The Day that the World Almost Came to an End

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Hanifa Ayunisa Professor Thomas EN 190 November 26, 2011 Literary Argument Pearl Crayton’s, The Day that the World Almost Came to an End , describes the devastating effects pressure influence from people around, and expose religion, and emotional insecurity. Like the title, The Day that the World Almost Came to an End is an expression of a little girl who is wondering and afraid that if the world will end up in Louisiana in around 1960’s. Crayton illustrates how the underlying psychological issues operate in the moment of confusion and fear. Should the pressure from people around cause of emotional insecurity and expose religion? Through a careful examination of The Day that the World Almost Came to an End, the destructive effects of emotional insecurity, expose for the act of religion act and the pressure from people around are all debatable topics for this work. Undoubtedly, the proof of emotional insecurity and its potential consequence are evident in The Day that the World Almost Came to an End. Clearly, the main character, the little girl, feels insecure. She has an issue with her belief about the end of the world. She will not trust anyone until she herself asks her father about this news.
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This note was uploaded on 12/10/2011 for the course BIOLOGY bi 101 taught by Professor - during the Fall '10 term at Montgomery.

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