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In “Legacy” a pregnant lady gets attracted and falls in love with a hunchback and “when they went to sleep, she spooned the man right from behind, her ballooned belly found way and fitted into the created spaces by the hunch in his back” (144).
The theme on “Drunken Mimi” is about the romance and binder perfectly employs imagery to capture the love as it would happen though in the most unordinary way. The strange things continue to happen, “an old male imp walking on stilts get in love with a strange mermaid whose nerve cells prolong throughout his hair. In this strange way, the male body appears to shrink at first, deforming and disappearing while the strange female body becomes a sight of sensuality, creation and continual expansion” (7).
Bender brings to life the old story we would hear from our great forefathers. She is simply a legend who makes the readers feel the intensity of such unordinary sentiments, even while she strives to make us feel the triviality of the most strange and astonishing incidences. Bizarre things take place in most of these stories. Quite unimaginable things and events. Yet it is possible to see the strand of human familiarity sticking out of these stories like hair would under an old
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It should be noted that crimes that calls for death penalty vary widely in different jurisdictions. In the United States, the support for death penalty has been greater compared to those opposed to it. Survey carried by Gallup in January 2013 found out that 63 percent of Americans support death penalty as a means of punishment for defendants convicted of crimes that call for death penalty (Saad para 1).
He brings out the meaning that while education is meant to bring out one’s abilities to betterment and to benefit the individual and society, it has become mere seduction owing to the fact that it leads people astray; an example of which is the fact that it leads people with a modern industrial education to personal prisons.
But while reading our message, our reader cannot see us. There must not be a noise that revokes the listener or reader to understand our meaning.
Answer: Neither choosing to listen nor choosing to speak is easy task. Both