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Amy Chang One-Page Summary/Thesis Statement Dr. Allen October 30, 2007 Life, Death, and Uncertainty There is a fine line between life and death. In a moment, one can be well and alive, while in the next be suddenly departed. However, within this line, there is also a difference between breathing and existing and truly living. Some people may feel complete joy and happiness in their lives because they have found a purpose, while others may find their worlds dreary and dull since they have not found something worth living for. People in the world today struggle with discovering meaning and pleasure in their lives and many times are uncertain with what sincerely makes them happy. This day to day travail they grapple with may become overwhelming, ending in catastrophic results: a lost life. This matter of life and death and suicide also resounds in the book “The Hours” by Michael Cunningham. Here, two of the three main characters, Virginia
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2008 for the course MATH 1001 taught by Professor Something during the Fall '07 term at Villanova.

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