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Z for Zacheriah
Transcript of Z for Zacheriah
(O'Brien pg. 123) Before I read the book Z for Zachariah I agreed that there would be no survivors of a nuclear war. Afterward, when the book had begun, I disagreed with that statement because Ann herself was a survivor of the Nuclear War and so was Mr.Loomis. Mr.Loomis was protected by his safe suit and Ann was protected by the valley. This is why, after reading the book, I disagreed with the statement, "There would be no survivors in a nuclear war." Before reading this book I thought that it would be devastating to be the only person left in the world. You would be all alone and there would be no one to talk to or even look at. I thought it would be extremely depressing. After reading I realized that Ann's life had only gotten worse when Mr.Loomis arrived. After going into the radioactive water he got very sick and Ann had to take care of him. When he slowly got better he thought he had become the owner of the valley and even tried to kill her, not only once but many times. This eventually led her to leave her valley and look for another place when, most likely, there was no chance. This is the reason why I now think that there are worse things than being the last person on Earth. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_weapon http://www.livestrong.com/article/74118-effects-radiation-poisoning/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_weapon Bibliography http://www.livestrong.com/article/74118-effects-radiation-poisoning/ Done by... THANKS FOR WATCHING