The Line is about, unsurprisingly, a line. A line that begins because someone towards the front said there was something exciting at the kiosk. The people keep adding to it. As the people keep adding to it, the reasons for joining the line grow. The reasons for the line rage from donuts to a perfect birthday present to buy. Despite the real reason for the line, the people come because maybe, just maybe their deepest wish can be granted at the end of the line.
A dashboard without books is like a body without a soul.
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Edgar Allan Poe Death Theories:
- Beating (1857)
The United States Magazine Vol.II (1857): 268.
- Epilepsy (1875)
Scribner’s Monthly Vo1. 10 (1875): 691.
- Dipsomania (1921)
Robertson, John W. Edgar A. Poe A Study. Brough, 1921: 134, 379.
- Heart (1926)
Allan, Hervey. Israfel. Doubleday, 1926: Chapt. XXVII, 670.
- Toxic Disorder (1970)
Studia Philo1ogica Vol. 16 (1970): 41-42.
- Hypoglycemia (1979)
Artes Literatus (1979) Vol. 5: 7-19.
- Diabetes (1977)
Sinclair, David. Edgar Allan Poe. Roman & Litt1efield, 1977: 151-152.
- Alcohol Dehydrogenase (1984)
Arno Karlen. Napo1eon’s Glands. Little Brown, 1984: 92.
- Porphryia (1989)
JMAMA Feb. 10, 1989: 863-864.
- Delerium Tremens (1992)
Meyers, Jeffrey. Edgar A1lan Poe. Charles Scribner, 1992: 255.
- Rabies (1996)
Maryland Medical Journal Sept. 1996: 765-769.
- Heart (1997)
Scientific Sleuthing Review Summer 1997: 1-4.
- Murder (1998)
Walsh, John E., Midnight Dreary. Rutgers Univ. Press, 1998: 119-120.
- Epilepsy (1999)
Archives of Neurology June 1999: 646, 740.
- Carbon Monoxide Poisoning (1999)
Sophie Calle, view of the exhibition “Prenez soin de vous” in 2008 at Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Site Richelieu Paris (France)
Slaughterhouse-Five is the story of Billy Pilgrim. He serves in World War II, surviving the bombing of Dresden. After the war, he makes a living as an optometrist. On his wedding night, he is kidnapped by aliens an taken to their home planet. There he tells the aliens his story and what happened to him.