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Whose Life Is It Anyway Characterise Ken Harrison and explain his reasons for wanting to die Ken Harrison is not a normal person Hes not capable of adapting himself to a new lifestyle which causes such dramatically changes as paralysation By being paralysed he loses everything of importance for him His whole life is being physically active he loves to walk by the beach he loves the nature he loves sports and he loves women Just the though of never getting laid anymore freaks him out it seems Ken Harrison is not a stupid man the staff actually describe him as intelligent He understands fully what is going on and though he still have his mind its not enough for him for him theres no idea in living when he cannot move He is a truly kinetic person for whom physically actions is everything He cannot get any kind of satisfaction by thinking alone He dream of the things he would be able to if he wasnt paralysed but he know it isnt going to happen thats why he would rather die than life Explain the staffs attitude to Ken Harrisons case Ken Harrison is a likeable person hes flirting with the female staff and the doctors seem to care a lot for him When Ken makes it clear that he wants to die they simply dont understand why and they are fully convinced that its only a depression he will get over If they refuse to kill him and lets say he gets over his assumed depression he will probably be thankful for that hes still alive But when youre dead its too late to regret Of course you dont want to participate in killing someone you like if you know that it can be a mistake Therefore the staff does everything they can to convince him to stay alive but Ken is stubborn on his decision
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