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    Sheldon Road Crash Scene

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    On 11-19-2016 at approximately 2215 hours, I was notified by Cpl. Graves # 4044, of a traffic crash that occurred on Sheldon Road at the intersection of Redwood Boulevard. I responded to the crash scene and upon arrival at approximately 2323 hours, I was assigned to forensically map the scene. The intersection of Redwood Boulevard and the southbound lanes of Sheldon Road had been closed to vehicular and pedestrian traffic with crime scene tape and marked patrol vehicles. I then met with Cpl.…

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    The Road Not Taken In life, we reach a climax where we have to make our own decisions and let our fate take the lead. We also learn the mistakes of our action and suffer the consequences.The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost is a descriptive poem that summarizes a traveler who comes upon a crossroad in his life. The choices the persona makes can affect him by changing his lifestyle or destroying it. The traveler is forced to decide between the two paths and decides to take the road less taken.…

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    The novel, The Road by Cormac McCarthy follows a father and his son in a post-apocalyptic world. They are forced to endure many tough situations, which make them test themselves and continually push their limits. Over time, the boy starts to become detached from the horrors he witnesses, which shows that morals are shed when one sees too many cruel acts. In the beginning of the book, the boy is desperately trying to hold onto his morals, no matter what he sees. Along the road Papa and the boy…

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    Cormac McCarthy’s The Road is a story of a father and his son trying to survive in a post-apocalyptic world. Together, they walk through a wasteland searching for necessities essential for survival, while trying to avoid roaming bands of cannibals. Along the way their morals are revealed in the choices they make to survive. McCarthy develops the theme of morality by showing the conflict between the boy’s and father’s moral impulses, especially when moral choices affect their own and others’…

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    Cormac McCarthy’s novel, The Road, is a bleak parable chronicling the journey of a father and son across a desolate, post-apocalyptic America. McCarthy’s work typically focuses on themes such as human nature, theodicy and the evil within society, with an overriding nihilistic worldview. The Road follows through on this, with McCarthy prophesying our destruction as a consequence of these societal flaws, and reminding modern readers of how much we have to lose if we remain on this path of…

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    And Punctuation In Cormac Mccarthy's The Road

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    world left with nothing, words are basically all the man and son have remaining. Hence, In this sense, the word "okay" serves as a "signature" on a verbal contract. The father and son agree, "There is no other deal. This is it. Okay. Okay"(165). On the road, there are no remnants of handshakes, documents, or other pre-apocalyptic, worldly agreements. When the man and son come across Ely in the story, the father informs him, “Okay means okay. It doesn't mean we negotiate another deal…

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    The Road, by Cormac McCarthy, takes place in a post apocalyptic world that is dark and covered by ash. The book follows a man and his son as they try to survive with little supply and each other. Throughout the book, the man and the boy are faced with many challenges. A frequent challenge being the people they encounter, which are often the bad guys. The bad guys are people that have lost all ties with the concept of society and are the most gruesome representation of survivors. The Road puts…

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    Even though she considers The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost as somewhat cliché, she finds it an empowering poem to live her life by. Growing up, she was very independent and wanted to set herself apart from her other siblings. In school when she first read The Road Not Taken, she immediately recognized her connection with it. Frost contemplates which road to take when both of them seem like reasonable options, but ultimately chooses to take the path of the “road less traveled by.” She…

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    As we grow older you run into many decisions that affect the outcome of your life. Sometimes you get stuck choosing between your friends and your future. The poem, "The Road Not Taken," by Robert Frost, tells the reader about how there are two "roads" to go down, the way everyone else is going, or going the opposite way to help better you. In my life I have made many choices that have affected me. Many of my choices are based upon my future rather than friends, because honestly you never know…

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    The Road, a post-apocalyptic, bleak and overwhelmingly daunting set novel, which conceals a deeper rooted message of overwhelming love and the connection as well as the true meaning of father and son even through the darkest of times. This iconic novel was written by the world renown Cormac McCarthy, who typically writes out of the ordinary, dark, and menacing books and is also known for several other of his works including Blood Meridian and No Country for Old Men. McCarthy published this novel…

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