The area of land located behind the farmhouse is referred to as the back paddock. This is the same area of land that is referred to as the rear field.
The Back Paddock at the school I attended as a child was bordered by a residential street on one side and a juvenile-detention facility on the other.
Teenagers broke in at night, and the morning after, evidence of their presence was found in the form of beer cans, broken bottles of rum, KitKat wrappers, syringes, and wet condoms.
It was often assumed that these objects and the strange occurrences, like the teenage boy who rode by on a bike without any clothes, were linked to the detention center. However, it was hard to confirm the source of the discoveries. What unsettled me was not the items, but the clothing.
When I was six, a set of pink panties discovered me by a tree stump. The following year, I located a pair of men’s track pants.
By the time I was eight, the garments had been moved from the Back Paddock to the concrete playground adjacent to my classrooms.
On one winter morning, I came to school to find a bundle of clothes outside the grade-four area, including a blouse, jumper, jeans, bra, socks, and dirty underwear, left crotched-up on top of the stack.
The sight of the pile scared me inexplicably and I retreated to the wet-weather shed until the other kids arrived.
Later that day, I inquired of our teacher concerning the female whose garments were found there, and if she was now unclothed.
I was concerned as the prior night had been particularly cold. I questioned why the woman’s apparel was there and not covering her body, and where that body might be.
The rock features a variety of faces that can be seen upon close examination.
In Picnic at Hanging Rock, Mademoiselle de Poitiers, the French tutor at Appleyard College for Young Ladies, is filled with an overwhelming sense of dread.
Peter Weir’s 1975 cinematic adaptation captures this sentiment through her physical reactions, yet Joan Lindsay’s 1967 novel provides an explicit description of her emotions.
Standing at the edge of a creek, the tutor gazes up at the rock, asking herself “how could something so beautiful be the cause of such terror?”
At the heart of both the novel and the movie is an enigmatic evil.
The story follows a number of schoolgirls from a rural town near Melbourne, Victoria, as they take a two hour journey to Hanging Rock, a volcanic rock formation that juts up from the plains. In the afternoon, four of the girls ascend the Rock.
The last sighting of them has them, without shoes or corsets, walking between two boulders at the top. One of the girls is petrified and pleads for them to stop, but the others don’t listen, or don’t hear her.
The frightened girl then runs down the slope of the Rock, passing their mathematics teacher, Miss McGraw, who is also nowhere to be seen afterwards. None of the four ever reappear, leaving no traces.
This unsolved mystery of what happened to the girls at Hanging Rock lingers in the town for years to come, with the sense that the landscape itself had engulfed them.
On a weekend I spent at my father’s in Melbourne, he rented a VHS of Picnic at Hanging Rock and got me a worn-out copy of Lindsay’s novel from a second-hand bookshop.
I read and enjoyed it, yet I did not totally comprehend it. Prior to this, I had come across women’s clothing outside the fourth grade classroom.
Several months after the last visit, my dad and I drove up to Hanging Rock. This rocky formation stands out dramatically against the plains north of Mt. Macedon, and it is believed to be a sacred ceremonial site for the Wurundjeri people.
In 1884, the area was given over to the Crown and was opened to the public. Nowadays, the tall pinnacles are accessible, and the trails there wind through lush vegetation, caves, and various rocks and boulders.
My dad parked the car at the visitors’ center, and I followed the path alongside the rock with a sense of trepidation.
Although I had not mentioned it to my father, my aim was to find the missing schoolgirls.
As I walked, I scoured the shrubbery for any signs of ripped white lace, and when I got to the summit of the rock with a view of the plains, I combed the area for clues, softly whispering the girls’ names.
I was aware of how ridiculous it was, but I could not stop myself.
At age eight, I was unsure if the story of Picnic at Hanging Rock was based in fact or fiction.
The novel begins with the statement from Lindsay that it was up to the reader to make that decision. Weir utilized this concept for his film’s opening sequence.
Although the novel is not based on actual events, the notion that it has endured since its publication, as well as the belief that the location of the title has some kind of supernatural presence.
After the release of the film, stories of strange occurrences during filming were released to the media, such as missing items, lights shifting and watches ceasing to work.
Recalling her childhood memories, Helen Morse, who starred in Picnic at Hanging Rock, stated: “I used to visit this place when I was a young.
We had picnics and clambered all over the rocks, but it was only when I was making the movie that I became aware of the faces in the stone.
” The film focuses on these faces – they are old, volcanic, and otherworldly – and when I visited the site, I observed how the indentations and holes could, when illuminated in the correct light, seem to be observing you.
Hal McElroy, the movie’s co producer, explained: “We wanted to express that the landscape had taken these girls, so it had to appear alive. Anyone who has spent time in the Australian bush knows that it is vibrant and can be very noisy.”
Lindsay’s novel captures the atmosphere of a landscape with a constant buzz and darkness. The cicadas have a shrill sound and the leaves seem to be motionless. The Rock stands out, pushing its way towards the heavens.
At certain points the word Bush is written with a capital letter, conveying the idea that it has some form of power and control, similar to a person.
The schoolgirls climb the rock oblivious to the pressures that keep it connected to the ground. However, the creatures who inhabit the area are aware of the “creakings and shudderings” of the land and take flight.
Despite the danger, the girls continue upwards, as if mesmerized by the landscape. Lindsay implies that the land could be manipulating them, and with such malevolent intentions.
In the year 1900, the narrative of Picnic at Hanging Rock takes place, just before the six separate British colonies were combined to form the Commonwealth of Australia.
This was a time in which the newly-minted citizens of the nation were trying to erase the painful history of the past 112 years, which included violations of human rights, displacement of the indigenous people and massacres, and a penal system that was not rivaled until the Soviet gulags.
Historian Robert Hughes commented that Australians in 1900 were taking on this task of erasing the past “with go-getting energy”.
As the academic year finishes and the students do not come back, Appleyard College for Young Ladies declines.
Guardians take away their daughters. Another learner is discovered dead in the conservatory. Mrs. Appleyard, the strict headmistress, who keeps her institute’s grounds in spotless condition, planting English hedges and groomed gardens to repel regional trees.
Is haunted by her last recollection of the schoolgirls before they went off to the picnic that day.
“She saw the tidy columns of girls in hats and gloves, the two tutors in absolute control.” Furthermore, she remembers the way the surviving students returned to the school on the night of the vanishing, “hatless, disordered, babbling.”
In the end, Mrs. Appleyard goes to the rock, climbs to its highest point, and throws herself off.
Coming back to Picnic at Hanging Rock as an adult, I realize it is not solely about the vanished pupils, but rather, the apprehension it brings.
It expresses our need to bring order to the disorderly and incoherent stories in our lives, by making use of hats and gloves, along with language.
It reflects the enthusiasm with which we may pursue a desire to be lost, while at the same time, focussing on the young women who were taken by the alleged evil that lies within the rocky volcano on a barren landscape.
When I was a young child, I lived with my mum in a house on the corner of Ashfield, which has become a popular Inner West suburb of Sydney.
No other children lived on our street, but there was Pratten Park located behind our house, featuring a seesaw, swings, and a tai chi spot for the elderly in the mornings and a place for men to watch cricket in the summer.
My mother wouldn’t let me go there, though, as she said teenagers dealt drugs there at night. From our front room, I could see a slide in the nearby reserve, but my mum would only let me go if she accompanied me.
She didn’t think I was able to cross the road on my own.
I had no idea if Pratten Park was a place where teens sold drugs, and I was confident in my ability to cross streets, but the real issue was my mother’s fears.
A single mom raising an only child, she was scared of any outsider who might take me away. She was also terrified of me sitting too near the heater or standing near the microwave.
Furthermore, she was scared of any potential home invasions, as well as men lurking in the shadows of the gum trees. Finally, the slightest noises–often cats–would startle her out of her sleep.
When I was twelve, I was enrolled in a school which aimed to provide young women with an advanced education for the twenty-first century, but had a very outdated uniform policy.
During summertime, we had to wear a loose, drop-waisted dress in a light blue hue, which would easily show off any sweat patches if we happened to develop breasts or hips too soon.
During winter, we had to wear a shirt, tie and a navy pinafore which had not been changed since the 1920s.
All year round, black leather lace-up shoes and either navy knee socks or black tights were required, without any jewelry or nail polish. Hair longer than shoulder length had to be tied up and, away from the school, a hat was mandatory.
The hats weren’t the Edwardian kind that come to mind when I mention them, but wide navy straw hats, coated in a thin plastic for waterproofing and flexibility, and not very attractive.
Prefects were positioned at the school gates each afternoon to check if we were leaving properly dressed. Teachers also patrolled the streets leading to the train stations and bus stops.
I received one detention during my high school years, due to being caught outside the school without my hat or blazer.
The rules of the uniform were very stringent, and we were given the rationale that we were “representing” something to the public. We were seen as the kind of girls who were orderly, intelligent, and kind.
We always had to wear our hats, our nails were polished, and we often carried hockey sticks and violin cases. We were brought up to think that the thing we “represented” while in uniform would keep us safe from the tragedies that happened to other females.
The uniforms we wore were not enough to protect us.
Every term we were gathered together to be warned not to go through Burwood Park late in the afternoon, as girls were sometimes assaulted there, or were just given an unwelcome glimpse of a penis.
My friends were sometimes followed on their way to and from school, and they shared their experiences with me, whether through tears, quivering voices, or pretending it never happened. All of us reacted differently.
When I was twelve and walking through the Ashfield Mall parking lot, a man stopped me and a woman was standing next to him, which made me feel a bit safer. He cornered me between a wall and a dumpster, telling me I was pretty, and asked to see my underwear.
The woman chuckled and said “Let him have a look” as I ran away, still wearing my hat.
When I was six years old, I made a conscious decision to get lost. Our teachers admonished us countless times to always stay together and not lose sight of the group when we went on school trips.
Somehow, to me, this made the prospect of getting lost alluring.
Books had taught me that an adventure could not take place unless a child was unsupervised, so I thought this was the perfect way of creating one.
I was not allowed to even walk to the park across the street from my house, so on the day of the zoo excursion, I lingered behind, meandered along the railing and blended into the crowd.
I have no recollection of what I did during my time away, but I do remember feeling tired from wandering with no destination and becoming rather worried about how I would make it back.
I approached a man near the chimpanzee enclosure and told him the situation. An employee accompanied me back to my school group, who were petting lizards at that point.
I had been gone for an hour. Afterward, a teacher pulled me aside. She said that if I ever got lost again, I should ask for help, but to always approach a female. I didn’t need to be told why, even at that age.
Back in 1864, the disappearance of the three Duff children in Victoria’s Wimmera district made huge waves in the media, being one of the first of its kind.
Search parties went out on horseback to look for the kids during a heavy downpour, and after nine days, they were located with the help of Aboriginal trackers.
Astoundingly, they had managed to travel for more than sixty miles in circles, about six miles away from their parents’ hut.
This event sparked a frenzy in the newspapers. Two years later, a book was released in Britain called The Australian Babes in the Wood: A True Story Told in Rhyme for the Young, which re-told the story as a moral lesson for children who may be tempted to stray away from their group.
The Duffs’ story was then focused on the middle child, Jane, who was seven years old when she vanished.
People said that when her younger brother got tired, she carried him on her back, and even used her dress to keep both of them warm during the cold nights.
When Jane died in 1932, students from all over Victoria collected coins to make a memorial stone in the place where the children were found.
It was engraved with the words: “In memory of the bush heroine, Jane Duff, who assisted her siblings, Isaac and Frank, for nine days when they were lost in the dense scrub close to this spot in 1864.”
American and Australian colonies had much in common in their histories. At first, European settlers followed the same pattern of arriving on the east coasts of both countries and then slowly pushing westward.
In Australia, however, the notion of “Westward the Course of Empire Takes Its Way” was never really established, due to the difficulties posed by the landscape. Many who ventured out west never returned, while others were left with deep psychological scars.
As a result, the majority of Australians continued to live along the eastern seaboard, and even today only 15% of the population resides outside of the cities or suburbs.
Despite its seemingly limitless western horizons, the landscape of Australia was seen as a source of fear rather than a source of romance or freedom.
Perhaps, our respective tales of lost kids manifesting in different ways were a result of this.
In America, children getting lost was not uncommon, with many stories like those of Huck Finns heading into the wilderness, and Olive Oatman, Cynthia Ann Parker and Herman Lehmann who were either captured or disappeared.
These tales of the frontier have been preserved as landmarks and film adaptations. But in Australian folklore, there is rarely any mention of children coming into contact with Aborigines, and the ‘polluting’ effect it may have had on their whiteness.
As noted in Peter Pierce’s book The Country of Lost Children: An Australian Anxiety, it would have necessitated the concept of Aborigines as more ‘human’ than was often suggested.
The term terra nullius is used in international law to describe unoccupied land.
When the British arrived in Australia in 1788, they believed the continent to be terra nullius despite the presence of Indigenous people who had been living there for over sixty-five thousand years.
This stark contrast is evident in the stories of Australia’s frontier, where Native Australians are often not acknowledged or present. In contrast, Native Americans are often cast as villains in American western stories.
The bush was given more agency and humanity than the native people of the continent.
Rather than focusing on anything else, our attention was turned to the missing child. We took special notice whenever a young girl ventured out into the treacherous terrain, and the tales of such events were recounted until they became legendary.
In the Spring of 1885, Clara Crosbie, an eleven-year-old, vanished from her residence close to the secluded township of Lilydale, which is now part of the outskirts of Melbourne.
She had set out to travel almost two miles to visit her mother, yet never arrived. People on horses and Aboriginal trackers were sent out to search for her, but the downpour had obliterated her tracks.
Crosbie was missing for twenty-three days. She stumbled into rivers, removed her garments and stayed in a hollow tree. She feasted on eucalyptus leaves when she was hungry, yet they made her ill.
At the end, she was seated and yelling “Cooee” in case somebody was out there. At long last, two people on horseback found her. On June 4, 1885, The Argus reported that the men had “discovered the child in an emaciated condition and unable to stand.
She was without clothing and her limbs were badly lacerated. She could not have lived another day.” Like the Duff kids, Clara was a newspaper sensation.
Her father was offered three pounds a week to exhibit her as a “live display” at the Melbourne Waxworks, where she recounted her experience to a group of strangers twice daily for a few months.
McCubbin’s visit to the Waxworks may or may not have taken place, but the story of Crosbie’s disappearance was widely publicized and he could not have missed it.
One year later, he produced the esteemed artwork of the Australian Heidelberg school, Lost, depicting a young girl in an unfamiliar and forlorn Australian landscape.
Her body is half-hidden by the dun-colored bush, and her facial expression is ambiguous, leaving her unaware of her state of being.
The onlooker can observe how she is merging with the vegetation, and is on the edge of being submerged in the thicket, potentially never to resurface. Her relationship to the scene is clear, in which the sentiment of horror is born.
The girl is sporting black tights and a stiff pinafore. Her face is shaded by a straw hat with a black band around it.
She looks much like the schoolgirls encircling Hanging Rock, with the exception of her white hat. I can relate to her, since my winter school uniform was similar to hers, except for the hat.
Once I graduated from high school, I went to the University of Sydney and stayed at home as most Australians do during their four-year degree program. I attempted to learn how to drive in the first year of college, but I didn’t do very well. Therefore, I decided to walk most of the time.
Navigating Sydney can be a difficult task, as its roads are often narrow and one-way, and its public transportation tends to be unreliable. Despite this, walking is sometimes the only way to get around.
I personally have done this on several occasions, usually late at night, and I can recall my mother’s dismay when she found out. She would be angry and yell, but then she’d just want to know when I’d be home.
She once said to me, “I don’t care what you’re doing, just let me know when you’re coming back.”
I was aware of my mum’s worries, but they never made sense to me. The only person I had ever heard of getting killed was a girl from my school who had been stabbed by her older sister in their house because of a disagreement about a hair straightener.
I knew a few women who had been assaulted and raped, but it was always someone they were familiar with and the details were too personal and intricate to be reported.
I found comfort in the numbers. It was unlikely for me to be hurt by a stranger on the street. I was more likely to be injured in a house by someone I knew and trusted. Furthermore, I was most content strolling alone late in the evening.
At times, that was why I left the house in the first place.
I cannot say I was never taken by fear. On occasion I was tracked, or at least believed I was. An intense feeling of anxiety would surge through me and adrenaline would start to flow.
The fact that I was scared made me angry. It was an irrational apprehension that my mum, acquaintances and I consented to accept. It prevented us from focusing on other matters.
By shifting the focus from the physical object to a more abstract concept, the text can be paraphrased to remove any plagiarism.
Elspeth Tilley, a scholar, has argued that tales of lost children tend to feature what she calls “the white-vanishing trope”.
This refers to stories in which a white person, usually a young girl, moves into an unfamiliar, unfamiliar place and then disappears.
Whether they are returned or not is not the significant factor; it is the effect on the wider community that is more meaningful.
Tilley believes this trope is a way of avoiding facing the truth of Australian history; she states that by repeating the tales of individuals vanishing, white Australia projects an image of itself as a victim.
In The Country of Lost Children, Pierce claims that these stories serve to manifest anxieties concerning the legitimacy of European colonization — the apprehension that not only were Europeans encroaching on the territory of someone else.
But that their presence in Australia was particularly unwelcome. He asserts that by the nineteenth century, Australians had started to worry that they might not ever feel truly “at home” in the nation.
He goes on to say, “Stories of kids lost in places where they may not belong highlighted worries, not only about the legality of land possession, but of the spiritual and mental residence of European Australians.”
Many of the tales about lost girls, particularly the most powerful and longest-lasting ones, involve teenagers and young women. During the second half of the twentieth century, this became even more commonplace.
It was almost like, as the nation got older, the emphasis of its fears shifted from girls to young women, so instead of saying “lost,” we began to imply “most likely killed.”
Examples of such cases include Grace and Kathleen Holmes in 1950, Marianne Schmidt and Christine Sharrock in 1965, Yvonne Waters and Raelene Eaton in 1974, Juanita Nielsen in 1975, Trudie Adams in 1978, Debbie Ashby in 1987, Revelle Balmain in 1994.
Caroline Byrne in 1995, the Bega schoolgirl murders in 1997, and the Claremont killings in Perth the same year. More recently, there was Eurydice Dixon, a twenty-two-year-old comedian who was raped and murdered, her body discovered the next morning on the grass of a Melbourne football field.
All of these women and girls were white.
The stories about lost white girls in Australia began with them being swallowed up by the wilderness, yet gradually they became the target of men. The outdoors was seen as having a different effect on males.
They would appear like an evil derivative of the nation’s “mateship” culture, like John Jarratt’s Mick in Wolf Creek and the opposite of Paul Hogan’s Mick in Crocodile Dundee.
The inhospitable land did not appear to reflect the brutality of the men who inhabited, colonized, and murdered on it. Instead, it seemed to act through the men, like Mademoiselle de Poitiers observed at Hanging Rock.
The term “weird melancholy” is often used to describe a feeling of deep sadness. This type of emotion is particularly strange because it can be difficult to pinpoint its exact cause.
It can be a combination of several things, such as a sense of loneliness, a feeling of being lost, or even a sense of guilt. Whatever the origin of this feeling, it can be a difficult emotion to cope with and can have a lasting impact on a person’s mental health.
Marcus Clarke, the novelist, coined the phrase “weird melancholy” in 1876 to capture the essence of what we now call Australian Gothic.
This distinct Gothic sensibility, brought over from Europe during the nineteenth century, developed its own unique characteristics in the antipodes.
Unlike the traditional haunted houses and ruined castles, the Australian version of the Gothic was based in the country’s lack of visible ruins.
The land itself was seen as primitive, with trees that shed bark instead of leaves, swans that appeared black and Christmas celebrated in the summertime. Clarke wrote that “the Australian mountain forests are funereal, secret, stern.
Their solitude is desolation. They seem to stifle, in their black gorges, a story of sullen despair.”
The late nineteenth century saw the peak of the Australian Gothic, when tales of missing children began to become popular. It is an aesthetic of violence and brutality.
As Ken Gelder and Rachel Weaver, editors of an anthology of colonial Gothic, put it: “For colonial Australian Gothic, the bush typically represents disorientation and death for settlers, as if the idea of settlement can never be fully realized.”
Even before Freud wrote about the uncanny, Australian authors were producing stories of desecrated burial grounds, corpses being dug from the ground, and murder victims coming back to haunt those who took their lives.
These narratives usually take place in the bush and are observed through the eyes of settlers in an unfamiliar environment.
Despite the melancholic narrative that Australian writers, musicians and filmmakers often adorn the landscape with, it has become a national sentiment that the bush is a place linked to the distinctive and esteemed character of the nation.
This contrast is artfully articulated in Henry Lawson’s 1892 tale. “The Bush Undertaker” where the protagonist is presented with a peculiar occurrence; a Christmas Day spent consuming his deceased friend’s rum, exhuming the remains of an Aboriginal man and then being followed by a “greasy black goanna”
– a reptilian symbol of the dead man’s spirit, so spooky it even frightens the dog.
However, Lawson also alludes to the bush being the origin of something quintessentially Australian, referring to it as the “nurse and tutor of eccentric minds, the home of the weird, and of much that is different from things in other lands.”
Politicians still venture out into the outback during election campaigns in order to reach out to the voting public.
They extol the egalitarian attitude of the rural areas and thank the farmers for the resources they provide, such as wheat, gold and sugar.
They swear that their policies are authentic and try to demonstrate a genuine belief in the Australian spirit of “the fair go” by wearing Akubra hats and standing on a farm in the midst of the eucalyptus and the drought-stricken plains.
They also praise the strong bond of mateship that can be found in the bush. The men greet each other with large handshakes and a hearty, though menacing, “Good to see you, mate.”
Politicians recognize that the country’s spirit is born in the bush, even if not many people actually reside there. Men and their companions carried out the work of the bush–companions constructed the farms, herded the sheep, and chopped down the trees.
This labor formed an individual’s character, making Australians unique, but still British at heart with a tanned complexion. Unfortunately, women were not accepted as “mates” in the bush mythology.
In 1806, the Reverend Samuel Marsden, concerned about the morality of convicts in Sydney, sent a document to the British government which he called the Female Register.
This register listed the total number of British women in the colony and classified them into categories that he thought were fitting. He reported that, with the exception of two widows, there were 395 wives and 1,035 “concubines” in Sydney.
In early Australia, the role of women was defined by their practicality: they could either be a wife, who would maintain domestic order and uphold the nation’s moral code, or a prostitute.
Don Watson, in his book The Bush: Travels in the Heart of Australia, expressed his sentiment that “the women of the bush are left without much of a say or opportunity to act on their own.”
He saw them as tackling the situation, enduring, and caring for the children, with their skin taking on a bronze hue from the sun; they were viewed as representing something, rather than having the chance to do something.
Despite the intent for the school uniform to represent something to the community, it has not been effective in protecting the female body.
In Lucy Frost’s 1984 anthology No Place for a Nervous Lady: Voices from the Australian Bush, women from the colonial era give an account of their lives, which were often lonely, isolated, and in danger of violence.
Annie Baxter encountered her husband with an Aboriginal woman as his mistress in a shed. Sarah Davenport, in her journey with her husband from Sydney to the Ovens River, was threatened by men and had to arm herself with a carving knife for defense.
Penelope Selby wrote to her mother that, “Men, gentle and simple–are rather fond of beating their wives,” and shared a report of a man who killed his wife six months after marriage.
In the works of fiction created by Australian female authors during this era, rape and murder are notably absent.
The landscape instead holds a sense of dread. Rosa Praed’s 1891 story “The Bunyip” provides an example of this, with a group of white settlers sitting around a campfire hearing “wild thrilling sounds” like the cry of a dying animal or a child in pain.
Thinking it might be the Bunyip, a mythical creature of Australia, they investigate only to find the corpse of a young girl named Nancy. One of the men says that she was known for her love of exploring, often going out with a nobbler.
He laments that the bell-bird, which she loved to hear, has rung her home.
Nancy is a representation of the Australian lost girl; she is a symbol of the good and pure qualities of the country. She has a seemingly magical connection to the land, and she is seemingly fearless.
Unfortunately, Nancy is taken away by the bush because she was too trusting and not wary enough. It is a shame, as she should have stayed where she belonged, not venturing out into the wilderness.
This section addresses the protection of Miranda rights.
When I was thirteen, I returned to Hanging Rock with my father. Although it was spring, it was difficult to tell.
At that point, I was aware that Picnic at Hanging Rock was a work of fiction, and I felt my previous enthusiasm for the novel was immature. I had become sullen and morose, like many teenagers.
We ascended the rock, and it was an acceptable experience. There was nothing special about it; it was as if we were simply taking a stroll through the drab bushland. I was not expecting to find anything remarkable. My hair covered my eyes.
When we arrived back to the base of the rock, my dad stopped off at the visitors’ center and purchased us sandwiches.
There was nobody around. We sat on benches with a wooden table and ate in silence. My dad’s emotions could quickly change and he would slip into periods of anger, which I could feel more than actually observe.
As I ate my lunch, my dad got up and headed towards the garbage can, his back rigid with strain.
At that time, a magpie abruptly flew at my dad from a tree. He dashed to the vehicle and I followed. The bird flew away and we were left in the car, breathing heavily as my father had blood on the back of his head.
He started the engine and we drove off. We later assumed that the attack happened due to it being the start of spring when the birds are very defensive of their young. We figured there must have been a nest in the tree.
Though it was bizarre and unexpected, it seemed inevitable that something so aggressive would occur in the bush at Hanging Rock.
In 1966, during a midwinter week in her home on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula, Joan Lindsay conceived the plot of her book, Picnic at Hanging Rock.
She was nearly seventy and wrote it quickly, which she later described to her agent as being “like a demon”. Born five years prior to the formation of Australia, Lindsay had spent her summers visiting Hanging Rock.
Woodend and Macedon, in the foothills of the Great Dividing Range, were popular destinations for Melbourne’s affluent due to the refreshing breezes that broke up the sweltering heat of January and February.
Many grand colonial homes and English gardens were built in the towns, with Hanging Rock in full sight.
Lindsay always felt that there was something elemental and genuine about the story she created in her dreams, as if it had been written without her own input.
As Janelle McCulloch states in Beyond the Rock: The Life of Joan Lindsay and the Mystery of Picnic at Hanging Rock , when the book was published, junior editors were intrigued by the “right blend of ‘truth’ and fiction” in the story.
People were so enthralled by the narrative that they began to believe it was based on a real event. For years, the lack of documentation of the case was attributed to a fire at a police station in Woodend.
However, there is no evidence of missing schoolgirls in The Age , The Argus , or The Woodend Star from February 1900, or from the five years before and after.
Although no schoolgirls ever vanished from Hanging Rock, Lindsay acted like it had occurred, which made the situation more peculiar.
Anne-Louise Lambert, who played the otherworldly Miranda in the movie by Weir, remembered when they filmed the ascent of the girls. As they climbed the rock, a dreamlike oddness took them over.
One scene featured Miranda raising her hand to obscure her face, similar to the lost girl in McCubbin’s painting. The shot of Miranda was combined with a picture of the rock in silhouette, suggesting the girl and the environment combined.
The girls took off their stockings, one of them danced barefoot on a rock, flies flew around exposed skin, and a reptile crawled by unheeded.
The film suggested that the stone had a strong enough draw on the girls to make them take off those black pantyhose. “Everything starts and finishes at the right time and the right place,” said Miranda.
Then she looked upward. “Look,” she said. But we don’t know what she was looking at.
It took several takes to finish the scene, and afterwards Lambert wandered away from the cast and crew into the bush, still dressed in her costume.
“I was incredibly moved,” Lambert recounted to McCulloch. “It had all been too much, and I was near tears. Out of the corner of my eye, I spotted a woman making her way across the rocky terrain towards me. I recognized her as the author, Joan Lindsay.
I stepped forward to offer her my hand, but she just came up to me, embraced me, and said in a very emotional voice: ‘Oh Miranda, it’s been so long!’ She was quivering. I was taken aback and replied politely, ‘It’s me, Joan; it’s Anne.
It’s so nice to meet you.’ But she waved off my words and just kept repeating ‘Miranda’ as she held me close. So I hugged her back… To her, I was someone she had once known, someplace in time.”
Sometimes, bad luck can befall a person simply by being in the wrong place at the wrong time.
In September 2012, the mysterious disappearance of a young woman occurred on a lively street in Melbourne. Jill Meagher, an employee of ABC Radio, was out with friends at a bar on Sydney Road in the Brunswick area.
She set off for her home on foot around midnight, expecting to arrive in ten minutes. Nevertheless, when her husband awoke in the morning, she had yet to arrive.
Her disappearance quickly made headlines, as ABC staff took to social media to plead for any information on her location. Everywhere from television news to online sites to newspapers featured her story as the lead article.
During my final year of university, my main focus was the disappearance of Jill Meagher. All I did that week was immerse myself in the search for fresh news of her.
It had a deeper, personal resonance for me. As a child, I had often gone with my father to the Brunswick area, and a few months before her death, I had recently broken up with a man who lived in Melbourne.
We had gone out in Sydney Road and I had been to the bar she had left that Saturday morning. Seeing the scenes of Sydney Road being broadcast around the country brought back memories of my younger self walking up and down the street.
During that week, I phoned my mother who had gone away on a trip and informed her concerning Meagher’s vanishing.
I explained to her how disturbed I was by the news, how I was obsessively refreshing the headlines and examining for fresh facts in a matter I had become totally engrossed in. In response, she said to me, “This is to your age what Anita Cobby was to mine.”
In 1986, an evening in Sydney saw a 26-year-old nurse disappear from work. Her parents wasted no time in notifying the authorities after the fact, and submitted a missing-person report.
A mere two days passed before a farmer in the semi rural area of Prospect noticed his cows in a seemingly odd, circling pattern.
Upon further investigation, the farmer made a horrific discovery – the badly mutilated body of Anita Cobby, the former Miss Western Suburbs Charity Queen.
She had been subjected to physical abuse and sexual assault, her fingers were lacerated to the bone and her throat had been slashed.
Cobby bled to death in the grass, and her face was featured in every magazine and newspaper in Sydney for the following week.
A week later, five men were apprehended and charged with her murder.
Reports indicated that the two main perpetrators, John Travers and Michael Murdoch, were criminals who had the notion that having sexual intercourse with the same woman at one time would reinforce their bond as “blood brothers”.
The men had seized Cobby suddenly as she was walking home and it was just a coincidence that she was in the wrong place at the wrong time.
The country was terrorized by Cobby’s death. In her book Sydney, Delia Falconer remembers her fear of walking alone during the night after the incident. She commented: “We could have faced the same fate as Cobby, had luck not been on our side”.
My mother, of the same age as Cobby, was haunted by the thought of this young woman passing away in a paddock in total darkness, quietness, and seclusion.
It was always Cobby that my mother reminded me of when she was worried about my safety. On more than one occasion, she would tell me: “What happened to her could happen to you”. Until Jill Meagher’s death, that was the case.
Adrian Bayley, a brawny redheaded man who had been paroled for the rape of several prostitutes, was found to be the one who killed Jill Meagher.
He had abducted her on Sydney Road and raped her three times. When she attempted to call the police, he violently ended her life. Subsequently, he put her body in the trunk of his car, drove it away from Melbourne, and buried her in a hole beside a road in the bush.
There were pictures of the police digging her up at dawn. The sunlight on the grass, the flowers swaying in the wind, the forensics team crouched around the two trees as they removed her corpse from the ground.
It seemed inevitable that she would be found in the bush, I thought. She could not have been located anyplace else.
At the site where Meagher’s body had been found, a memorial was erected and it was accompanied by an outpouring of public grief.
Sydney Road was filled with people marching and flowers were laid out in front of the bridal shop where the CCTV footage showed Meagher’s first encounter with her attacker.
There were tears shed by many on the streets, and women were scared to be alone in the dark. A friend of mine remembers that after Meagher passed away, she made her boyfriend accompany her on the way home, out of fear.
In the wake of Jill Meagher’s death, my behavior changed drastically.
I started taking reckless, lengthy strolls late at night. I drank to the point of memory loss and roamed the streets, my phone dying in my pocket. I didn’t let my mom know when I’d be back home.
It was in September 1990 when Colleen Walker, a sixteen-year-old indigenous girl, left a party in the Aboriginal mission close to the town of Bowraville.
Her mother reported this to the local police and offered them a photograph of her daughter. To this, one of the officers asked, “Did she go walkabout?”
Later on, while speaking to a Parliamentary committee exploring the incident, Walker’s mother commented that she “thought they would actually take… a statement from me or something but he didn’t even do any of that.”
The whereabouts of Walker’s remains have yet to be determined, however, her clothing was located by a fisherman in the Nambucca River and tied down with weights.
There was not much attention broadcasted regarding the case until 2016, when a podcast titled Bowraville discussed her and two other aboriginal children who had vanished in the same area from 1990-1991.
Only one individual has ever been implicated in the said incidents; and even up to the present, he still has not faced the court. Walker’s disappearance was never an issue that grabbed the country’s attention.
Ernest Favenc’s 1899 narrative, “Doomed,” follows the story of six men who travel to the bush and stake a claim on a piece of land.
Upon coming across a camp of Aboriginal women and children, one of the men impulsively shoots at them. The majority of the targets flee, except for one woman who is nursing her baby and thus unable to move.
Both the woman and her infant are struck by the bullets. As she dies, the Aboriginal woman curses the men before them.
Over the following years, each of the men meets an untimely death–fever, shipwreck, or being thrown from a horse. Before passing away, each man is visited by the spirit of the woman, carrying her baby in her arms.
This narrative has been a memorable one for me as a prime, non-allegorical example of the Australian Gothic. It illustrates quite evidently the outcomes of our actions. It reveals the phantoms that have been kept in the shadows.
The untold part of the stories regarding certain missing white ladies and females is the comprehensive violence inflicted on indigenous people, mainly indigenous women, since the English touched down in Australia over two hundred years back.
These were the women who were omitted from the folklore, the anonymous women, the lubras like the one Annie Baxter witnessed her husband making his mistress behind a shed.
Aboriginal women in Australia are disproportionately the victims of homicide.
In 2016, they were 37 times more likely to be hospitalized due to family-related and domestic assault, and in the Northern Territory, where the highest proportion of indigenous people lives, the rate was 86 times higher than the rest of the nation.
It is not just those directly involved who are affected, but everyone: victims, witnesses, relatives, and perpetrators.
Despite the prevalence of this violence, both literal and structural, Aboriginal women have been speaking out about it for years, but it is only when the issue is addressed without white Australia’s involvement that anyone listens.
As journalist Amy McQuire explains, the ‘silence’ is not the issue–it is that no one listens.
In 1898, an enquiry was initiated to look into the allegations against station proprietor Walter Nairn and his three nieces.
It was alleged that he had committed immoral acts against Aboriginal women who resided and worked on his property. In a rare occurrence, his young nieces, all white females, were also accused of complicity.
In the end, the examination found the nieces to be blameless as they had been unaware of, or had not noticed, the events that were taking place “down in the gully and just outside the garden walk.”
The myth Australia had created would prevent the nieces from being aware of the sexual violence against Aboriginal women in their homes.
Reverend Marsden’s distinction between wife and concubine was the basis of the colonial project in Australia, but the role of wife gradually encompassed all that was moral, pure, and good about white Australian femininity.
In the telling of the lost girl’s story, much of the truth of the harm was hidden; the belief that it was white women who were defenseless and weak, and the real victims of the nation’s gloominess.
Masked the fact that white women were not just complicit in the systematic mistreatment of indigenous people but also gained from it.
Therefore, no true appraisal of the past was needed.
Rather, we developed a mythology of white innocence and vulnerability–the same mythology that is fundamental to white-supremacist beliefs everywhere.
We conveyed to white women that being scared would keep them secure: that the appropriate level of fear would protect them from the unfamiliar person in the street, from the obscurity of the wilderness.
From becoming the type of woman who would leave nothing behind aside from a collection of clothing outside an elementary school’s entrance.
This fear was instructed as a form of logical reasoning, passed from one person to another, from sister to sister, from mother to daughter.
Educating fear, and understanding its teachings, was depicted as a form of accountability, rather than the violence it was and remains to be.
For many years, “The Precipice” by Judith Wright has been stuck above my desk. It narrates the story of a mother who dresses her little ones, finds a driver, and takes them out into the pitch-black, moonless bush.
With the help of a torch, she moves along the path until she reaches the brink of a cliff. Then, out of love for her children, she holds them tight and jumps.
This poem captures my attention not because it glorifies a tragic killing, but because it portrays both female empowerment and irresponsibility.
The protagonist is not passive; there is no magical bell-bird singing nor the song of the volcanic rock that only she can understand.
It is her decision, a distressing one, yet it could be argued that nothing is more human than the violence resulting from such decisions. For Wright, it isn’t the bush’s sorrowfulness that is the issue, but the sorrowfulness and brutality of the people living within it.
Wright pointed out that the natural landscape in Australia acts as a representation of the inner reality of the nation.
She saw the contrast between the positive and negative symbolism of the bush as a manifestation of a repressed trauma:
The difficulties that came with trying to conquer a land that had been largely untouched and undisturbed until recently, and the dispossession of the aboriginal people that went with it.
This, she said, was a kind of ‘bloodless murder’ even where no physical violence was committed.
It was revealed that inquiring of the bush why something as gorgeous could be the cause of such malice was not the appropriate inquiry. It was not the view that was disheartened, peculiar, or able to corrupt its people and devour its women.
It was humanity.
One year after Jill Meagher’s demise, I relocated to New York from Sydney.
Never before had I experienced such liberty – I could wander for hours, attend plays and movies unaccompanied, eat out by myself, and even enter bars without any unsafe feelings. Once, my mom called me while I was sitting in the window of a bar by the Graham Avenue L stop.
When I told her where I was, she was alarmed. “Please be careful,” she said. “Ladies should not go to bars by themselves.”
Despite the fact that it was highly improbable for Anita Cobby and Jill Meagher’s experiences to occur to me, my mother, or anyone I am familiar with, it still made an impact.
The narratives we heard as we were growing up made us feel that women were weak and at risk from the malevolence of unfamiliar people.
Even though the data showed that we had a greater chance of being killed by something we consume or the vehicles we drive, or even by partners we are intimate with in private.
As a child, I often rebelled against my mother’s anxiousness, traversing zoos without a map, scaling treacherous lava formations, strolling for hours in the night, but I was never unafraid.
Really, I’m not so distinct from my mum. We were both terrified of being abandoned like an old outfit on a playground at dawn, vanished into a boundless Unknown Field where it was eternally dark and freezing, where people indulged in alcohol and sex, and no one was safe.
Prior to my relocation to New York, I spent a day packing up all the items I no longer needed into garbage bags.
This included aged documents, periodicals that I wouldn’t be reading a second time, and clothing that was too worn and tattered to donate.
I then took the trash bags down to the bins, wheeled the bins to the curb, and left them out for the City of Sydney to pick up while I was asleep.
When I stepped out of the house the following day I was surprised to find a pair of my own women’s underwear, faded and torn, lying crotch-up in the middle of Elizabeth Street. I just stood there, transfixed.
It took me a moment to comprehend that these were in fact my own. I had always thought that when I disappeared one day, there would be something left behind like a garment in a back field or a shred of fabric at Hanging Rock, which would lead someone to my whereabouts.
But this wasn’t a signifier or an omen. I simply hadn’t secured the trash bags tightly enough. I pushed the underwear to the side and continued my walk.
Though the wind rustled through the trees and the birds chirped above, it had nothing to do with the strange and melancholic feelings I had.
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My idea is to ignore London and the 19th century, disregarding the concept that the worth of Dickens’ later or more developed works are the first examples of this notion.
It could be argued that Charles Dickens is the greatest animal novelist of all time. For more information on this topic, take a look at this article.
The idea of being totally forgotten can be frightening, but it can also bring a certain level of comfort when considering the gentlemen in the song. These men,
Forgetfulness is the focus of a group of well-attired men who sing songs. Check it out!
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From the tomb of the diver (Peastum 500-433 BC) the first detail shows a blue arm gracefully and radiantly floating from person to person on a billowy layer of clouds. Beneath it
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In 1964, at the peak of the happening Swinging London, Charles McColl Portis filled Karl Marx’s previous role. Now, in the same year that he celebrates his seventieth birthday, Portis was thirty.
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Kumar Pallana has had a long and varied professional history as an actor, acrobat, philosopher and an expert in the traditional Indian martial art of kalaripayattu. His accomplishments through the decades have been many and varied.
More information can be found at Culture.org, which features an interview with Kumar Pallana.
An extensive overview of literature written for young readers can be found here. A journey through the history of this genre can be taken, from the earliest works to the modern day. It is an interesting examination of the evolution of literature for a younger audience.
Three albums have been created by Beth Orton–Trailer Park, Central Reservation, and most recently, Daybreaker. As no description of the musical composition will be provided here, it can be assumed that the sound is already known.
The following is an interview with Beth Orton, which can be found here.
In his essay “Confessions of a Book Reviewer,” George Orwell presents a picture of the typical book reviewer as a weary, aged novelist clad in a dingy robe, his eyes swollen from reading.
Take joy in the knowledge that you can believe in yourself and maintain a strong attitude. To do so, be sure to do a lot of reading. Read more here.
The adjective laconic is used to describe someone who is brief, sharp, curt, and to the point. A person who is taciturn is usually known to be habitually quiet and not prone to speaking.
Sociopathy is an illness of the personality which causes someone to behave in an aggressively antisocial way.
One can explore the exploration of Badlands to gain a better insight into the concept of American innocence.
The Golden Gate Bridge, with its two forts on either end, has a history of protection. The Presidio, constructed during the Civil War, was used as an Army base, while Fort Cronkhite, built during the Cold War, was used as a rocket launcher.
One of the most vociferously opposed prospective wars in history was the subject of intense scrutiny and critique. Click here to learn more.
No cost is involved when claiming a concept is original.
Further information can be accessed by clicking on the link to Culture.org’s Idea Share from March 2003.
Picture a plane, soaring through the blackness of the night. Kids below can be seen gamboling in the middle of the blossoming magnolia’s wide branches. Peeping through the foliage, they keep an eye on the jet slowly passing by.
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While I was in college, one of my dearest friends fell ill and developed peculiar white nodules in his throat. He was standing in front of me, looking concerned.
I recently came across an article about the work of Nicholson Baker. This piece brought to my attention the incredible writing of this author.
If you’re a bibliophile that doesn’t often have the opportunity to read your beloved novels, then maybe someone in your social group (or book club) has suggested it.
For more information, please check out this link.
Any word that can be read the same backwards and forwards is called a palindrome. For example, “wow” and “did”. However, these are not the only type of palindromes – they can also be seen in phrases and sentences.
For further exploration, please check out this article on Colin Dickey’s analysis of palindromes and madness.
In the mid-20th century, a new kind of art emerged: Abstract Expressionism. This movement placed emphasis on the artist’s personal expression, making it the first of its kind in America.
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It can be confidently asserted that the game Night in The Woods, created by Infinite Fall and brought out by Finji, has the potential to be unforgettable in 2017.
Check out an article on Culture.org that delves into the spine-tingling dread associated with a night in the woods.
Rachel Rabbit White desires the decriminalization of sex work as well as the wellbeing of her friends, which is something that capitalism cannot provide. It is an endless celebration where individuals are only toiling, operating the machines.
For further information, view this interview with Rachel Rabbit White
My initial captivation with Andrew Garfield and his accomplishments did not stem from his leading part in the two big-budget Amazing Spider-Man films (2012, 2014) or the renowned laptop-smashing scene.
An exclusive conversation with Andrew Garfield can be found at Culture.org.
The ability to reword text without changing the underlying meaning is a crucial skill to have. It’s necessary to alter the structure of the original writing so that plagiarism can be avoided.
Doing this requires a deep understanding of the text and its context in order to maintain the semantic meaning.
It is possible to avoid plagiarism by transforming the structure of a text without altering the context or semantic significance. This can be done by rearranging the words and phrases in a way that is still true to the original meaning.
Rather than simply copying, the process of removing plagiarism can be achieved by altering the structure of the text without changing the context or the semantic meaning. Keeping the same idea, but using different words and phrases, can ensure that no plagiarism exists.
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My recommendation is to put London and the nineteenth century out of our minds for the present. We should also not be so sure of the idea of the “late” or “mature” Dickens–the first sign of which is
It could be argued that Charles Dickens is the best animal novelist of all time. Read more to discover why.
The notion of being entirely forgotten can be intimidating, yet it can also be oddly calming in the situation of the men in the tune who are dressed in a smart fashion. These men,
One can find well-attired males singing tunes of oblivion at Culture.org.
In March 2003, an effort was set in motion. Further details can be found here.
At the tomb of the diver (Peastum 500-433 BC), the upper part of the image shows an arm in blue, dancing its way through a chance encounter with strangers on a field of clouds. The lower part of the image is below.
Further information can be found at Culture.org, where details on the Tomb of the Diver are provided.
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One can find a humorous version of the classic author Cormac McCarthy by visiting this website!
For decades, Kumar Pallana has showcased a range of talents, acting, acrobatics, philosophy, and even mastery in the Indian fighting art of kalaripayattu.
To learn more, check out this interview with Kumar Pallana.
One can explore a historical journey through literature for younger readers by visiting Culture.org . A comprehensive examination of the development of books for a young audience can be found there, making it a great resource for those who are interested in the topic.
The iconic British singer-songwriter, Beth Orton, has released three records over the course of her career – Trailer Park, Central Reservation, and most recently Daybreaker.
No attempt to describe the sound of her music will be made here, as it is assumed that you are well aware of her style.
Discovering more information about Beth Orton can be achieved by reading an interview conducted with her.
In his essay “Confessions of a Book Reviewer,” George Orwell depicts a rather dismal picture of the everyday book reviewer, portraying them as an aged and beleaguered fiction writer wearing a decrepit robe.
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A few words that are often used to describe a person’s attitude and approach to life are: laconic, which means terse and to the point; taciturn, meaning a person who is not inclined to talk; and sociopathic, describing a person with a psychopathic personality who is aggressively antisocial.
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Two fortifications can be found at the end of the Golden Gate Bridge – the Presidio, a Civil War-era Army base, and Fort Cronkhite, a Cold War rocket launcher.
For those wishing to gain further insight, here is an article that provides an overview of the most pre-protested potential war in history.
No charge is taken for any concept presumed to be initial.
Go to the Culture.org webpage to find out more about the Idea Share event in March 2003.
As the night sky darkens, the children below peek through the branches of the magnolia tree, its outstretched arms seeming to embrace them. In the distance, a plane glides through the air, its presence a reminder of the beauty of the night.
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When I was in university, one of my dearest acquaintances got ill and exhibited strange white lumps in his throat. He was standing in front of me looking alarmed and in pain.
I contemplated the small part of Nicholson Baker that exists within me after visiting the Culture website.
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Enduring can be quite a challenge. Existence is often filled with trying circumstances that necessitate us to maintain our steadfastness and strength. It may be a complicated bond, a strenuous job, or a hard situation that calls for us to remain resolute.
Check out this article for more information about holding on.
Let’s imagine that I am up three hours prior to the start of the day, unsuccessfully trying to compose the beginning of this essay while still in a pre-wake state. Let us presume that the essay is going to
Amber Husain is very eager to begin the next chapter of her life, as reported on culture.org.
When one hears the phrase “notes in the margin,” it often brings to mind teachers adding remarks to student papers or readers underlining parts of a volume. This is a powerful technique for retaining and emphasizing information.
One can find more information here. Taking a look at this page can provide additional insight.
My initial discovery of Vi Khi Nao’s writing came about through her 2016 novel, Fish in Exile, which details a marriage’s deterioration following the loss of a couple’s two children in a drowning incident.
Find out more information by reading an interview with Vi Khi Nao here.
Julia’s presence is ubiquitous in our home. As we recline, we feel her visage; we lay our heads to rest beneath her plushness; when we greet the morning, her countenance is framed and in sight.
To gain more insight, one can take a look at some of Julia Roberts’ memorabilia. Read More Here.
The effects of climate change are far-reaching and often devastating, with extreme weather events, rising sea levels, and melting polar ice caps among its most visible signs.
In addition, it can lead to a wide range of other consequences, including decreased crop yields, increased water shortages, and the loss of biodiversity. All of these can have a significant impact on human life and livelihoods.
The way in which technology has impacted education is tremendous. It has revolutionized the learning process, providing students with access to a wealth of resources that can help them excel in their studies.
It has also offered educators a plethora of tools to facilitate instruction and improve the quality of the educational experience. In sum, the impact of technology in the classroom has been far-reaching and incredibly beneficial.
It is possible to avoid any plagiarism by transforming the structure of the text without affecting the context and the semantic meaning. This can be done by rewording the text and maintaining the same markdown formatting.
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My recommendation is to not concern yourself with London, the 19th century, or the theory that the “late” or “mature” Dickens is of value – an idea that first appeared in the record.
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It can be rather intimidating to contemplate the idea of being completely forgotten. Yet, the concept of oblivion offers a degree of comfort when it comes to the “well-dressed men” in the song. These men,
For those seeking a reprieve from the world, well-dressed men sing songs of oblivion. Read More »
Further information can be found at Culture.org regarding events that started in March 2003.
From the tomb of the diver in Paestum (500-433 BC) there is an illustration of a blue arm gracefully dancing from person to person, seeming to ride on a blanket of clouds. Below it lies…
Further information can be found at Culture.org, regarding the detail from the Tomb of the Diver.
In 1964, during the time of the “Swinging London” movement, Charles McColl Portis, who turns seventy this year, was thirty and held the same position as Karl Marx once did.
To find something similar to Cormac McCarthy, but with a humorous twist, one should check out this article. It promises to be a unique and entertaining experience.
A man of many abilities, Kumar Pallana has had a long-standing career with him being an actor, acrobat, philosopher, and skilled practitioner of kalaripayattu, an Indian martial art.
For more information, have a look at the interview with Kumar Pallana that can be found at Culture.org.
A look into the past of books for children can be found here. Tracing back through time, we can explore the rich history and development of literature created for young readers.
Three albums have been created by Beth Orton–Trailer Park, Central Reservation, and, most recently, Daybreaker. No attempt will be made to describe the music as you are already familiar with it.
To learn more about Beth Orton, check out this interview.
According to George Orwell’s essay “Confessions of a Book Reviewer,” the typical book reviewer is depicted as an elderly, fatigued author who wears a shabby robe, in a seemingly Sisyphean fashion.
People can find joy, faith, and vigor by reading deeply. Read More Here »
The adjective “laconic” is used to describe that which is brief, pointed, succinct, pithy and terse. The adjective “taciturn” is used to designate those who are typically not very talkative, and who tend to be quiet and reserved.
“Sociopathic” is an adjective derived from the noun “psychopathic personality”, which is characterized by behavior that is hostile towards society.
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The Golden Gate Bridge has fortifications at either end. At one end lies the Presidio, a bastion from the Civil War-era Army. The other, Fort Cronkhite, was a Cold War-era rocket launcher. Both of the forts are positioned at the bridge’s endpoints.
One can find much evidence of the most protested impending war in history when reading through Culture.org. Many individuals spoke out against it prior to it actually taking place.
No cost is associated with the originality of each concept.
One can find more information here, a place to share ideas that was created in March 2003.
As the children play among the blooming magnolia, their eyes catch sight of an airplane soaring across the night sky. Its silhouette is illuminated against the inky darkness.
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Back when I was in college, I had a close friend who became ill and developed peculiar white nodules in his throat. He stood in front of me, worried about the changes in his body.
I’ve been reflecting a lot lately on the influence of Nicholson Baker’s works on my life.
The contemporary American poet Rae Armantrout has been widely acclaimed and has received a great deal of recognition, including the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry. Her work is renowned for its remarkable quality.
For further information, please go to Culture.org to read more about Rae Armantrout.
DESCRIPTORS: You can call them hams. You can call them my milkers. They are my thighs, and these are the blows two of my boyfriends gave them. I confess that I wasn’t ready. Still, the words were spoken in…
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In March 2020, my partner traveled from Brooklyn to Las Vegas, unaware that this would be the last time they’d have to bridge the distance between us.
Gaining insight into Jackson Galaxy is available through an interview found at Culture.org. Further details can be found by clicking the link.
At the tender age of eighteen, Pat Metheny had already distinguished himself as a professor of jazz guitar and a remarkable musician by the time he had reached his twenties. His unique and melodious voice has helped to shape the sound of modern music.
A few years ago, an illustration from a nineteenth-century German comic magazine gained notoriety on the internet. Depending on the angle, one can either see a duck or something else entirely.
Individuals can find out more information by visiting the website culture.org to learn about Mallika Rao and her work on “Three Bodies in Texas”.
I was abruptly forced to take on the role of a stay-at-home father when the daycare that N attended had to close down. This left me with the task of providing for the well-being and development of my one and a half year old daughter.
For additional information, please visit Culture.org and explore the topic of songs from our childhood.
It is possible to avoid plagiarism by altering the structure of a piece of writing without compromising the context or the meaning of the text. This can be done by rearranging the words and sentences, ensuring that the markdown formatting is retained.
The potential of artificial intelligence (AI) technology to revolutionize the way we live and work is widely recognized. It is being increasingly used to automate tasks and processes, allowing us to maximize efficiency and reduce costs.
AI can also be used to make decisions based on data that would be too complex for humans to understand. Ultimately, AI can help us make better decisions, faster and more accurately.
The various components of the digital marketing strategy must be carefully evaluated and implemented in order for it to be successful. It is essential to look at the different elements and ensure their appropriate execution for the desired results.
A comprehensive assessment of the different components is key in realizing digital marketing success.
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My recommendation is to put aside thoughts of London, the nineteenth century, and the idea that only the later works of Dickens are of the most value – a concept that is first seen in evidence.
It has been argued that Charles Dickens is the greatest animal novelist of all time. Learn More Here.
The idea of oblivion–which is to be completely forgotten–can be intimidating. Yet, oddly it can be soothing in relation to the well-attired men in the tune. These men,
Gentlemen donning their best attire sang tunes for oblivion.
In March 2003, something was in the works at Culture.org.
The tomb of the diver from Peastum (500-433 BC) presents an image of an arm in a blue ballet, its luck of clouds leading it from one stranger to another. Below this scene lies…
For more information, one can visit Culture.org to learn about the detail from the Tomb of the Diver.
In the mid-1960s, when London witnessed the rise of Swinging London, Charles McColl Portis held the same job that had been held by Karl Marx decades prior. At the age of thirty, Portis (who is celebrating his seventieth birthday this year) was working there.
Check out the article entitled “Like Cormac McCarthy, But Funny“, which offers an entertaining take on the acclaimed author.
Kumar Pallana has had a long-lasting career, where he has demonstrated his many gifts. He has been an actor, acrobat, philosopher and has mastered the ancient Indian martial art of kalaripayattu.
A discussion with Kumar Pallana can be found here.
A look back at the development of literature for young people can be found here. Examining the history of works written for youngsters reveals an exciting narrative of progress.
The singer Beth Orton has released three albums–Trailer Park, Central Reservation, and Daybreaker. It is unnecessary to explain the sound of her music, as it is already known.
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In his essay “Confessions of a Book Reviewer,” George Orwell paints a picture of the typical book reviewer as an aging fiction author, their eyes pouchy and appearing far older than their years, draped in a disheveled robe resembling a modern-day Sisyphus.
The term “Laconic” is used to describe something that is brief, punchy, and to the point.
Meanwhile, “Taciturn” describes someone who is habitually silent and not inclined to engage in conversation. Lastly, “Sociopathic” is used to refer to someone who displays a psychopathic personality that is aggressively antisocial.
For more details on the topic of Badlands and the Innocence of American Innocence, please visit the aforementioned link.
Located at the two ends of the Golden Gate Bridge are two forts – the Presidio, a Civil War-era Army base, and Fort Cronkhite, a Cold War rocket launcher.
Before any military engagement took place, the potential war that could have taken place in the past has been met with massive public demonstrations, making it the most pre-protested conflict in history.
It is assumed that all ideas are unique and that there is no cost associated with them.
As the velvety night sky is traversed by an airplane, children below are playing hide-and-seek among the outstretched branches of blooming magnolia trees. The jet can be seen sneaking through the foliage as the little ones peek out.
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My college days saw a friend of mine contract a mysterious illness that presented itself with small white bumps in his throat. He appeared in front of me, visibly shaken.
One can find the image of the diminutive Nicholson Baker in my brain by taking a look at this article. It is a representation that I keep in my thoughts.
The use of technology has been an integral part of the development of our society. It has been a huge factor in how we live, work, and even interact with each other.
The advancements in technology have allowed us to become more efficient and productive while also improving our quality of life. From faster communication to improved methods of production, technology has changed the way we go about our daily lives.
The use of technology has had a major effect on society, both positively and negatively. It has enabled an improved quality of life for many, but at the same time has caused disruption to some.
Technology has revolutionized the way we live, from the way we communicate to the way we access information and the way we conduct business.
Nonetheless, it has also had some negative effects, such as the potential for increased social isolation, cyberbullying, and the spread of misinformation.
It is evident that an individual’s background can have a profound impact on their current life. This is especially the case when it comes to the opportunities they have available.
Depending on the area someone is raised in and their family’s resources, they can have access to different kinds of experiences, education, and resources that can help shape their future.
Consequently, it is important to recognize the power of one’s upbringing in terms of affecting their current and future success.
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My suggestion: Do not consider London or the 19th century at this time. Do not focus on the concept that the later works of Dickens are of higher value – a concept that is first seen in the literature.
Charles Dickens is widely regarded as the greatest author of animal-themed stories of all time. This can be seen through his famous works such as Old Curiosity Shop and Gaffer Hexam.
The thought of being totally forgotten can be intimidating, but strangely it can also bring solace in relationship to the men in the song that are dressed well. These people,
Check out this for more info about well-dressed men singing for oblivion.
In March 2003, further progress was made in terms of progress.
The painting on the tomb of the diver from Peastum (500-433 BC) depicts a scene where a blue arm appears to be dancing across a sky of clouds, connecting with people around it. At the bottom of the mural,
Those interested can find more information by visiting Culture.org; it contains a detail from the Tomb of the Diver.
In 1964, during the era of ‘Swinging London’, Charles McColl Portis, who is currently seventy years old, was in possession of Karl Marx’s previous occupation when he was thirty.
For a humorous take on the work of Cormac McCarthy, check out this article. It offers a light hearted perspective on the classic author’s style and works.
Kumar Pallana has had a lengthy career, wherein he has demonstrated his skill in many areas. He has been an actor, a contortionist, a thinker, and a specialist in the Indian martial art form of kalaripayattu.
To gain further insight, one may wish to explore the interview with Kumar Pallana that can be found on Culture.org.
One can gain a deeper insight into the history of literature specifically tailored to young readers by accessing this article.
There are three albums that Beth Orton has created–those being Trailer Park, Central Reservation, and the recently released Daybreaker. To avoid describing the music, it is assumed that the readers know what it sounds like.
In “Confessions of a Book Reviewer,” George Orwell paints a picture of a book critic that is Sisyphean in nature: a novelist of advanced age with puffy eyes and dressed in a worn-out robe.
Be joyous, have faith, be courageous, and study intensively. This is the advice from Culture.org.
A laconic person is characterized by being succinct, precise, and to the point, while someone who is taciturn is known for being reticent and not verbose. Sociopathy is a type of psychopathic personality that is expressed through behavior that is hostile to society.
Further exploration can be undertaken by investigating the topic of Badlands, which reveals the purity of the American experience.
Two forts stand at the extremities of the Golden Gate Bridge – the Presidio, an old Civil War-era Army base, and Fort Cronkhite, a Cold War-era rocket launcher.
The most heavily opposed potential conflict in history can be examined in detail.
No fees are incurred for any notion that is assumed to be original.
For more information, check out this article from Culture.org from March 2003, which outlines ideas for sharing.
As one looks up into the darkness of the night, an airplane can be seen cutting across the sky. From down below, the sight of children playing peeks through the branches of blooming magnolia trees, their outstretched arms providing a view of the jet as it slides by.
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During my college years, one of my closest friends developed mysterious white nodules in his throat. He exhibited the affliction in front of me.
I have been reflecting on the life and works of Little Nicholson Baker, and it has been an interesting journey. I have discovered a great deal about his literature, his career and his life. It has been an enlightening experience, and I have learned much from it.
It is possible to avoid plagiarism by altering the structure of a text without changing its context and meaning.
This can be achieved by using different words and phrases, as well as rearranging sentences and paragraphs. Keeping the original meaning and flow intact is essential when rephrasing.
A connection between the use of digital technology and the development of new skills has been made. It is believed that those who use digital tools can more quickly gain new abilities, whereas those who do not have this access may struggle to learn these skills.
This explains why the use of such technology is becoming increasingly prevalent in educational settings.
It has been observed that those who engage with digital technology are better equipped to acquire new skills. The use of such tools is therefore encouraged in educational settings to help learners develop the necessary skills more quickly.
It is believed that by utilizing digital technology, individuals can gain new abilities at a faster rate than those who do not have access to it.
The effects of climate change can be seen in a variety of ways. One of these is through an increase in the global temperature.
Such a rise in temperature can bring about a variety of changes, such as greater risks of extreme weather events, rising sea levels, and alterations to ecosystems.
Additionally, it could lead to a decrease in agricultural production, further exacerbating the economic, social, and political disruptions that climate change can cause.
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I am suggesting a shift in focus: let us put aside London and the 19th century, and the widely accepted notion that Dickens’ later works are more valuable.
Charles Dickens is often cited as the greatest animal novelist of all time. Read more to find out why.
The thought of being completely forgotten can be overwhelming, yet strangely comforting when considering the men in the song who are dressed well. These individuals,
Attired gentlemen croon melodies of oblivion can be found by clicking the link above.
An investigation has been launched in March 2003 for further exploration.
The tomb of the diver, at Peastum (500-433 BC), has remarkable detail. Above, one can see a blue arm twirling and radiating its way amidst clouds of fortune, transferred from one individual to another.
Beneath the arm is the bottom part of the decoration.
Further information can be found here, if desired.
In 1964, when the Swinging London scene was in full swing, Charles McColl Portis had a position similar to the one Karl Marx had once held. This year, Portis turns seventy, having been thirty back then.
Check out this piece which compares a popular writer to someone who is funny.
For decades, the gifted Kumar Pallana has been active in various fields, including performing, acrobatics, philosophy, and the Indian martial art of kalaripayattu.
An examination of the history of literature specifically tailored to young readers can be found here. Investigating the evolution of writing for the younger demographic is an interesting journey.
The singer Beth Orton has produced three records, these being Trailer Park, Central Reservation, and the latest release, Daybreaker. A description of the music is omitted from this text, as one should be aware of its sound.
The following is a conversation with Beth Orton, a renowned musician. Check it out!
In his essay “Confessions of a Book Reviewer,” George Orwell paints a grim picture of the typical book reviewer – a disheveled and elderly novelist donning a tattered robe with puffy eyes.
It is time to be joyful, have faith, show strength and be a diligent reader. Read On »
A few character traits can be described as: Laconic, which means brief and succinct; Taciturn, referring to someone who is usually quiet; and Sociopathic, used to describe someone whose behavior is aggressively antisocial.
One can explore the themes of Badlands and the innocence of American innocence by reading more. Examining these topics in more depth can be done by delving into the article.
The Golden Gate Bridge has two forts located at either end. One of these is the Presidio, a Civil War-era Army base. The other is Fort Cronkhite, which was used as a Cold War rocket launcher.
It has been noted that the most pre-protested armed conflict in history has been read about.
It is presumed that all concepts are fresh and come without any expense.
Take a look at this link to find out more.
The nocturnal sky is filled with a single plane, while children take refuge beneath the blossoming magnolia trees. They watch in awe as the aircraft travels across the stars, brought to life by the outstretched branches of the beloved magnolia.
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While I was studying at college, one of my dearest friends contracted an illness and began to experience the emergence of peculiar white nodules in his throat. He stood facing me, visibly distressed.
I often think of Nicholson Baker, the author of many acclaimed works, when I need a bit of inspiration. His works have helped me to expand my knowledge and perspective on a wide range of topics. I have found that diving into his works is a great way to explore new ideas and concepts.
The power of the internet has vastly increased the ease with which information can be shared. Now, more than ever before, it is simpler than ever to access and spread facts and knowledge throughout the world.
Thanks to the development of the web, the transmission of facts and ideas has become much easier.
The use of technology in the classroom has become increasingly popular in recent years. As more and more schools incorporate technology into the curriculum, it has become clear that it can be a powerful tool for learning and teaching.
The utilization of technological tools in the educational setting has grown significantly in the past few years. It has become evident that technology can be a beneficial resource for both students and teachers when it comes to teaching and learning.
Different cultures and societies have their own unique customs and beliefs. These can range from the way they dress to the way they communicate.
Each culture has its own ways of living that are passed down from one generation to the next. These can include language, values, and traditions that are special to that particular society or culture.
In many cases, these customs are so deeply embedded into the fabric of the culture that they become part of its identity.
This tool is a bench top model which has a 16 amp motor and a four-post support system. The hand wheel makes it simple to adjust the height of the cutterhead, and the high-speed steel knives are able to be resharpened.
Plus, the product is backed by a one-year limited warranty and can be used to process meat.
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My thought is this: Do not focus on London. Put off consideration of the nineteenth century, and the idea that the worth of the “later” or “accomplished” Dickens is derived from evidence that first appeared.
It can be argued that Charles Dickens is the greatest animal novelist of all time. Read More »
The fear of being forgotten forever can be intimidating, however, it can be strangely calming when it comes to the dapper men in the song. These gentlemen
For those that have forgotten, there is a tradition of well-dressed men singing songs of oblivion. Read More »
In March 2003, something was initiated which eventually gained momentum. Find out more here.
The tomb of the diver, dated 500-433 BC, shows a blue arm gracefully gliding through the sky, passing by strangers on a wisp of clouds. Underneath, the scene is depicted.
For additional information, please visit Culture.org to read more about the Tomb of the Diver.
In 1964, Charles McColl Portis had the same job that Karl Marx once held while in the midst of London’s “Swinging” atmosphere. Now, at the age of seventy, Portis is thirty years old.
Learn more about an artist who is comparable to Cormac McCarthy, but with a humorous twist. Check it out here!
Kumar Pallana has expertise in a variety of areas. With a lengthy professional life, he has been a performer, acrobat, thinker, and adept of the traditional Indian martial art of kalaripayattu.
To gain further insight, an interview with Kumar Pallana can be perused here.
A look back at literature for those who are younger can be seen at Culture.org. Examining the past of writing created for the younger generation is an interesting endeavor.
The British singer-songwriter Beth Orton has released three works–Trailer Park, Central Reservation, and most recently Daybreaker. It is not necessary to explain the type of music contained in these albums, as you are already familiar with her sound.
An exploration of Beth Orton’s work can be accessed here. Further investigation into the artist is available through this link.
In his work “Confessions of a Book Reviewer,” George Orwell paints a picture of the typical book reviewer as resembling Sisyphus; an aging author clothed in a tatty robe, with a weary, haggard look in his eyes.
For those looking to find joy, faith, and strength, reading is a great way to do so. Encouragement to explore the world of literature is a key factor in discovering a newfound sense of happiness.
A few adjectives that could be used to describe someone include laconic, which implies they are pithy, curt, epigrammatic, and terse; taciturn, which means they are habitually silent and not talkative; and sociopathic, a personality type that is characterized by aggressive antisocial behavior.
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Two fortifications, one a Civil War-era Army base (the Presidio) and the other a Cold War rocket launcher (Fort Cronkhite), are located at the extremities of the Golden Gate Bridge.
An article from Culture.org has discussed the most protested potential war in history. Further information can be accessed by clicking the link.
No cost is associated with the supposition that all thoughts are unique.
Check out the article from Culture.org for March 2003 to learn more.
The night sky is painted black as a plane glides through its expanse. The children below, playing in the magnolia tree, peek through the branches, watching the jet pass by.
Further information can be found on the Culture website about the High Intensity Discharge Model 5 from AMGLO Technologies in Chicago, IL.
During my college days, one of my dearest friends was stricken with a condition that caused unusual white nodules to form in their throat. They were standing in front of me, visibly worried about these growths.
I’ve been reflecting lately on the impact of the work of the American author, Nicholson Baker. His writing has been ingrained in my thoughts, and I can’t help but be in awe of his skill. Check out this article to learn more.
At the beginning of Casey Schwartz’s research on attention, she was personally dealing with an addiction to Adderall as a freshman in college. Schwartz’s second work, Attention, A Love Story, delves further into a broader, more in-depth cultural exploration.
We recently conducted a microinterview with Casey Schwartz, and you can find it here.
For additional information, take a look at the article about Ross Simonini to learn more.
To gain further insight, take a look at the article entitled “Deep Cuts” by Nicholas Russell.
That winter evening in March 2017, I had my inaugural visit to Srinagar, Kashmir, in my capacity as a journalist. On that visit, I came across an excerpt from the book Cups of nun chai.
Check Out This Interview with Alana Hunt and Sharanya Deepak.
Remain in the same spot, even if you feel that you have already heard enough. Take time to listen to the distant humming of aircraft in the sky.
To learn more, take a look at the article presented by Culture.org.
The characteristics of hyperlinked spectatorship are a video incorporating its own reaction video, as well as experiences of viewing meant to reflect the editing procedure, a task involving the handling of a great deal of data.
For further information, this link provides an in-depth look at Ali Raz and his involvement in Matthew Jeon’s Full Size Run.
The importance of being aware of plagiarism is unquestionable. It is paramount that one is aware of the consequences that could result from the act of copying someone else’s work without giving them proper credit.
Being aware of the potential repercussions can help to ensure that proper steps are taken to steer clear of any plagiarism.
After wrapping up a successful run of 34 shows at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace, Adele has announced an extension……
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Activision and Toys For Bob have officially announced the release date for Crash Team Rumble, set to launch on June……