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forthcoming. On the other hand, Carr, in his essay "Is Google Making Us Stupid?" ( Carr, 2008). utilizes his ethos built on his own credibility and convinces the audience or the readers about the importance of the topic. Irony This article by Ann Wiener is full of ironical issues that encompass the fact that even in the advent of new technologies and start-up culture in the city of San Francisco, this hype of impending wave of technology instead of only impacting the city positively, it has attracted huge city's long-standing tension both socially and economically. Conclusion In summary, the essay “In San Francisco, Tech Money Doesn’t Buy Happiness,” describes the hype about the approaching or the looming waves of tech companies have rocked the city of San Francisco with various social and economic transformations. The narrator Ann is also concerned with uncovering not only the pleasantries of the economic advances but also the dark side of such changes on the low-class citizens that are also domiciled in the city. The article is thus analyzed through various tools like persona, themes, the ethos, and the irony and also through comparison approach with other essays studied before.
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ESSAY ANALYSIS 5 References Anna W. (May 21, 2019). In San Francisco, Tech Money Doesn't Buy Happiness. The New Yorker Carr, N. (2008). Is Google making us stupid?. Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education , 107 (2), 89-94. Woolf, V. (1930). Street Haunting. (A London Adventure.) .
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