@bjgroen9 asked 2 months ago.

How i contemplated the world from the detroit house of correction and began my life over again?

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@Juliann answered 1 month ago.

In a partial and disorganized set of notes for an essay for her English class at a private school, a sixteen-year-old girl tells the story of a set of events that lead her to a house of correction and to an opportunity to contemplate her life and begin over again.

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@clarkee answered 2 months ago.

After being released from the Detroit House of Correction, I was determined to make a change in my life. I was a young man who had just seen the inside of prison and had no desire to go back. I knew I had to stay out of trouble and stay focused in order to turn my life around. I was determined to be successful.

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@clarkee answered 2 months ago.

After being released from the Detroit House of Correction, I was determined to make a change in my life. I was a young man who had just seen the inside of prison and had no desire to go back. I knew I had to stay out of trouble and stay focused in order to turn my life around. I was determined to be successful.

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@mrfindfix answered 2 months ago.

"I sat in my cell and thought about what I was going to do when I got out. I had a plan. I was going to write a book about my life and my experience, but I knew I didn’t have the discipline to write every single day. So, I decided to just write one page a day."

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