Do you ever wonder what happens to you when you die? Are there ghosts? Are there spirits that follow us day to day protecting us for danger? Or perhaps they are pushing us towards our own end? Although there are many different theories and many different people who have "proof" of what is out there, I am not going to be one of those people. I feel that there are already too many people who know the "truth" about if that next world exists and what it is if it does. I won't try to pull you one way or another. I won't try to push my views onto you and expect you to follow like a sheep to its shephard. All I ask is you read. All I ask is you continue reading. I also ask you think. I want to you think about what you read and what it could mean to you as well as others. Finally, I ask you to choose for youself what you believe. Not for anyone else. Not for your parents, not for your peers, but to believe what you feel is right in your heart. Believe what you feel will help you in those times of doubt when you need something to hold on to.

 Have you ever wondered about death? What is it?  Where do you go?  Some say that your spirit never leaves those around you, while others say it is your choice on where you go. You can see many different concepts of death within different forms of literature. Turn Of The Screw by Henry James and Woman Warrior by Maxine Hong Kingstson hold different senses of spirits within its pages.  Looking at these different pieces of literature from different cultures, the reader is able to get a glimpse at how different cultures view death.

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