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    A drabble a fortnight for any fandom that catches my fancy, prompted with words plucked from the pages of a weekly periodical.

    1. "No Suspicion" (Pride and Prejudice): "...neither that, nor anything else, awakened a suspicion of the truth."
    2. "Travel" (Persuasion): They’re like their own little countries.
    3. "Veggies" (White Collar): Mozzie has unequivocal evidence of a crime.
    4. "Technology Rehabilitation" (Get Smart): It’s not even the second most annoying question 86 has asked this week.
    5. "Windsday" (Winnie the Pooh): Pooh likes Windsday; Rabbit doesn’t. Drabble pair.

    Series
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    English
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    600
    Chapters:
    5/?
    Kudos:
    5
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    430
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    All I wanted was to complete my studies of courte-paume in the reign of Louis XIV. I swear I didn’t break any rules, I just stretched them a bit.

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    English
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    Chapters:
    2/2
    Comments:
    8
    Kudos:
    3
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    50
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    The one where the female character takes the lead.

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    English
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    836
    Chapters:
    1/1
    Collections:
    1
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    2
    Kudos:
    5
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    22
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    The one where this would be simpler if Sam Wilson didn’t know anybody Jewish.

    Series
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    English
    Words:
    603
    Chapters:
    1/1
    Collections:
    1
    Comments:
    4
    Kudos:
    5
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    56
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    The one where Steve Rogers kind of sort of gets persecuted by an evil vizier.

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    English
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    629
    Chapters:
    1/1
    Collections:
    1
    Comments:
    6
    Kudos:
    5
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    72
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    You are Kivrin Engle, a young historian recently retrieved from the Middle Ages. How will you react upon returning to the 21st century?

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    English
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    2,121
    Chapters:
    9/9
    Collections:
    1
    Comments:
    15
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    15
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    In your other classes, you have encountered the intersection of time travel theory and time travel ethics: are historians capable of affecting the past, and if so, should they? We will begin our study of the uses of primary sources by looking at that question from a different point of view—not how do we as historians answer that question today, but how did historians handle it two decades ago? Your coursepack contains the primary sources for this first week, where we will focus on the Elliot–Wentworth incident (Feb 2059/Aug 1806–Feb 1815).

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    English
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    Chapters:
    17/17
    Collections:
    1
    Comments:
    29
    Kudos:
    49
    Bookmarks:
    11
    Hits:
    483
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    From Donald Sobol’s hidden files: the stories Dr. Haledjian didn’t want you to read! Find out why Dr. Haledjian insisted that “The Case of the Worldly Nun” never see the light of day. Learn how “The Case of the Bitter Drink” really ended. And discover what happened when Octavia heard “One Crime Story Too Many”.

    Language:
    English
    Words:
    1,220
    Chapters:
    4/4
    Collections:
    1
    Comments:
    13
    Kudos:
    11
    Hits:
    193
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    Molly and her friends think Captain America is so dreamy. When they find out that he's coming to town, it's the best news they've heard all month...until Miss LaVonda has a special announcement!

    Language:
    English
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    Chapters:
    1/1
    Collections:
    1
    Comments:
    19
    Kudos:
    26
    Bookmarks:
    4
    Hits:
    162
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    A drabble a week for any fandom that catches my fancy, prompted with words plucked from the pages of a weekly periodical.

    1. "Rain over Sokovia" (Age of Ultron): Absent inhabitants of an absent city.
    2. "Are you a dreamer?" (Tomorrowland): There are stronger forces than destiny.
    3. "Aftermath of the International Cup race" (Black Stallion): Eight horses, a valley, and Alec.
    4. "Postcard from Grover’s Corner" (Henry Reed): What could possibly go wrong?
    5. "Pseudo-Durand’s Traveling Musicians" (Scarlet Pimpernel): Chauvelin has a lead on the Pimpernel's location. Four drabbles.
    6. "The Siren" (Asimov Robots): Something must have happened with Lenny.
    7. "Sunday Morning" (Psmith): Psmith and Mike have different ideas.
    8. "Encyclopedia Brown and the Case of the Classroom Lineup" (Encyclopedia Brown): Encyclopedia solves a mystery quickly. Double drabble.
    9. "Spring Farmers" (Macdonald Hall): It's definitely Elmer's fault.

    Series
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    English
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    1,300
    Chapters:
    9/9
    Comments:
    3
    Kudos:
    8
    Hits:
    378
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    After returning from a long drop, Ned’s plans for the afternoon consist of nothing more demanding than a nap. This would definitely exclude both contending with bits of sheep and being challenged to identify crocheted objects.

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    English
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    Chapters:
    1/1
    Collections:
    1
    Comments:
    8
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    7
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    117
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    A drabble a week for any fandom that catches my fancy, prompted with words plucked from the pages of a weekly periodical.

    1(&2). "Howard Stark in Flight" (Agent Carter): Stark is glad for the opportunity to redeem himself.
    3. "In which Meryton’s attractiveness increases" (Pride and Prejudice): Good news from the Bennets’ uncle.
    4. "Buckle My Shoe" (Math Anthropomorfic): One, jealous of the primes, gets a visit from 2127-1. Double drabble.
    5. "A Colder Perspective" (Little House): Grass used to look soft.
    6. "Tableau Économique" (Scarlet Pimpernel): Blakeney thinks he’s a physiocrat; Chauvelin thinks he’s an idiot.
    7. "Bruno and Boots Take on NAFTA" (Macdonald Hall): It was just a simple petition.
    8. "This isn’t the sacrifice play" (Captain America): He wanted to make a difference.
    9. "Oops" (Blue Hat, Green Hat): Turkey is changed when he climbs out of the pool.

    Series
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    English
    Words:
    1,000
    Chapters:
    9/9
    Comments:
    2
    Kudos:
    7
    Hits:
    386
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    A drabble a week for any fandom that catches my fancy, prompted with words plucked from the pages of a weekly periodical.

    1. "Castle Interlude" (Enchanted Forest Chronicles): Morwen finishes bandaging Telemain’s shoulder.
    2. "Research" (White Collar): Sara’s job has its less flashy aspects.
    3. "Colin, holding a blacked-out flashlight" (Oxford Time Travel Universe): Mr. Dunworthy has gone.
    4. "Math Problems" (Toothpaste Millionaire): TOOTHPASTE’s stockholders don’t forget their math class roots.
    5. “Another Morning at ‘The Fisherman’s Rest’” (Scarlet Pimpernel): Sally’s day starts early.
    6. "Value and Contrast" (Scarlet Pimpernel 1934): Romney left some paints behind.
    7. "Nascent Library" (Station Eleven): Books are brought back to the Museum of Civilization.
    8. "Turkish Delight" (Chronicles of Narnia): The Pevensies shop for groceries. Double drabble.
    9. "Steak Dinner" (Perry Mason): Paul is getting really tired of the same thing happening every time.

    Series
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    English
    Words:
    1,000
    Chapters:
    9/9
    Comments:
    6
    Kudos:
    20
    Hits:
    401
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    Peggy was right, the house was an awfully long ways from the Theater District. Funny how much shorter it seemed when you had just had a good audition, though.

    Language:
    English
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    433
    Chapters:
    1/1
    Collections:
    1
    Comments:
    4
    Kudos:
    12
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    119
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    Anna trusts her husband to always be honest with her, but she's also picked up on the "not always truthful" half of the equation...and she's a tad grumpy about it.

    Language:
    English
    Words:
    897
    Chapters:
    1/1
    Collections:
    1
    Comments:
    11
    Kudos:
    20
    Bookmarks:
    2
    Hits:
    294
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    Peggy Carter’s makeup case has a bomb in it.

    Language:
    English
    Words:
    521
    Chapters:
    1/1
    Collections:
    1
    Comments:
    6
    Kudos:
    29
    Bookmarks:
    2
    Hits:
    274
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    Rupert Psmith once had to wear a chrysanthemum in his buttonhole. Corporal Basil Egan once had to fight chrysanthemum-lovers in the name of America and his maiden aunt. They are about to encounter one another—and a deceptively innocent pink chrysanthemum.

    Language:
    English
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    Chapters:
    1/1
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    78
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    Psmith is overseeing construction of a new hotel, while Mike is temporarily in jail...or are they really?

    Language:
    English
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    1,064
    Chapters:
    1/1
    Collections:
    1
    Comments:
    6
    Kudos:
    6
    Bookmarks:
    2
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    122
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    A drabble a week for any fandom that catches my fancy, prompted with words plucked from the pages of a weekly periodical.

    1. "From the Channel to London" (Scarlet Pimpernel): Percy Blakeney acts the fop again.
    2. "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year" (Macdonald Hall): Christmas festivities courtesy of Macdonald Hall.
    3. "We Have You Surrounded" (Get Smart): How will Siegfried and Starker escape?
    4. "Broccoli and Bullets" (Blandings Castle): The efficient Baxter just can't catch a break.
    5. "The Ledger" (Monuments Men): Claire had a project. Now James Granger does. Drabble pair.
    6. "11:50 pm, April 28, Riverton, IN" (Alvin Fernald): Spoilery tag to Mayor for a Day.

    Series
    Language:
    English
    Words:
    700
    Chapters:
    6/6
    Kudos:
    8
    Hits:
    499
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    Assorted poetry, all related to the Scarlet Pimpernel.

    Language:
    English
    Words:
    124
    Chapters:
    1/1
    Hits:
    78

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