summer reading

Topics: Slavery, Slavery in the United States, Abraham Lincoln Pages: 1 (283 words) Published: June 1, 2014
Yik Yin Lau
1AC
9-21-2013
Summer reading part 2
@@@@In the book Abraham Lincoln:Vampire Hunter, the quote that conveys the same message as the book is "So long as this country is cursed with slavery, so too will it be cursed with vampires" - Seth Grahame-smith, Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter. The quote means that slavery is very wrong, it is a very big issue and it must be stopped, so Abraham decides to fight against injustice. The summary of the book is when Abraham Lincoln is 6 years old, he learns from his father that vampires are real. Later, vampires killed his family, he hates all the vampires and vows to kill as many vampires as he can. One time he is nearly killed by vampires, and is saved by a good vampire named Henry. Henry tells Abraham stories about vampires ( there are good and evil vampires ), and also teaches him how to fight against them. Lincoln spends the summer with Henry sharpening his senses. Henry sends Lincoln the names and addresses of evil vampires, And Abraham starts to track them down and kills them. The idea is that vampires are evil, they killed Abraham's family. In order to avenger for his family, he learns how to fight and track the vampires. Abraham does not like slavery, as well as the vampires, he decided to fight against injustice. The quote "So long as this country is cursed with slavery, so too will it be cursed with vampires" - Seth Grahame-smith, Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter explains that he hates slavery, and knows that if they stop slavery, it's easier to get rid of vampires because those evil vampires buy slaves and suck their blood.
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