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Killing vampire bats is a vicious chain of never-ending diseases because of the variety of bats both harmful and beneficial.
Rogers masterfully explains the confusion caused by these vampire bats by first dealing with the problem caused by these bats in the poor town of Nicaragua. He reveals how people are scandalized by the presence of these bats and how eventually the bats are killed and wiped off from the community altogether. Here Roger introduces a method of awareness by telling his readers that there are beneficial bats as well who take care of humans as they are involved in consuming insects, leading to pollination of flowers and lead to increase in forestation by throwing the seeds at different points. As opposed to the vampire bats, these bats do not transmit rabies.
Roger employs another method to introduce his main purpose of the article. He informs the readers that in the process of killing all the bats, one neglects the fact that mosquito bites are even more deadly as they cause dengue fever. Killing beneficial bats hence increases the risk of another noxious disease. According to Roger the death of the various species of bats is not a positive sign. He chooses to inform the readers of this negligence in a roundabout manner so that they understand the gravity of the
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Vampirism is based on creatures known as vampires; eminent researchers and anthropologists have discovered that many tales and legends acknowledge the existence of these creatures in various cultures, from Greek, Roman to Mesopotamian civilization, the idea of their existence has been around for millennia.
Most vampire lore has their roots in eastern European regions and has grown to become a common ground for superstition. While different culture attribute the rise of the vampire generation to various roots, the most commonly alluded to origin is from the matriarchal descendant of the demon called Lilith (Williams 15).
Why to spend time pondering over rather than resolving it? Not a single problem is irresolvable. It’s just our mind, way of thinking and intention to solve a problem which can guide us. To solve a problem appropriately, one must consider better options than escaping from it.(R.Sharf 18) Avoidance is not a solution; it is basically a quick move towards a more challenging situation.
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ed by Louis and Claudia in Interview with the Vampire, both of them wanted to belong in a society where they are accepted and wanted, which was depicted during their travel to Paris to find vampires like them. They have both desired to find a community or even to create a family
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