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Copy of David Wallace

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"Good People"
Charles Heard Nicholas Craddieth

"Good People"
Tells the story of a young christian couple dealing with the hardships of an unplanned pregnancy.

The story details the thought process of the male in determining what the best course of action would be.
Media
The topic of abortion has been a constant theme in media.
David Foster Wallace

Important Themes
Religion/Morals
Self Perception
The title "Good People"
Fear
Love
Modern Perception on abortion
Theme Oriented Discussion

Do you think men should have a say?

Do you think Good people make bad decisions, or are our decisons is what make us who we are?

What is your motivator behind your stance on abortion? i.e Religion, Role Models etc...
American novelist, short story writer, essayist, and professor of English and creative writing. Wallace is widely known for his 1996 novel Infinite Jest, which was cited by Time magazine as one of the 100 best English-language novels from 1923 to 2005. He is commonly reffered to as "The voice of his generation".


February 21, 1962 – September 12, 2008)
1974
2007
Societal attitudes towards abortion have varied throughout different historical periods and cultures. One manner of assessing such attitudes in the modern era has been to conduct opinion polls to measure levels of public opinion on abortion
Abortion is seemingly becoming more acceptable
Any Questions????
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