Unformatted text preview: attention the needs of others over the desires of one, and this idea is crucial and applicable to Americans today. Body 1- talk about portrayal of V, why he acts the way he acts. (Secondary source relating) Elaborate on secondary source. Body 2- Evey, who she is, what does she represent. How she is influenced by V. (Secondary Source) Elaborate, explain, transition to Connie. Body 3- Connie, what is she like, why is she like that? What Arnold Friend was to her? How he influenced her to change. Movements in the late 60’s (secondary source). Body 3- V and Arnold friend as representations of Government, or change of Government. (Source about the government then and now) Body 4- V and Arnold’s “demographic”, more so the target audience of Oates’ and Moore. (source(s)). Elaborate. Body 5- What is the message? Who is it for? Where do we, as Americans, fit in? Conclusion....
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2012 for the course COM 102 taught by Professor Beuchamp during the Fall '11 term at Moraine Valley Community College.
- Fall '11
- Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?, V for Vendetta, Arnold Friend, Joyce Carol Oates