ENC 1101 Week 10 Assignmen1

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ENC 1101 Week 10 Assignment 1. Harris agrees with David Bartholomae that we “write not as isolated individuals but as members of communities whose beliefs, concerns, and practices both instigate and constrain, at least in part, the sorts of things we can say”. Later, Harris agrees with Roland Barthes, adding “We do not write simply as individuals, but we do not write simply as members of a community either”. What are Harris, Bartholomae, and Barthes saying here? Harris makes valid points about being a writer in a community. He implies that our writings are not only personal, they are “reflective of the communities to which we belong” (pg, 261). We do not write simply as individuals, but we do not write simply as members of the community either. It is because we are always simultaneously a part of several discourses and communities. We are already committed to a number of "conflicting beliefs and practices" (pg, 268).
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