ENGL 102 Lesson 13

ENGL 102 Lesson 13 - Joseph Walter Clark 15 Mar. 2008...

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Joseph Walter Clark 15 Mar. 2008 English 102 Lesson 13 1. I have access to UNC’s various libraries, which includes the graduate and undergraduate catalogs. This also includes access to a number of periodical. My particular research paper will most likely make use of internet sources. 2. The original idea was unconventional families (A&B 511). I wanted to analyze the association between a character, Nell, in Neal Stephenson’s The Diamond Age, Or A Young Lady’s Illustrated Primer and her Primer, a fictional computer meant to raise a child. My thesis will be that Neal Stephenson is crediting the value of this technology for human upbringing contingent on its connection to another human who is sympathetic or parental. 3. 1. The topic is my thesis. I’ve read and logged about the primary source, with a lack of secondary sources due to the obscurity of the text. My research question asks whether Stephenson believes a Turing machine can raise a child or not. 2. In Neal Stephenson’s The Diamond Age, or A Young Lady’s Illustrated Primer
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course ENGL 102 taught by Professor Frost during the Spring '07 term at UNC.

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ENGL 102 Lesson 13 - Joseph Walter Clark 15 Mar. 2008...

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