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  1. Rec 22

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    A strangled cry clawed up and out of her throat when the gentle, fluttering, and terribly faint sound of Cat’s heartbeat touched her ears. It was there. It was fading, too fast, too soon, but it was there, and that meant that there was a chance. There was still a chance.

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    12 Oct 2017

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  2. Public Bookmark 26

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    Summary: Cat Grant is mentally ill.

    Disclaimer: I’ve this running around in my head for awhile, and dropped it several times for various reasons. It deals with Cat’s mental illness, missed meds, a bit of a breakdown, and Kara realizing that choices she’s made may have made some things harder for Cat. If any of those things might bother you, please avoid.

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    05 Oct 2017

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  3. Rec *

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    Her Brother's Keeper
    A CatCo Magazine exclusive by Kara Danvers
    Photos by James Olsen

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    “Now,” Lena says, physically pushing her keyboard away on her desk, as though trying to distance herself from the temptation to keep working. “What can I do for you?”

    Anyone who has met Lena is familiar with these words. They are her go-to greeting; practiced, polite, and most importantly, meant in earnest. A thesis statement: Lena Luthor wants to help.

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    03 Oct 2017

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  4. Rec 14

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    “Now, kids. Elegies are tricky to define. They’re supposed to be about mourning the dead. So, because of the subject matter, they tend to be sad, serious pieces. Not! Not to be confused with the more formal eulogy or the very short epitaph.
    In our more contemporary times, the elegy is not used exclusively for the death of people but also used to express a more general sense of loss.
    Loss of innocence. Of home, wealth, etcetera etcetera. Note, however, that structurally, most elegies tend to end in a tone of consolation.
    Got it? Good."

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    25 Sep 2017

  5. Rec 40

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    Kara hears the grumbling before the man turns the corner.

    It’s still not enough to prepare her for the sight of Snapper Carr pushing
    a shopping cart down the baking aisle of whatever grocery store she’s currently
    in.

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    25 Sep 2017

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