BUS 100 Lecture Notes - Antireligion, Margaret Atwood, Barbara Ehrenreich

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Purple writing is thesis; if there is any way you can make it into one sentence or make it smoother that would be greatly appreciated. Making transitions if there isn"t any and having those sharp closing statements to relate back to why the book is anti-religious. Third paragraph (body #2) bolded is what needs to be there that i can"t seem to wrap my mind around i would love a good bulllshitting :p. General editing in terms of grammar and paraphrase like crazy! You have the permission to change/alter whatever you"d like if you think it will help . Atwood is making a definitive statement as to whether god created man or whether man created god. Undoubtedly, she is suggesting that man creates god in his own mind. Jimmy uses crake as the creator of the crakers and oryx as the creator of animals.

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