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Unformatted text preview: Sean Quigley Ap English 2A 09/17/11 Scrubbing in Maine Comprehension 1. Ehrenreich differs from the other maids because of the fact that she finds a way to not hate her job. She the way that this is written, it Is like a diary of what she is thinking about while she is working. She uses a lot of sarcasm to humor herself and keep her entertained while doing a tedious and exhausting tasks. 5. Ehrenreich refers to the maids in the training videos as relaxed and carefree, saying that she moves “serenely”. On the contrary the maids are jobs a very time oriented, rushed, and hectic as shown here, “We do not walk to the cars without our buckets full of cleaning fluids and utensils in the morning, we run, and when we pull up to a house, we run with our buckets to the door.” Purpose and Audience 1. “I am in hell right now, it can, and probably will get worse. How much worse is unknown.” I think that everyone could agree that her life is terrible but I do not believe it is as bad as she is...
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- Spring '11
- English, Thought, Connotation, AP English 2A, Sean Quigley