Fiction | January 05, 2015
People In Profile
People in Profile was Mrs. Leavenworth’s own creation. It had originally started with historical figures in general, but by the second year she had changed it to humanitarians. There ought to be a good reason why a child should get dressed up as someone from history and sit on a stage being interviewed about their life and their historical significance as their parents watched. She didn’t want them to think of it as Halloween. She wanted the night to take a side.
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