Elements Monsters

Elements Monsters - Jonathan Gold First-Year Preceptorial...

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Jonathan Gold September 14, 2005 First-Year Preceptorial Monster Element Response Elements of Thought about Monsters The purpose of a monster is to set an example of something that is generally bad. Most monsters are imaginary or legendary creatures, and often have a deformed or frightening appearance. More then often a monster is described as someone who inspires horror or disgust. If we are to look into are past and see what we would describe as a monster, it would probable be the people or things in history that caused, or sparked the cause of, a major disaster. Even though monsters can be made up by our imaginations, the fact of the matter is that monsters do exist in this world, and they can look like you or me. It does seem hard to know what exactly a monster is, given certain circumstances. For example, a man kills another man, is he a monster? With religion aside, that no man
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