Mrs. Pettit, Meet Hiram Grandiose
Prompt #3 - Please post by 10:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 13th.
As the novella progresses and comes to a close, Equality certainly questions the morality of his society (as we discussed in Prompt #1). Describe the change in his perspective of his society, and WHAT SPECIFIC EVENTS bring about this change. Remeber to write at least 4 sentences to receive credit.
Cleverly posing as Hiram Grandiose, tenth grade student, I replied with this:
As the novella progresses, Equality's perspective of his society changes from one of ambivalence to one of apathy. Morality becomes more of an afterthought as Equality begins to rationalize his ambiguity in terms of adolescent behavioral tendencies. Vehement homogeneous presumptions perpetuate an inaptitude of systematic gregarious presupposition. Symbolic emergence is also essential to the abstract intimation of Prometheus' adjudication of the extraneous ambience.
Please forgive the tardiness of my reply
Needless to say, harassing Mrs. Pettit will now become a regular part of my routine for the foreseeable future. Yes, Mrs. Pettit, you will rue the fucking day that you thought that you could use your blog as an innocent, helpful, classroom tool. Hiram Grandiose will make sure of that.