Saturday, September 22, 2012

A Fable for Tomorrow

Rachel Carson’s “A Fable for Tomorrow” is a fictional story of destruction; she makes a point that some of these factual effects of pesticide use society. This is an accumulation of problems that have taken place in real locations as a result of pesticide use; this story is trying to aim the author’s support and view that pesticides are dangerous for human life, animal life, and the ecosystem.
A Fable for Tomorrow contrasts the wreckage of a town with their spirited beginnings, using three dominant methods of persuasion to try to convince the reader that pesticide use is damaging to all weather you’re human or animal. Ordinary people destroy our environment by polluting the air we breathe, trashing the ground that we walk on and the plants and animals we use as vital food source. Besides the vital parts of what we use of the environment that humans must need, there is the beauty part of the environment. From every flower that blooms to the leaves changing colors. Carson made an amazing point. Everyone helps participate in the disasters that taken place but we need to stop contributing more to the problem and take what we have now and enjoy it. 

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