The excerpt represents the core issue or deciding factor on which you must meditate, and is drawn from The Research Magnificent by H. G. Wells:|
because she could not think of complicated or abstract things, she
had to make things personal, and he was the only personality
available. She fretted over his existence for some days therefore
(once she awakened and thought about him in the night), and then
suddenly she determined to grasp her nettle. She decided to seize
and obliterate this Prothero. He must come to Chexington and be
thoroughly and conclusively led on, examined, ransacked, shown up,
and disposed of for ever. At once. She was not quite clear how she
meant to do this, but she was quite resolved that it had to be done.
Anything is better than inaction.
There was a little difficulty about dates and engagements, but he