Jul 28, 2017

Bright-Sided by Barbara Ehrenreich and The More Factor by Lourence Shames

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Connecting Two Texts: Bright-Sided by Barbara Ehrenreich and The More Factor by Lourence Shames


Hello, I need an urgent service for the essay due for my English 103 class, that I am not able to write because of busy work schedule. It is basically a comparison and connecting essay, connecting two short essays from our textbook,"Signs of Life in the USA 7th edition by Sonia Maasik". I rather prefer to meet a person ,locally to be able to pass the articles and make sure of what is exactly needed. It is due Thursday November 21st. Please let me know Thanks Good day, This is a more clear instruction about the essay. 1-The title file explains what is needed for the essay( basically it is connecting and reflecting on two essays) 2- The instructor requirements are in the instruction file. 3- Read Barbara E file and then Laurence Shame`s file( the two essays) I need to have the essay by Wednesday afternoon to review and prepare it for the nest day please. Many thanks

NameInstructorSubjectDateConnecting Two Texts: Bright-Sided” by Barbara Ehrenreich and “The More Factor” by Lourence ShamesIt appears that Americans have always lived to their consumerism reputation. In line with the ideals of the American Dream, being American is all about being able to afford and enjoy the good things of life. It is also more than just accessing the goodies of life; most importantly, it is about having more and desiring for even more. Author Lourence Shames captures this American consciousness in “The More Factor” by alluding to a popular bumper sticker in the eighties that declared that “He Who Dies With The Most Toys Wins.” This cliché is not just a witty attempt at humor, but an illustration of the insatiable hunger for material success of the American society. With reference to Barbara Ehrenreich’s essay, Bright-Sided, this paper discusses the prevalence of Lourence Shames’ “Hunger for More” in America. Lourence Shames’ “The More Factor” examines the American culture of hungering for more material possessions. America’s insatiable desire for material wealth is attributed to three major American values: the quest for the American Dream, Consumerism, and capitalism. The American Dream is the driving force of America’s capitalist economy and consumerism. The American Dream is a big inspiration for many working class families wishing to move out of poverty and access all the luxuries of life. In light of Ehrenreich’s positive thinking ideology, Americans have this collective belief that one can achieve success by working hard and remaining optimism. Americans’ optimistic n...

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