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https://plus.google.com/117070882981966369927 Molly Sidleck : Virtual Read Out- Ap English Lit
Virtual Read Out- Ap English Lit 
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https://plus.google.com/108036642738263828214 Sasha Black : There once was a time when your school schedule consisted of only the classics: calculus, American history...
There once was a time when your school schedule consisted of only the classics: calculus, American history, English lit, etc. View this image › But this is 2014, and colleges are boarding the pop culture train and giving you the chance to learn about some…
18 Celebrity College Classes You’ll Want To Enroll In Immediately
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https://plus.google.com/103943105400228529433 Casey Edwards : There once was a time when your school schedule consisted of only the classics: calculus, American history...
There once was a time when your school schedule consisted of only the classics: calculus, American history, English lit, etc. View this image › But this is 2014, and colleges are boarding the pop culture train and giving you the chance to learn about some…
18 Celebrity College Classes You’ll Want To Enroll In Immediately
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https://plus.google.com/103146639518992188263 Vera Smith : There once was a time when your school schedule consisted of only the classics: calculus, American history...
There once was a time when your school schedule consisted of only the classics: calculus, American history, English lit, etc. View this image › But this is 2014, and colleges are boarding the pop culture train and giving you the chance to learn about some…
18 Celebrity College Classes You’ll Want To Enroll In Immediately
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https://plus.google.com/101752303606480155537 Destiny Jones : There once was a time when your school schedule consisted of only the classics: calculus, American history...
There once was a time when your school schedule consisted of only the classics: calculus, American history, English lit, etc. View this image › But this is 2014, and colleges are boarding the pop culture train and giving you the chance to learn about some…
18 Celebrity College Classes You’ll Want To Enroll In Immediately
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https://plus.google.com/105153440415343731437 Emme Salis : At the zero mark... So cold.... I have this book that is an English lit college edition and there are...
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So cold.... I have this book that is an English lit college edition and there are a couple of sections in it that are about Emily Dickinson. I really love to try and untangle the riddles in literature. I think it's great fun. I am working on one right now, ...
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So cold.... I have this book that is an English lit college edition and there are a couple of sections in it that are about Emily Dickinson. I really love to try and untangle the riddles in literature. I think it's great fun...
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https://plus.google.com/106278754794634740864 RSW Creative Inc : Learning something new can help you in multiple ways. Try these 25 free websites to learn anything from...
Learning something new can help you in multiple ways. Try these 25 free websites to learn anything from English Lit to website coding.

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https://plus.google.com/109704307562450440193 Zahra Malik : ** Hello, my name is Zahra Malik i am currently studying Media Studies, Photography, English (Lit/Lang...
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Hello, my name is Zahra Malik i am currently studying Media Studies, Photography, English (Lit/Lang) and Film Studies in Warren Sixth Form. I enjoy watching a lot of movies and my favorite genre would have to be Action Adventure. This is because all of my f...
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Hello, my name is Zahra Malik i am currently studying Media Studies, Photography, English (Lit/Lang) and Film Studies in Warren Sixth Form. I enjoy watching a lot of movies and my favorite genre would have to be Action Adv...
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https://plus.google.com/113480678280091919568 English Lit : Shafia-Why Daisy cries over the shirts. In the chapters I have read so far, I have been able to deduce...
Shafia-Why Daisy cries over the shirts.
In the
chapters I have read so far, I have been able to deduce that Daisy wishes to
portray herself as a materialistic person and she succeeds in doing so at first.
However, I think she longs for more than materialistic items but chooses to
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Shafia-Why Daisy cries over the shirts.
In the chapters I have read so far, I have been able to deduce that Daisy wishes to portray herself as a materialistic person and she succeeds in doing so at first. However, I think she longs for more than materialistic items...
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https://plus.google.com/105279692884702044074 Adam Benwell : A Wander around Liverpool It was The University of Liverpool's open day recently and my daughter wanted...
A Wander around Liverpool
It was The University of Liverpool's open day recently and my daughter wanted to go and look around the university as its on her list of 5 to see so off we went to check out its English Lit course, facilities and Liverpool's wider offering. We travelled up ...
A Wander around Liverpool
It was The University of Liverpool's open day recently and my daughter wanted to go and look around the university as its on her list of 5 to see so off we went to check out its English Lit course, facilities and Liverpool's ...
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https://plus.google.com/114103326271826547285 Tonja Tomblin : This is Deanna's interview with Detective Montgomery and finishes out chapter 5. I have a friend who's...
This is Deanna's interview with Detective Montgomery and finishes out chapter 5. I have a friend who's a cop helping me with the legal side of my book. I send him questions and he answers them but he's not actually read it. If anyone who reads this scene notices anything I've overlooked, please let me know. As always thanks for reading. All feedback is welcome and appreciated.

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Chapter 5--Part 3

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Finia and I followed the detective down a series of indistinguishable corridors. Official portraits of previous police chiefs lined the walls.

We entered into the main hub of police activity. The detective pointed to a row of blue chairs along the left wall. “Can your friend wait here for now?” I looked to Finia and shrugged my shoulders. There was no reason for her to sit in on the questioning. She squeezed my hand.

At the end of the row of chairs was a water cooler. Three policemen stood next to it, absorbed in conversation. Scattered throughout were more officers, the majority were men but a few were women. They answered phones, wrote on pads of paper, or typed on computers. The tension smothered me as we continued to walk the length of the room. The hairs on my arms stood up and I jumped at every little noise.

Along the walls were several doors, some open and some closed. We passed an unoccupied secretary’s desk as we entered his office. I perched on the edge of the chair he indicated and he settled into one opposite me. I studied the room while he pulled up a screen on his computer. His office was meticulous. Files were organized into neat stacks. Framed awards, diplomas, and certificates hung in two even lines. All the office supplies on his desk had a designated spot.

“I’m going to need the name and number of your parent or guardian before we can start this conversation.”

“I’m an emancipated minor. I was granted emancipation when I graduated high school."

“I’m required to make every effort to contact your parent or guardian before conducting any type of interview,” he said, reaching for a pen and piece of paper.

I gave him the name and number of my last foster mother. “It won’t matter if you call, sir. She won’t show.”

He stuck the pen in the cup on his desk and picked up the phone. He dialed the number and waited. After a few moments, I heard Mrs. Roberts’ grating voice answer. “Mrs. Roberts? My name is Detective Dev Montgomery with the Halifax Police Department. I’ve got a Miss Deanna Jameson with me.”

She coughed and wheezed into the phone. “That girl’s no concern of mine. Whatever she’s done, it’s all on her. She’s your problem now.” Her scornful laugh morphed into another coughing fit. If I shut my eyes, I could imagine the scene as clearly as if it were right in front of me. Mrs. Roberts would be sitting at the bar in the kitchen, taking deep drags off a Marlboro Light cigarette. She would have fixed her thinning, bleached-blonde hair to cover where her scalp was starting to show. The pound of make-up she applied each morning couldn’t hide the dried out, leathery look of her skin from too much time spent in a tanning bed.

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After returning the phone to its cradle, he leaned back in his chair and laced his hands behind his head, a kind smile on his handsome face. “You’re not in any trouble, Miss Jameson. However, I do have a few questions for you.” I swallowed past the lump in my throat and nodded. “Before we get started, I’m going to read you your rights. It’s standard operating procedure for any interview even if the person isn’t under arrest.” He pulled out a small, laminated card from a desk drawer and read the printed words. I waived my right to have an attorney present and he began. “Will you please state your full name and date of birth for the record, Miss Jameson?” He leaned forward to type as I answered.

“Deanna Lynn Jameson. January 4, 1997,” I stammered.

“Our records indicate you’re enrolled at Halifax State. Is that information correct?”

“Yes, sir. I’m a freshman.”

“As you may have heard, there was a body found this morning at the football field on your campus. I can confirm the identity as that of Gina Rosenbaum. Your phone number was discovered in her pocket. Can you tell me how she came to have it on her person when she died?”

“Yes, sir. I met with Gina last night to study for our English Lit test tomorrow. When we left we made plans to meet again tonight, and I gave her my number to get in touch with me if she had to change plans.”

“What can you tell me about your plans for today?”

“There isn’t much to tell, sir. When we finished our study session last night, we both agreed that another meeting wouldn’t hurt with the test tomorrow morning. Seven had worked well for both of us last night, and we had agreed to meet at the same time tonight. I don’t know anything about what her plans might have been for the time we weren’t together. I didn’t ask, and she didn’t volunteer that information. I only knew her from class. This was the first time we had studied together.” I struggled to recall all the details from last night, but I couldn’t think of anything that might be helpful. Gina had been a devoted student, and we had stayed pretty focused on cramming for tomorrow’s test.

“Can you verify your whereabouts the last time you saw Miss Rosenbaum?”

“We met at the library.”

“Would that be the university library?”

“Yes, sir.” The ordinary nature of the questions went a long way in settling my nerves.

“What time was this?”

“Around seven and we stayed until closing at nine.”

“Did anyone see you?” He didn’t look at me as he continued to type.

“There was a person working the desk, but I don’t know who she was.” I shrugged in apology. “And my roommate was there,” I added.

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He snapped his fingers at an officer passing by his door. It was the same one who had been talking to Susan when we arrived. He was medium height and medium build with sandy blond hair and matching mustache. “Harris, will you ask Susan to call the campus library at Halifax and get a schedule of who worked last night.”

“Yes, sir.” Harris switched directions and headed out of sight to relay the detective’s request.

“Can I get a name and phone number for your roommate,” he asked, pulling the same pen and paper toward him he’d put away moments earlier.

“She’s the girl who came with me. Her name is Finia Morgen.”

Detective Montgomery stood and strode to the door. “Harris,” he commanded. His voice took on a different tone than he’d used with me. His already rich bass went half an octave lower. It was an imposing voice accustomed to giving orders. “Get a statement from the girl over there about last night.”

Detective Montgomery returned to his desk assuming Officer Harris would follow his instructions. “Did you see anyone with Miss Rosenbaum after you left the library, or did she mention meeting someone after you?”

I shook my head. “We went in different directions when we left. The football game had ended sometime before we left the library, and I lost sight of her in the crowd of students celebrating the win. I went back to my room and didn’t have any opportunities to see her again that night. I didn’t know her very well. All we talked about was English Lit stuff. If she had plans, she didn’t tell me.” I spread my hands, palm up, in front of me. “I’m sorry. I seem to be useless.”

He smiled at me, and my heart took a stutter step. For a moment, I could see what Blondie had seen. No wonder she had been almost drooling on camera. “On the contrary, Miss Jameson, you’ve been very helpful. One more question and I think we’ll be done for today. Did you see anyone hanging around the library when you left?”

I shook my head. “If there were, I wouldn’t have known. There were cars and people everywhere.”

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A few final key strokes and he pushed back from his desk, scraping the legs across the linoleum floor. I stood too, unsure if that was proper etiquette. He walked to a printer tucked away in a corner amidst several large filing cabinets. He scanned the report as he returned to his desk. He opened a folder located on the opposite side of his desk from his computer and placed my statement on top of several other pages. He closed it back and hid all the sheets from view. The tab was labeled Rosenbaum, Gina. “I appreciate you coming down today, Miss Jameson. Can I call you at this number if I have any other questions?”

“Yes, sir. That’s my cell. I always have it on me. If I’m in class, just leave a message, and I’ll return your call as soon as I can.”

He nodded and grabbed a pen from the cup on his desk. He pulled my statement out of the folder and bent to make a note. Detective Montgomery came around to my side of the desk and gestured for me to precede him out the door. “It looks like your friend is finishing up.”

“You girls don’t have any plans on leaving the county any time soon, do you?” he asked when we reached Finia and Officer Harris.

“Are we suspects?” I asked, horrified.

Both Detective Montgomery’s and Officer Harris’ lips twitch. “You goose,” Finia said, rolling her eyes. “He’s joking.” She pulled on my arm, and I allowed myself to be lead out the door. The quiet chuckles of both men followed me until the exit snicked shut behind us.

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https://plus.google.com/102845408803875102491 E. R. E. Jones : The weather's awful, I've a 2 1/2 hour film to edit for school, an English Lit. GCSE common assignment...
The weather's awful, I've a 2 1/2 hour film to edit for school, an English Lit. GCSE common assignment after half term and more Latin than Caerleon surely was built upon. Still, I'm off to Monaco on Monday- can't complain!
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https://plus.google.com/113601986189547431816 Amelia Young : ** My feelings currently in daily life (aka school.) Now don't get me wrong I so genuinely love school...
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My feelings currently in daily life (aka school.) Now don't get me wrong I so genuinely love school. I'm at A-level age which means I now do three subjects I love (English Lit/ English Lang / Photography) and I get to spend the day with my friends who (as m...
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My feelings currently in daily life (aka school.) Now don't get me wrong I so genuinely love school. I'm at A-level age which means I now do three subjects I love (English Lit/ English Lang / Photography) and I get to spend t...
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https://plus.google.com/116815811047337460620 Charlotte Atkins : Sunday Night Dinner - Script A script that I wrote in English Lit and Language class.Characters:Moth...
Sunday Night Dinner - Script
A script that I wrote in English Lit and Language class.Characters:MotherFatherChristinaHelenFather Two[It is a warm Sunday afternoon in Fall. The hands on the clock point towards the miniature four. A family of four sit on a garden bench with a black table...
Sunday Night Dinner - Script
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Thought piece: Why does Daisy cry?
Thank you for your responses so far - don't forget to get your blogs in to discuss in Monday's lesson. Why does Daisy cry over those shirts?
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https://plus.google.com/116936224248372765300 Hamid Khalid : B.A University Of Sargodha Old Papers UOS B.A Arabic Paper A, B and Optional UOS B.A Economics Paper...
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English Lit is offered in B.A in University of Sargodha ( UOS ). Sample papers are being ordered here according to previous years. Click any link given below to view or download the papers. 2010 Paper A 2010 Paper B 2010 Paper Optional
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https://plus.google.com/116936224248372765300 Hamid Khalid : UOS B.A English Lit Paper A, B and Optional English Lit is offered in B.A in University of Sargodha ...
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English Lit is offered in B.A in University of Sargodha ( UOS ). Sample papers are being ordered here according to previous years. Click any link given below to view or download the papers. 2010 Paper A 2010 Paper B 2010 Paper Optional
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