I will pay for the following essay Tuck everlasting by natalie babbitt. The essay is to be 1 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.
I would rather prefer middle age, something about 30 years. Where I can live on my own and no one asks me about my life.
Being immortal has its own pros and cons. I as a normal human being I find the time too insufficient to fulfill all my dreams and goals. Getting that extra time will give a chance to me to try every possible thing I can, but on the other hand too much of anything is bad. for example, Angus Tuck, who was young for over a hundred years got bored of his youth and he wanted to die. At a point he tells Winne, “Livings heavy work, but off to one side, the way we are, its useless, too. It dont make sense. If I knowed how to climb back on the wheel, Id do it in a minute. You cant have living without dying. So you cant call it living, what we got. We just are, we just be, like rocks beside the road.”(Babbitt,