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Migrating peoples not only bring themselves, but also their culture and ideas. Learn more about this history in these books about migration.
No where in the United States is culturally homogenous, and that is especially true for the red areas. Here's some queer memoirs from those areas that prove it.
Ursula K. Le Guin was a highly influential and prolific writer of science fiction and fantasy with an interesting upbringing.
If you're like me and the TV show Prehistoric Planet only awakened your latent dinosaur fascination, here are some great books for you.
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