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Muttersprache

I scan the textbook looking for any flickers of familiarity, of words I might have seen before or words that
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Violent Landscapes: Exploring perspectives of gendered violence in ‘An Isolated Incident’ and ‘Big Little Lies’

Women are held responsible for their own safety, after all. More bluntly speaking, women are held responsible for not letting
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Kuitpo

His name was changed from Pollnow, German, dating back to the eighteenth century, to Peters, assigned with little more than
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Part 3

In considering only the alphabetic aspects of the postcodes one half of their narrative and poetic potential was potentially being
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Part 2

On occasion the threads braid together and present a knot or a node or an answer. Halfway through the 13
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Part 1

In front of the man, in fact almost all around him – scattered on the butchers papered trestle table he
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Currents

I open the folder and a frail wisp of paper flies out, caught in the gust. I catch it and
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Jep Jep

Her name was Jessie, or Jep, or Jep Jep, or Jeplestein, though certainly not Tinsel, her name before we picked
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