SWA4EXPWRT#3 - Wyn Gannon Professor McClure-Wade Expository...

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Wyn Gannon Professor McClure-Wade Expository Writing 1010-044 September 26, 2007 Short Writing Assignment 1. Ehrenreich notes some differences between what people see on television and what happens in “real life”. One is that on television the viewers always see a family that works through interesting things, has interesting things to talk about, and are almost always witty. This makes a real family seem boring because they aren’t near as interesting as the families viewed on television every day. However, the main difference that she notes is that people in “real life” watch television, and they see a world without television. These differences are definitely criticisms of how we live. It shows how very hypocritical the American lifestyle is. We watch television to see a world without television; that is like going on a date to find out what it would be like not to date the person you are going with. Not only is it hypocritical, it doesn’t make any sense. If the true American lifestyle was shown on television, then no one would watch television
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This note was uploaded on 10/02/2011 for the course ENGLISH 2030 taught by Professor Henry during the Fall '08 term at University of Tennessee.

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SWA4EXPWRT#3 - Wyn Gannon Professor McClure-Wade Expository...

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