Stuart Dybek Critique

Stuart Dybek Critique - 0000000 1 oooooooo Dr. Mc Dade 000...

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0000000 1 oooooooo Dr. Mc Dade 000 Intro. to Fiction 000 12 December 2007 Love is Sex Biologically proven and socially driven, it is a fact that men and women have different views on intercourse. Naturally, the activity’s main goal is to reproduce despite the contemporary definition that is solely based on pleasure. Genetically then, the most sensible course for men is to reproduce with as many females as possible to achieve the largest number of children. In other words, men are immorally loose; although the fact is an explanation, it is not a justification. On the other hand, as a result of a female’s role to hold the child in her own womb, she must be selective to who she reproduces with to conserve time and energy. Her requirements for the opposite sex is not only based physically (as it is with men) but also mentally. With so many complications concerning biological and genetical needs, love is pushed aside as an unimportant component in the intercourse action. Stuart Dybek focuses on the issue by offering two distinct point-of-views. Before he begins his short-story “We Didn’t”, he introduces a poem contrary to his views by Yehuda Amichai entitled “We Did It”. With an analysis of both
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2008 for the course ENGL 2305 taught by Professor Mcdade during the Fall '07 term at University of Houston.

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