Drawbridge Assignment: Why the Baroness is Responsible for her Own Death

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Essay #: 064017
Total text length is 4,224 characters (approximately 2.9 pages).

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The beginning:
Drawbridge Assignment: Why the Baroness is Responsible for her Own Death
One page cover letter: strengths and weaknesses
The strength of the assignment lies in the fact it plainly puts the onus where it should – on the foolish baroness. The paper also carefully follows the skeleton model but perhaps did not sufficiently distinguish between the various sub-terms introduced in our course materials (after all, what is the difference, in this context, between “facts” and “details”?).
The weakness of the assignment has been discussed in the last paragraph, to some extent, but the secondary worry is that the assignment appears “harsh” in terms of its assessment of the baroness; this is regrettable and maybe quite a bit unfair. In any case, the...
The end:
.....resource exhausted, the Baroness returned to the bridge in desperation, attempted to cross to the castle, and was slain by the madman” (“Drawbridge assignment,”2). All she had to do was to walk away from her former life and she would still be alive.
There is no question that the baroness is responsible for her own death: she could have avoided such a marriage; she could have avoided the affair; and she could have avoided returning to the same place where the madman resided. She chose none of these things and she created her own end by doing so. We all have choices to make in life, and the baroness chose to do the wrong three in three different circumstances.
Works Cited
“Drawbridge assignment.” Pp.1-2 (additional information not available).