Garrett Edell 9/20/2007 English 1A
Second Sixth Grade
Changing schools can be a stressful situation for children. They are in a new environment and out of a comfortable one. They most often must make new friends while their old ones drift away. Now
Garrett Edell 12/04/07 Tu-Th Class
Two Tragic Fathers
The betrayal of one's children is completely heartbreaking to a parent. The death of one's own child would be their utmost fear. In King Lear by William Shakespeare, the characters of Gloucester
Garrett Edell 10/16/07
Prejudice or Compassion
Many times the reader is left with an uncertainty about the protagonist at the end of a story, unsure if the character has undergone a positive or negative change. In the short story "The Garden Party"
In Samuel Schefflers three lectures about death and the afterlife, he provides scenarios
where actions may cease to have meaning or if death should be really feared.
In his first two lectures, Scheffler refers to his doomsday