Daily Archives: January 7, 2018

David Bruce: Prejudice Anecdotes

https://pixabay.com/en/religion-ahimsa-ahura-mazda-baha-i-2028188/ Note: Anecdotes are not necessarily funny. Many anecdotes are short, interesting stories. In Poland during World War II, the Nazis showed propaganda in the schools to teach children to dislike the Jews. In a street, one boy came up … Continue reading

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David Bruce: “William Shakespeare’s CORIOLANUS: A Retelling in Prose” — Act 1, Scenes 7-9

— 1.7 — Titus Lartius had stationed guards inside Corioli, and now he was marching with a Lieutenant, other soldiers, and a scout to the sound of drums and trumpets toward Cominius and Caius Martius. Lartius ordered the Lieutenant, “Let … Continue reading

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