molotov man response

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Cassie Morgan College Writing: LIT-100-047 Professor Warfield 11 October 2007 Short Response to “On the Rights of Molotov Man” Plagiarism is a very delicate subject and has many debatable points. After reading Rosen’s chapter about plagiarism and the “On The Rights Of Molotov Man” article, I was still unsure as to whether what Garnett did should be considered plagiarism. Is what Garnett produced considered plagiarism? I suppose that it would be considered plagiarism since she did use part of Meiselas’s photograph, but Garnett added a different twist to the work. But, if we apply this to other examples, does this mean that Andy Warhol was plagiarizing by copying the image of a Campbell soup can? Although the painting is a similar image, it is presented in a different medium and can be interpreted very differently by each person. When I compared the two works, I got an angrier feeling from the painting and I could really tell that Pablo Arauz, Molotov Man, was frustrated. That feeling of frustration was not as strong when I looked at the
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