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La llorona, the legend from Hispanic American folklore The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe The Golem, from Yiddish folklore A practical research project featuring the Design and Technology area in our department.

La llorona, the legend from Hispanic American folklore The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe The Golem, from Yiddish folklore A practical research project featuring the Design and Technology area in our department.

La llorona, the legend from Hispanic American folklore The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe The Golem, from Yiddish folklore A practical research project featuring the Design and Technology area in our department.

Manual for a Desperate Crossing was created from numerous interviews with survivors who fled Cuba on homemade rafts. Based on personal letters between Fornés and her brother, Letters from Cuba fluidly moves in time, place, and spirit, linking protagonist Fran and her relatives in Cuba.

Manual for a Desperate Crossing was created from numerous interviews with survivors who fled Cuba on homemade rafts. Based on personal letters between Fornés and her brother, Letters from Cuba fluidly moves in time, place, and spirit, linking protagonist Fran and her relatives in Cuba.

Manual for a Desperate Crossing was created from numerous interviews with survivors who fled Cuba on homemade rafts. Based on personal letters between Fornés and her brother, Letters from Cuba fluidly moves in time, place, and spirit, linking protagonist Fran and her relatives in Cuba.

A classic Oscar Wilde comedy of class, honor, blackmail, and political corruption. This play from 1893 is made timely as it discusses and parodies marriage and masculinity.

A classic Oscar Wilde comedy of class, honor, blackmail, and political corruption. This play from 1893 is made timely as it discusses and parodies marriage and masculinity.

A classic Oscar Wilde comedy of class, honor, blackmail, and political corruption. This play from 1893 is made timely as it discusses and parodies marriage and masculinity.

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