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Essay heading: Sights and Sounds of America
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Issue: Creative Writing
Written by: Hayk Ghukasyan
Date added: July 1, 2009
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Providing a contrast as seen in the first and second portions of the excerpt, Steinbeck distinguishes between the wanted life of the city and the unwanted life of the desert.
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By using the sentence, “The desert, being an unwanted place, might well be the last stand of life against unlife”, Steinbeck conveys a paradox. The paradox is created by using the phrases “unwanted place” and “last stand of life against unlife.” The paradox is the desert which is an unwanted place, being the last hope against death...
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