Plz check this paragraph .
“A True Story” (CAPS) is a (FIRST NAME?) Lucian‘s masterpiece in which he explore(S) the (DELETE "THE.") outer space. It has been never written such kind of scientif(IC) theory that anticipated modern fictional themes. (SENTENCE AWKWARD AND UNCLEAR.) Lucian seems to be a versatile writer of his era, (SPACE COMES AFTER THE COMMA, BUT NEEDS SEMICOLON.) he gives ("A") different perspective to think about space to his reader. To read the Lucian (DO YOU READ THE AUTHOR OR THE STORY?), It (NO CAP) is very impossible to think that Luican belong(S) to 160 D (AD?). He gives every tiny detail that belong(S) to the space (COMMA) and he mades it up with many ("MUCH") stuff that was ("DID") not exist; such as outer space colonization of planets, different encounter(S) event (DELETE "EVENT.") with alien(S). He seems to be powerful to ("WITH") his imaginative ideas, even he (";HE EVEN") talks about to go ("GOING TO THE") planet Sun. (IS SUN A PLANET?) Like he said (COMMA) “Once I win this war I ‘m involved in against the people living on the sun....” (USE ELLIPSES TO INDICATE MISSING PORTIONS OF SENTENCE.)(1101).
In conclusion .It (COMMA, NO PERIOD OR CAP) is not doubt(FUL) to say that Lucian is a father of all fiction baloney of this modern age.
Caps are only for contrast.
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