The Importance Of Zombies InThe Night Of The Living Dead?

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Humans envy zombies because they are free, from the need to survive. Zombies live without feeling, and therefore immortal, and have no weakness. Human are weakened by love for one another. We would be able to kill our daughter, instead we would gravitate toward them, and no longer have to struggle. Even thought zombies like us when don’t want to have any connection to those thoughtless monsters. We have a finger point to ourselves, because at one time or another we have been guilty of judging someone who is exactly like us, but want to destroy because we envy them. We put our need before others, because we are all monsters without a care in the world, but the need to survive. A finger point to ourselves, because at one time or another we have been guilty of judging someone who is exactly like us, but want to destroy because we envy them. At one point or another we have a had a characteristics of a zombie, but chose to ignore it.
The Night of the Living Dead, bring up the question: If our love ones were zombies would we kill them? We all have to take the time to think about it. Barbara was devastated, because her brother became a zombie, but didn’t think twice before throwing herself “We distrust and loathe the monster at the same time we envy, its freedom, and perhaps its sublime 3despair” (Cohen).Even when we know that zombies can harm us, they fasten us, because we want to be free from the need to survive. We all have either school, and or job that helps us get to the

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