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Title: A comparison of life and death as seen by Dillard and Woolf

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Subject: English
Author: Aaron H
Date: October 20, 2015
Level: University
Grade: A
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This essay goes in detail into the meaning and lessons that each author had to offer, pertaining to life and death. In Virginia Woolf's short essay The Death of the Moth, Woof placed a lot of significance on life before death. She gave a very detailed description of the life of the moth during the few hours it was alive...

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She gave a very detailed description of the life of the moth during the few hours it was alive. Woolf begins by describing the moth as not being as beautiful as a butterfly but yet content with life "They are hybrid creatures, neither gay like butterflies nor somber?". "Nevertheless the present specimen ?seemed to be content with life" (Woolf, pg 1348)...

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