Here is a little overview of the pieces you might or must read, along with a little snippet of my purpose for giving you these choices. What’s dialogical about East of Eden? Most blatantly, the title, which is an allusion to a location first named in Genesis (the book, not.
Please keep in mind that what I’m presenting here is a set of strategies, not restrictive expectations for how you go about your reading and writing. That being said, I wouldn’t be spending time on them if experience didn’t tell me that these strategies will be an enormous benefit to.
You’re tired. You finally had a weekend where there wasn’t much you had to do, and the invisible forces that exist to remind you that time is a manipulable concept and not a fact stole from you an hour of sleep. That’s messed up. But because I care, and because.
U2 has a song at the end of the Pop album in which Bono sings, “Jesus, Jesus help me. I’m alone in this world, and a f***ed up world it is too.” It is a sentiment that I think pretty much everyone has thought at one point or another, though.