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Transcript of Inked Well
David has also authored & coauthored about twenty nine books.
Some of his famous works includes;
The House on boulevard
Mark Strand and the Poet's Place in Contemporary Culture Summary David Kirby " I use to think tattoos were for either lowlifes or those who wanted to pretend they were, but my mind now stands changed by the thoughtful, articulate people I talked to and the spectacular designs that had been inked into their bodies." Connections made Do you or have you ever placed judgement on a person with tattoo?
Do you feel that tattoos are a form of art or are they a humiliation to ones character? Discussion Questions Baronet- is the holder of a hereditary baronetcy awarded by the British Crown.
Ascetic-(From the word Asceticism), describes a lifestyle characterized by abstinence from various worldly pleasures, often with the aim of pursuing religious and spiritual goals.
Propensity-a natural inclination or tendency Terms to know Works Cited Kirby, David. "Inked Well." Patterns for College Writing. By Laurie G. Kirszner and Stephen R. Mandell. 12th ed. Boston: Bedford/st. Martins, 2004. 685-89. Print.
THE END From reading this literary piece I feel that it is very relative in our everyday lives. Each an everyday people are always being judge by their outside. I gain an understanding that it is not always right to judge people based on physical attributes. sometimes all it takes is a little conversation and stead of going out an placing judgement on certain people. Presented by: Xavier Houston