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Special Collections and Archives houses five distinct editions of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, six if you include Alice's adventures under ground: a facsimile of the original Lewis Carroll manuscript (1964), published between 1904 and 1982. In them, you can find...Read more. . .
Jorge Luis Borges was an Argentinian writer known for his surreal storytelling and poetry such as Fictions, "The Aleph," and many others. Borges was inspired to write stories and poems on the theme of dreams and his view of reality, which takes shape as a mixture of reality, dreams, and sometimes even nightmares...Read more. . .
Legal court proceedings are notorious for taking months, and sometimes years, to finalize. For the sake of time and simplicity, many employers stipulate in their employment contracts that they will use an alternative: arbitration. Arbitration is a method of dispute resolution in which two parties elect a neutral third party to settle the issue...Read more. . .
Contemporary astrology in the United States is generally associated with the 12 zodiac signs, like Virgo and Aries, and their role in personal horoscopes. Centuries ago, early Western astrology was often conflated with astronomy and was considered a scholarly subject...Read more. . .