Pilgrim At Tinker Creek Analysis
This is all about people I care about or consider important in the world because everybody is a tool they either get used or they use someone else. For example a child is being a parasite unknowingly to their parents, taking food, shelter, and money or the parent taking advantage of the child making the child grow to be big and strong or successful, giving the parent a sense of fulfillment or like they actually made a difference in the world. Another example is my boss, if he does not want to do something, to benefit him he will have me do it with no benefit to me just making me work more and wearing me down. A final example of this is an education setting. As
I said before I use you for information and you use me to ether get money for doing your job and/or a sense of accomplishment, such as you passed on your knowledge to a future generation and your education did not go to waste.
My overall reaction to this text is it was ok. I would never read something like this again or by this Annie Dillard unless I had to. I did not think it was bad it was just long and drawn out it could have been 1/10 the size and still said the exact something. The author Annie just seemed to put a lot of fluff in, like she had a page number she had to reach and she just threw in a bunch