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How does the writer of two weeks with the Queen makes us feel sympathy for different characters

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A Typical week without electricity :) Dear Diary today was a weird day I woke up this morning with the sound of the storms and thunder around me I couldn't believe my eyes and I kept looking around trying to find someone,I thought it's a dream I tried to rub my eyes for several times but nothing was happening was it the end of the modern age? In this moment all I could think about what's happening I kept looking until I saw a shadow coming toward me and it was getting bigger and bigger until it arrived I realized it was my little brother and my mother I ran and hugged them and asked them ...read more.

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We stayed under a tree for few the whole night , In the morning I heard my little brother laughing I opened my eyes slowly and I saw him playing with my other brother in the sand while my mum and dad was arguing about what was happening I went and sat with my brothers until my mum called us and said " we should a way of survival" . we started walking and looking for a shelter until we saw our house !! it looked pretty old and damaged like if its been 150 years .. ...read more.

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) so we didn't have anything to do we start running out of food and water , food got stinked because there was no fridges mobile phones went of because we couldn't charge it back life was so different and boring .. until I felt someone was shaking me I opened my eyes and it was my mum waking me up for school :) it was only a dream !! electrical devices * Mobile Phones * Laptops / PC * Lights * TVs * MP3 Player * IPOD * Stereo * Heaters * Fans * Water heater * Hair dryer * Hair straighter * Boiling kettle * Coffee maker * Toaster * Curler * Microwaves ...read more.

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