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Letter to Editor- Assisted Suicide

Altercations on whether or not assisted suicide should be legalized have rang out through the world and this topic has become one of the most popular questions of today. Ben Mattlin had written a cordial article ‘Suicide by Choice? Not so Fast’ elucidating his stance to assisted suicide. As a terminally ill patient himself, he […]

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What Dreams May Come Analysis

What Dreams May Come is a movie about life, loss, death, afterlife and rebirth. The film explores the emotions evoked by a variety of characters when they are faced with coping with tragedy and death. It also delves into the manifestations of heaven and the variety of forms heaven takes in the minds of different […]

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Teen Suicide

Teen suicide is one of the fastest killers for young teenagers. Every year thousands of teens die in the United States. There are many different reasons of why young teens commit suicide. Family issues, low self-esteem, and bullying are three of the many leading factors towards suicide for teens. Problems at home can cause a […]

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Victims of Joe Keller in “All My Sons”

In the American tragedy, All My Sons, the characters become victims of Joe Keller’s actions. After learning of Joe’s lies, each character is left to deal with the stark reality of the truth. Out of all the characters, Joe impacts Steve, Ann and himself the most. Steve, Ann and George’s dad, is impacted by Joe’s […]

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Man Versus Himself in the Novel “Night”

Eliezer Wiesel, like many other Jews, had to face and battle with suicidal thoughts and the temptation of abandoning everything by simply letting oneself die. Elie Wiesel was tempted to commit suicide in the very beginning, during the first selection that he went through. After the witnessing the death of the babies being burnt in […]

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Suicide in Prison

“Suicide is a huge, but largely preventable, public health problem, causing almost half of all violent death in the world, resulting in almost one million fatalities every year and economic costs in the billions of dollars, according to the World Health Organization” (quoted in Pompili & Lester & Innamorati & Casale & Girardi, 2009,1155). According […]

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