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Is This What It Feels Like? A Collection of Short Stories

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posted on 01.04.2013 by Rebecca Warshofsky

This work often explores the themes of sex, drugs, and death, because I think these things are really, truly interesting in a way that ordinary things like school or sports are not. They push the limits of human experience and potential, they happen on the brink of human knowledge, meaning that something new and exciting can occur as a result. Moments like these can offer great things in the way of self-discovery, and knowing yourself is one of the most important things you can do. I want to reach the pinnacle of experience so that I can stay there and revel in it. There is no way of knowing what this would be like, but it would be crazy to think that it would not be worthwhile.

History

Date

01/04/2013

Advisor(s)

Sharon Dilworth

Department

English

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