Sirenum scopuli

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  • Free Will: A Short Story

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    Down in the depths of the ocean, in the places light could not touch lived dreadful things. It all started the day me and my friends Shelby and Haleigh decided to explore the island, we live on Sirenum scopuli. The island is small but beautiful, the water around it was clear crystal blue. Although the island may be gorgeous and exotic, it held dark secrets to it. It was said that millions of years ago our ancestors were killed by treacherous creatures called Sirens. Sirens are said to be beautiful

  • An Analysis of Margaret Atwood's Siren Song Essay

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    An Analysis of Margaret Atwood's Siren Song Throughout her many years as a poet, Margaret Atwood has dealt with a variety of subjects within the spectrum of relationship dynamics and the way men and women behave in romantic association. In much of her poetry, Atwood has addressed the topics of female subjugation in correlation with male domination, individual dynamics, and even female domination over males within the invisible boundaries of romantic relationships. With every poem written, Atwood's

  • Monsters In Greek Mythology

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    Greek Mythology has influenced many “monsters” we reference in various works of current literature. Anywhere from 3 headed dogs to women with snakes for locks of hair, all of these deformed common things originated from Mythology. Not only do we still reference the monsters themselves in all forms of art today but also we implement the qualities the monsters posses unto characters in our stories. The siren is one of the most widely used “monsters” today. By definition they are beautiful yet dangerous