Unformatted text preview: about three key events." (I assume that "prescient" might be an unfamiliar word, but when writing about this prophecy, it might be helpful to learn vocabulary related to the topic.) In your essay, you make some absolute declarations, such as "Everything Nostradamus said happened" or "Every line of the prophecy came to be as Nostradamus predicted." If every thing or every line were true, there could be no exceptions. It is very daring to go out on the shaky and thin limb and state that "everything" is true. It might be more reasonable to note that most of what Nostradamus wrote was true, or that "The prophecy came to be as Nostradamus predicted." S, I hope these comments help. I will be back on campus Monday, 11 March, and would like to continue our conversation. - Jay Howard Go to Round One Comments Back to Index...
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