Studies in Narrative

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 Wallace’s “Consider the Lobster” explore a wide variety of themes including tourism, consumerism, and the human/non-human-animal relationship. Make an argument grounded in the relationship between the content of “Consider the Lobster” and its narrative construction. Cite Wallace, Abbott, and Morton(USE THE ROLE OF IMAGINATION JOURNALISM ARTICLE) with either MLA or Chicago Style of Citation.  750-1100 Words

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  • Wallace’s “Consider the Lobster” explore a wide variety of themes including tourism, consumerism, and the human/non-human-animal relationship. Make an argument grounded in the relationship …

  • 750-1100-words

    Drawing from Lindsey Morton’s scholarship and Abbott’s Introduction to Narrative, what is the role of imagination in Kathryn Schulz’s “The Really Big One”?


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