Diagonstic - Matthew Lingam 16 January 2009 Sara Lawrence...

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Matthew Lingam 16 January 2009 Sara Lawrence Lightfoot’s portrayal of high school students is one that most would call stereotypical. To say that the boys have “men’s voices, bearded faces, and huge, bulky frames” is to make it seem like most of the population of high schools are like that. “The good” as she calls it is all around, and she must have been blinded by the so called bad things to even see past the primary layer of high school. I mean give or take the bad things are always seen first, but given time you will finally be able to see “good” that has been there all along. I came from a school in which everyone knew each other, and everyone was nice to each other. Everyone was willing to learn and most people even craved for knowledge. Sara Lawrence Lightfoot makes it seem like all of the hungry to learn, and the “good” have disappeared, but it is still there and it is still as strong as ever. Most kids in high school would like to get in the best college to suit their
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