier
— Steve Dupere
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In Whose Image Are We Made?
— Karl Constantine FOLKES
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Fruit of the Tree Yields Fruit of the Womb
— Karl Constantine FOLKES
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Strangers in Our Own Universe
— Karl Constantine FOLKES
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A Child's Prayer
— Margaret Betham-Edwards
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A Government House Divided
— Karl Constantine FOLKES
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Why Choose to Die When You Can Fly
— Cristina Kim
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On Lake Inle, in Shan State, Myanmar
— Karl Constantine FOLKES
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A Woman Ribbed
— Karl Constantine FOLKES
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A Road Less Traveled
— Seth Haynes Warner
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The Human Condition: A Fractured Soul
— Karl Constantine FOLKES
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The Rocking Chair
— Betsy Wokersien Stephens
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Africa in Tears
— Karl Constantine FOLKES
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One Drop
— Gisela Vigil
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Grave Epitaph
— Karl Constantine FOLKES
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The Semiotics of Markedness
— Karl Constantine FOLKES
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Through a Nation’s Looking Glass
— Karl Constantine FOLKES
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Eons of Nowness (EON)
— Karl Constantine FOLKES
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Waka Poetry Chiming
— Karl Constantine FOLKES
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"Women work"
— Maya Angelou
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Man’s Subjective Mind
— Karl Constantine FOLKES
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Bird Of Paradise Sonnet
— Marie Helen Abramyan
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Time Spawned by Eternity
— Karl Constantine FOLKES
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Reading Research Limitations
— Karl Constantine FOLKES
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