Questions about Forster, Scudder, and Bronoski

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Writing the Essay: Science 11:00 – 12:15 September 18, 2005 Questions about Forster, Scudder, and Bronoski How do Forster, Scudder, and Bronoski compare in their attitude towards looking? Scudder – He observes the subject in different perspectives, not just one. Forster – Forster looks at pictures in detail and then finds special qualities about them. Bronoski – Bronoski keeps an open mind on observing what he is observing and tries to connect the subject to something else. All the writers seem to like to observe in all possible forms of point of views and think about all the possibilities of looking at the subject. They like to look at the subject try to see something about the subject that no one else would think of when looking at the subject. Looking at the subject differently than anyone else’s view of the subject allows the observer to see more of the subject than just the normal way one would see when observing the subject. What do they hope to find by looking?
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This essay was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course CONWEST 101 taught by Professor Arcilla during the Fall '08 term at NYU.

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