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Death has always been a grim subject for most people only because it hasnt been dealt with For some death is a very natural and beautiful thing A time to come together and celebrate the life lived by the newly deceased After reading Orwells A Hanging Thomas On Natural Death and Robinsons Richard Corey several similarities stand out Death is an inevitable act so it is a waste of effort to stress about it Death also comes when you least expect it so sudden it makes those around you heart stop momentarily The most soothing fact death is perhaps painless a pleasure if you will On the other hand the tones of the three stories are all very different and its impact is felt differently Also in Richard Corey and A Hanging the deaths were premature whereas in Natural Death it is precisely that a natural death Death can be presented in many manors Are you afraid of death Being afraid of death is natural but there is no need to do so Death is going to get you one way or another there is no escape For example in Thomas essay On Natural Death it states I gave up throwing sticks at the cat to make him drop the mouse mouse went ahead and died anyway193 bk3 No matter how many times the boy tried to stop the cat from eating the mouse the mouse died anyway showing that is was indeed his time to go Another example of the inescapability of death was shown in Orwells A Hanging Here a dog tried to interrupt the hanging by being a nuisance It lasted for a time until the dog was caught the hanging went on with normal procedures In both cases some living force tried to help the victim but failed miserably because they just created more time for the event to get more intense When the cat drops the mouse
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