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Unformatted text preview: 2-141)Papers/announcements2)Discussion a)Rabbit, Runi)How is this a valuable source? What does it tell us about the 50s? (1) It shows the social and cultural influences of the century. It is a different way of writing from The Wise Men. (2) That political decisions of building highways, this book shows the outcomes of those decisions: life in the suburbs. (3) The characters are living in an apartment which counters the U.S. self depiction of the suburb family. (4) Rabbit is self absorbed, insulating himself from the outside world and politics. ii) He sees people going to church(1) He wakes up with a hang over on Sunday to see people dressed the same marching to schooliii) Why doesn’t his plan of leaving and staying out under the stars work out?(1) To get anywhere you have to know where you’re going to from the beginning(2) There is never any gurantee that where you are going is better than what you are leaving(3) What is his reaction to interacting with people from other towns?...
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- Fall '06
- Rabbit, mob bosses, U.S. self depiction, great basketball player.