Cedarville Review, Angela Lee, dark ends

Department/School of Contributor's Major

English, Literature, and Modern Languages

Publication Date

Spring 2024


Art and Design | Photography

Type of Work



An orange alleyway in a European city.



Contributor's Note

Bright walls and light side streets can lead to literal and metaphorical darkness. Whether that darkness raises alarm or piques curiosity, it is often there on the other side of joy. Angela Lee is a junior linguistics student at Cedarville University and enjoys coffee, reading, hiking, traveling, and photography.

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