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These kinds of films often appeal to the emotions of the viewer, with their emphasis on pleasure, physical desire, and human companionship.
Thomas De Quincey - On Murder
[This story initially appeared in ESPN the Magazine's Fame issue (May 9, 2016).]Ten years ago, Ter Woods sat in his boyhood home across from his father's body, waiting on the men from the funeral home to arrive and carry Earl away. Outside this bedroom in Cypress, California, the mechanism of burial and goodbye sputtered into action, while inside, Ter and his half sister, Royce, floated in those gauzy first hours after a death, when a loved one isn't there but doesn't quite seem gone either.
Losing the War - by Lee Sandlin
Time for a Ter is part one of Anthony Burgess's Malayan Trilogy The Long Day Wanes, "the first panel of a triptych" set in the twilht of British rule of the peninsula.
The History of Hypnosis
Thomas De Quincey, "On Murder Considered as One of the Fine Arts" (1827) (First Published in Blackwood's Magazine in February 1827) I.
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