Essay about Analysis Of The Novel ' Neat People Vs. Sloppy People '
• My own humor was added to make reading the essay more enjoyable. Also, to have a chance at taking a risk by adding my own humor and learning how to do it.
• To help summarize the essays a conclusion was added that summed both of them up and how they relate. Baker vs. Britt In “The Plot Against People,” Russel Baker illustrates how inanimate objects tend to disappear. Baker describes all the ways objects will move themselves or break to add humor. In “Neat People vs. Sloppy People,” Suzanne Britt compares the differences between messy and neat people. Britt writes that she prefers sloppy over neat people, as they tend to be nicer in her opinion. Baker formulates conspiracies in his essay along with abstract ideas and a humorous tone making his essay funnier than Britt’s.
Baker creates conspiracies. He writes these conspiracies to explain how objects break or get lost on their own. Baker suggests, “The most plausible theory is that they have developed a secret method of locomotion which they are able to conceal the instant a human eye falls upon them” (151). Baker uses this theory to explain the magical way objects get lost. To back his theory, I had an experience where my pencil walked up stairs then jumped out the window which I later found outside. Additionally, groups of scientists have done multiple experiments with Baker’s theory. This is comical and funnier…