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B. LucianLiterature Professor, Diploma in Classic Literature, Denver, Colorado
Literature Professor, Diploma in Classic Literature, Denver, Colorado
Answered on Oct 04, 2019
Zombies and humans are alike in some ways because they have the same body parts. What makes the zombies different are their body parts are rotten. They are also unable to make use of their motor skills the same way that humans can. It seems that humans are fascinated with zombies because they feel like they are looking at themselves.
There are people who may be acting like zombies right now. They do the same routines all over and over again. They are alive but they do not feel that there is any life to what they are doing. They find it hard to experience emotions because of various reasons. Zombies can be a metaphor for how people feel right now.
Even though many people find it hard to believe that zombies and humans have something in common, they actually do have something in common. They both appear as human beings. Humans are of course going to look like human beings, but zombies are those who used to be humans and died, but they retain their human appearance. They may appear gaunt and white and their clothes may be shredded.
Zombies and humans both move in the same way by walking. Some noises that the zombies make may resemble some of the sounds that the humans make. For instance, if the human grunts from being hurt, the zombies also grunts, but they grunt for no reason and they grunt all of the time.