introduction is it sometimes right to prevent scientific  discovery? i believe it isnt and this isnt right ,because it would lead to a lot of consequences for the futer for example people getting sick, no weponary and bad transport. scientific is really important in these days to keep up with the newest tech, fast transport. […]

To say that Macbeth is a bloody butcher is to endorse Malcolm’s final view of Macbeth and his wife-“the dead butcher and his fiend-like queen.” Macbeth killed Duncan; murderers appointed by him killed Ban quo, and the family of Mac Duff. Even then, we should not reduce him to a one-dimensional character–just a criminal/villain; we […]

Today, I saw of bombing and killing i felt scared and uncomfortable because what if they turned

Once there was a haunted house where no one was allowed in.Three boys were tempted to look around but they were scared, the house had a family and they all disappeared. The three kids knew that and they were freaked out. What if they disappeared too? They were on their way there when they got […]

  Reeve (author) creates an effective character called Shrike in this novel with many different emotion and feelings. in some cases he is an emotionless, raging beast. and in other cases he is careful of the emotions of others. an example of his heartlessness is when he chases Tom and Hester through Airhaven but in […]

reeve creates an effect because he says shrike has two sides than one. some cases he is scary and no hearted like some kind of monster or a kind of creature. also he has a sensetive and villan side. he shows by saying to hester “YOU CANT STAY HERE CHILD”. This shows his good side. […]

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