rhetorical analysis- A man without a country

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Dean Search Professor McCorry Thought and Expression 22 October 2010 “We are here on earth to fart around. Do not let anybody tell you any different.” This quote used by Kurt Vonnegut is the basis of his argument in the excerpt from A Man Without a Country. Basically Vonnegut goes on tangents of how people interact with the world around them. He begins by telling the audience about how Ned Ludd, a textile worker in England around the nineteenth century purposely sabotaged machines in order to keep his job. It goes onto mention that seventeen men were later executed for machine breaking, which at the time was considered a capital crime. He then talks about his experience going out to buy an envelope. A newsstand is where he purchased his envelope. The lady running this newsstand is Hindu and has a jewel between her eyes. During the process he questions the civilians buying lottery tickets. Vonnegut soon leaves the newsstand and arrives at the postal convenience center. There he expresses to the
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This note was uploaded on 12/17/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Chapman during the Spring '11 term at Arcadia University.

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