Essays on vampire literature

Cassie Newton is a Sunnydale High student with a precognitive ability who appears in Season Seven, played by Azura Skye . In the episode " Help ", Cassie comes to Buffy's guidance office and predicts her own death on the next Friday. Though she remains adamant her fate can't be averted, Buffy and her friends become determined to save her, even when any leads to what could cause her demise turn up false. Buffy eventually saves her from a group of boys who try to kill her in order to raise a demon. Moments later, Buffy saves Cassie from a lethal booby trap. It seems fate has been cheated, but immediately afterward, Cassie dies of a heart attack caused by a hereditary condition of which she had been kept unaware, fulfilling her own prophecy. Buffy's encounter with Cassie made her realize that, regardless of her victories in battle, she cannot avert fate.

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Essays on vampire literature

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