A Deserving Death

i enjoyed the story very much. i think the husband got what he deserved in the end. Delia seemed liked a woman who believed in her self and didn’t backed off from what she thoguht was right. She looked like a woman who didn’t want him to die but at the same time wanted him to go away. All in all her husband got what he deserved in the end. A good story in the end

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Alex Mueller can be found running and cycling the streets and suburbs of Boston, taking long sojourns in rare book archives whenever he can. He teaches English at UMass Boston, serves as Book Review Editor for Arthuriana, and writes about digital pedagogy, open access publishing, and medieval literature.

2 thoughts on “A Deserving Death

  1. I agree with you! Sykes definitely got what he deserved. Delia was kind of like a slave to Sykes because she was locked into this marriage that she didn't want to be in because he was so abusive and cruel to her. I can relate to this because I was a slave to Prospero. However, he did not abuse me like Sykes did to Delia so that is a huge difference, however I can relate to the fact that Delia felt locked into Syke's control, the same way I was locked into Prospero's control.

  2. indeed, he sure got what he deserved. in all honesty i wish i had a snake too. Do you want to know why? I guess u do. anyway, if i had a snake i would have done what sykes did. Hide it somewhere in the house to kill them two boring husband I had. I think I would have let the snake chocked jankin for putting his hand on me. instead of scared him with it, because i don't jankin would have been afraid of a snake. just chocked,not killed after all I loved him.

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