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Earth Abides by George R Stewart is based on a tragedy to mankind Most of the world seems to have been wiped out with a deadly disease but a few people had survived This deadly disease didnt affect a man named Ish the main character Ish was a bright man and well educated As the novel continues Ish find others like him Ish brings all these people together called The Tribe He tries to do everything to his knowledge to help his society survive The novel demonstrates that education is the most important activity of any organized society Studying books is a great source of education Before The Tribe came together Ish knew he had to take action towards what needs to be done in order to survive in this new empty world He knows his lifestyle will never be the same Ishs only source for supplies is the remaining supplies around him and he knows the remaining sources wont last forever Ish comes upon a woman that he soon falls in love with As the two lived on his new lady Em wished to have a baby They both new that medical care was not available anymore Em then begged Ish to learn to give birth You could find some books and read themI wouldnt really need so much helpIve been through it twice before It wasnt that bad106 Em really wants to have a baby and is pressuring Ish to have a baby Em comes up with an idea which deals with Ish studying books that will give him the education he needs to give berth for her Em told Ish he could go to the library to study the books that teaches him to deliver the baby Ish studied the books and improved his knowledge of giving berth He delivered his first son Jack This wasnt the only time Ish used books as a source of education Ish knows that education
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