Close Reading Book Review A Drug Called Tradition
Choose a character in The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven with whom you most relate. Compare and contrast how that character's personal and cultural background influences the character's thoughts, feelings, and behaviors with how your personal and cultural background influences your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. ( I uploaded some stores, not all, but all very short stories from the book, so please read as more as possible since more stories mean more knowledgeable about the characters. THANK YOU).
About me: I'm a Chinese, who is 26 years old. I'm a traditional woman that believes family is most important but I still need freedom. I like traveling, listening music, watching movies, and swimming. I believe human rights, blacks live matter, and everyone is equal. (Writer can connect the information about me and better write more about Chinese culture).In a formal, argumentative essay of 1250 to 1500 words (according to the word count tool in Microsoft Word), respond to the prompt. To do this, develop a thesis (main argument) that answers the prompt. The rest of the essay will comprise your attempts to convince the reader of the veracity of your thesis. First-person ("I") statements are fine when appropriate. Consider your audience to be a smart, educated person who has read, but is not an expert on, the short stories. I expect you to use specific examples from the book and from your own experiences as evidence for the points you want to make. You are welcome to write about anything you feel comfortable sharing with me. Anything you write will remain confidential (as long as it doesn't suggest potential harm to yourself or others, which I'm obligated to report). First-person ("I") statements are acceptable and expected.
The essay addresses the assignment, demonstrating both familiarity with pertinent critical issues and independent thought. Responds thoroughly to the assignment.The essay shows especially careful development of related ideas in coherent, sequential paragraphs. Consistently uses strong, persuasive evidence.
Book Review: A Drug Called Tradition
In Sherman Alexie's book called “The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven” is the chapter called “A Drug Called Addiction.” This short story has three main characters, Victor, Junior and Eccentric Thomas-Build-the-Fire who pays to host a huge party upon benefiting from Washington Water Power who compensated him money for putting electricity poles on his inherited land. Victor and Junior, who are great friends, decide to go for some magic mushrooms on the shores of Benjamin Lake. As they drive down the lake, they find Thomas by the roadside and they ask him to join them. Victor asks Thomas to describe what he sees on the mushrooms he gives him. Alexie's writings explain the difference between the real Native American Indians back in a period of 20 years ago and the modern Native American Indian in the present day. The aim of this article is to explain how the characters' personal and cultural background influences their actions compared to our current situation and draw conclusions.
In this character, Alexie ensured that the “The Real Indians” were explored. Nevertheless, his characters maintain a strong tie with their Native American Indian traditions. Alexie's stories explain how it is c
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