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Emo Analysis - Living in an emo lifestyle weather they...

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Anonymous Anonymous English 14 September 2007 It Feels Good to Hate Greenwald, Andy. “Introduction.” Nothing Feels Good: Punk Rock, Teenagers, and Emo. St. Martins Griffin, 2003. 1-5. Rpt. in Strategies for Successful Writing 8 th Ed. Ed. James A. Reinking and Robert von der Osten. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2007. 595-97. Greenwald insists that the emo lifestyle is one that is subjective and has no official definition. The thought of having an emo lifestyle is then looked upon with curiosity. While it may be true there is no specific classification for an emo lifestyle, there must still be some overwhelming ideas that encompass an emo person. Greenwald hits on this to an extent, but is not willing to conclude that there are any consistencies.
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Unformatted text preview: Living in an emo lifestyle, weather they admit it or not, one is more open with emotions. They are willing to spill out their feelings to people more often. Those who display emo character traits also wear their emotions on their sleeves. This is seen in the way they dress. Those who are emo also are involved in making statements through their body. Many times Emo people are seen changing their hairstyle to stick out to gain attention. Emo people may not admit to living in that style, but when one sees a person dressing in tight garments, attempting fashion statements such as messing with hair, and spilling out their emotions to others, one can only assume that person is part of the emo lifestyle....
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