Zoe Barret

Greetings and Goodbye

We met, and no one really knew each other. We had fun anyways, so it didn’t matter. The rooms were nice, the kitchen smelled awful So disgusting, in fact, it spelled university. We were happy. We met when the sun was up, sweatshirts tied around our waists. We changed time....
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Posted Nov. 11, 2023

Anatomy of a Fall Review

Anatomy of a Fall, or L’Anatomie d’une Chute, emerged as the winner of this year’s prestigious Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival. Masterfully directed by Justine Triet, this remarkable film portrays the events following the death of Samuel Malewski, a teacher and writer found dead in front of his...
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Posted Oct. 21, 2023

The Little Snake: Equality among disparity and solitude

There once was a snake with a funny rigid hat, which looked like a straw hat, but wasn’t actually made of straw. The snake was very sociable indeed. His slithering, far from being sly, made him a discrete and pleasant companion; he was able to adapt very easily to the...
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Posted Aug. 17, 2023