Mattie and Grandfather learned about worsening condition of the city due to yellow fever.
Fever 1793, is historical novel written by Laurie Halse Anderson
. The novel is about yellow fever, an epidemic, that consumed many lives in Philadelphia in 1793. The novel revolves around the life of Mattie and her family during this epidemic period.
<u>In Chapter 8, when Mattie and Grandfather visited the newspaper office they learned that the condition is worsening in the city due to the yellow fever. And, that people are leaving the city and fleeing to other states. They also learned that death toll are expected to rise in Philadelphia.</u>
On the way back to home, Mattie and Grandfather encountered with a man carrying Mattie's mother's corpse.
When it comes to automobiles, there's many pros & cons. Many americans benefit from the invention but is the environment benefiting from it? Could we live without the invention & still do perfectly fine? There's many other alternatives to automobiles but at the same time, they're also useful.
Some pros of the automobile include: more job openings & easier travel. Because of cars, It opened up roads, which opened up some jobs, then there was convenient stores, which opened jobs. Back then people either had to walk or ride a horse to get to where they needed to go, which took a long
Some cons of the automobile include: less exercise & more air pollution. Because of cars, now not as many people walk or bike, which can affect our health in a negative way. Research has showed that cars are the main cause of air pollution which causes some people to have breathing problems & in general isn't healthy to breathe.
Overall, the invention is super useful. (talk about which side youre more for, keeping them or finding alternatives)
I really hope this helps!! Sorry it's not the best
The sentence shown above shows that as humankind decided to conform to the indicated rules of civilization, building for itself a hiding place that protected them through those rules. In doing so, man lost his individual capacity, following what the civilized mass promoted and losing what made each human being special, that is, losing the ability to use his feet.