“Indian Camp” — Ernest Hemingway

Biblioklept

“Indian Camp”

by

Ernest Hemingway  

At the lake shore there was another rowboat drawn up. The two Indians stood waiting.

Nick and his father got in the stern of the boat and the Indians shoved it off and one of them got in to row. Uncle George sat in the stern of the camp rowboat. The young Indian shoved the camp boat off and got in to row Uncle George.

The two boats started off in the dark. Nick heard the oarlocks of the other boat quite a way ahead of them in the mist. The Indians rowed with quick choppy strokes. Nick lay back with his father’s arm around him. It was cold on the water. The Indian who was rowing them was working very hard, but the other boat moved further ahead in the mist all the time.

“Where are we going, Dad?” Nick asked.

“Over to…

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Scoring the Best and Worst Anime I’ve Seen Round 3

Objection Network

Just as before, here’s a list of what I’ve been able to watch as of late, and the scores based on my experience with each show and whether or not I would recommend them.

Code Geass (R1): 5/10
The dynamic of Lelouch disguising himself as Zero was interesting, but poorly handled. So much of the show focused on Lelouch and his high school friends, rather than on the more interesting plot with Zero and the rebellion against Britannica. I’m a sucker for character development, but it was not done particularly well here. The only character who had some kind development was Suzaku, and even then, it was through the annoying, meaningless adventures in high school (like chasing the cat to be accepted by everyone? Come on, there’s a better way to do that). Another thing, and I know this is bad form, but I was not a fan of the…

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