An argument can be for the need for warfare in human society. It seems that warfare is necessary but is nuclear warfare? Is human’s need for nuclear warfare based off the human need for power? 16 more words
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Post apocalyptic literature quite frequently introduces us to its common topic, whether that be nuclear war or zombie outbreaks. Cormac McCarthy’s novel, The Road, takes a different approach, as explained by Laura Gruber Godfrey, “In Cormac McCarthy’s 2006 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, The Road, a father and his son travel the blasted, ruined landscape of a post apocalyptic America. 405 more words
“Nothing but peaceful”, to be precise. Oh, Iran.
When will nations learn that harboring weapons with the capacity to destroy entire populations is not really a peaceful act? 113 more words
Is it just me, or does studying literature induce paranoia? If literature is a reflection of the times in which we live, then according to contemporary stuff, we are mucking our way through a huge pile of shit right now that will lead us to an even bigger pile of crap–a shit… 374 more words