A few days ago

what do you think?(for my english discussion)about this topic?

death penalty

The horror of death row is that you die a little each day.The waiting kills you. you live in a cage_ and when you wake up .you mark off another day and you tell yourself that you are now one day closer to death.(the chamber)

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A few days ago
Susan S

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You may also want to read about some of the people who were on death row and were found innocent and released.

Imagine being on death row knowing that you did not commit the crime you were sentenced to death for.

Just a couple of cases to read about: Ray Krone- the 100th person freed from death row and Kirk Bloodsworth, the first freed with DNA evidence.


A few days ago
For anyone who has ever experienced deep regret about something they did, this doesn’t ring true. I think that if you’re living with a tortured conscience over having committed murder, then it would be a real comfort to be “one day closer to death.”

On the other hand, I’m sure that some death row inmates have no conscience at all. I suspect that this type isn’t overly bothered by the “horror of death row” either.

Those who I’m sure are bothered are those who know they are innocent.


5 years ago
I feel that Existentialism in writing is just too extensive, should you have been to make use of that essay subject you must slim it right down to a unique textual content, or texts. Out of your subjects, I might decide upon both the evaluation of Macbeth and Hamlet–maybe through analyzing every in their tragic flaws, and the way then each texts are tragic. I additionally just like the narrowness of “issues within the poetry of Robert Frost”. I might present a few extra strategies, however I am now not certain what you’ve gotten learn or what you’re principally excited by. Maybe, evaluate how Arthur Miller depicts the “American Dream” in “Death of a Salesman”, and ,maybe upload a further American textual content. Or, recognition on alienation and isolation in Modern texts or poems–equivalent to: whatever through T.S. Eliot, or Kafka. Good Luck.