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For a lot of people with chronic disease, the inability to work is a difficult and frustrating reality. Contrary to common misconceptions that not working must be "nice." Or must be like taking an "extended vacation," the lack of a job for medical reasons can have significant consequences on a person's sense if identity--not to mentions finances and interpersonal relationships.

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 Bram Stoker's 'Dracula'
Bram Stoker's 'Dracula'
Vampires – just because some of them sparkle doesn’t mean there’re all bad.

The Classical Vampire
The first vampire to appear in fictional literature was created sa pamamagitan ng the British may-akda John William Polidori in his book ‘The Vampyre’. After this came the rather long short story ‘Carmilla’ sa pamamagitan ng Sheridan Le Fanu. But it was a work inspired sa pamamagitan ng these two stories that remains the greatest vampire story to this araw – Bram Stoker’s ’Dracula’. ’Dracula’, which was published in 1897, started a Vampire craze the hasn’t ceased yet. It is in this novel that we find the original,...
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