He discovered it by mistake when a porcupine wandered into his cave! It was dark in the cave and he heard something moving. He knew it was alive, but not what it was. He kicked it. It was then, when the quills shot into his foot that he knew it was a porcupine... Showed first 250 characters
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It was then, when the quills shot into his foot that he knew it was a porcupine. He was in pain, and knew he could not touch it. He threw his hatchet, and when it hit the rock of the cave instead of the porcupine, it made a spark. He knew how to make the spark, now all he had to do was find the fuel... Showed next 250 characters
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Charles was running when he saw a cave. He stopped and
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Allegory of the Cave
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alegory of the cave
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allegory of the cave
The Outside of the cave, the true reality, then is a symbol of heaven. Both represent a better place, a sort of paradise where things can be more clearly understood...
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allegory of the cave
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