In her story “Birthday Party”, the author recalls the tale of a birthday party turned cruel with techniques such as the development of the strangers, anonymity and distance of the author’s perspective, and the quaintness in her tone throughout. This story allows the reader to experience the rollercoaster of emotions…

While it could be argued destruction allows for new creations, destruction itself is no creation. It doesn’t bring anything into existence it destroys its existence. Something that once was is no longer if it is destroyed.

Destruction doesn’t create rubble, it takes away from the rubble and what its existence…

Plato’s “Allegory of the Cave” is one of the most widely read and taught pieces of philosophy/literature in western civilization. It’s written as a dialogue between Socrates (Plato’s mentor) and Glaucon (Plato’s older brother). Philosophy was often recorded in these dialogues. …

I believe the government is more to fear than love.

Huxley was right to a small percent. A study once showed phones and social media were actually making people more depressed and lonely which can lead to depression and suicide. Another point on his behalf would be the issue of…

Lillian Sweet

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