Fat And Happy Analysis

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Register to read the introduction… He believes children will be fed well, not one person will feel self-conscious, and children will not struggle with eating disorders (183). Although Schwartz makes some valid points, Schwartz becomes stereotypical with his “fantasy”. “People will wear horizontal stripes and bold colors” is one of the examples of being stereotypical. Fat people do not retain themselves from wearing a design just because it makes them look more wide, but because they simply do not like the pattern (184). When describing the society, he takes advantage of the concept of pathos, trying to get readers to agree with him by expressing his opinion, rather than stating facts. Making the society fat would leave those who struggle with gaining weight a minority, causing the roles to be reversed, a never ending

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