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Microtheme1 - Joseph Franz February 3, 2008 Eng-W 131...

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Joseph Franz February 3, 2008 Eng-W 131 Basgier 2:30 Micro Theme 1 Part I (Summary): David Brooks writes about how different suburbs really are from one another. They range from the heavily immigrant working-class populated to the wealthy, “nose pointed straight up in the air” communities. They all strive to meet the “Paradise Spell,” the ideally perfect life style set in the future. The issues of past and present suburbia are represented in his argument. The ideas of exurbia, one step further than suburbia from the cities, and its materialistic ways. Brooks describes the trends as follows: first, immigrants come over and become a part of the urban city population; then, they proceed to slowly move out of the urban city areas to further and further suburbia locations; finally, they become successful enough to move out to exurbia, the furthest extensions of settlements before rural life is reached. 183 words
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course ENG-W 131 taught by Professor Neal during the Spring '08 term at Indiana.

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