Dystopian novels represent the specific category within the world of the book business. This class is nothing original; dystopian novels have caught the attention of audiences and critics alike for decades. Take, for instance, 1984, the favorite book published by George Orwell, published in 1949. In recent years, this class of dystopian writing has shifted and evolved leading in the establishment of sub-categories and markets within it. Most obvious is the establishment of the new demand for dystopian literature: Young adults. This assumption of teenage individual dystopian novels is often the same as those geared towards adults, but delicate shifts in sub-genres and story improvement have gone into play to best catch the attention of young readers. These books frequently go towards topics of value for young adults today. For instance, the original Feed, by M.T. Anderson makes a close look at the influence of the media and publicity on not just our society as a whole, but specifically on teens.
The question above seeks to assess your ability to identify and interpret poetical elements and techniques. For that reason, it's not right for me to write this paragraph for you, but I'll show you how to write one.
First, you must read the entire poem that your question refers to and understand the message and meaning of the poem. Next, you must do a rereading to identify the poetic elements and techniques.
To facilitate this identification, you can search for articles, which analyze this poem. This is because these analyzes are capable of showing all the elements and poetical techniques used in the poem, as well as presenting their effect and significance.
After that, you can write your paragraph as follows:
Present the poem.
Introduce the theme of the poem.
Show the elements and techniques of the poem.
Show how these elements and techniques were used efficiently.
Show the effect that elements and techniques have.
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Read Proposed Treatment to Fix Genetic Diseases Raises Ethical Issues, By Rob Stein, NPR's Morning Edition, 2013
What are some of the ethical issues of editing human DNA? Cite examples from the text to defend your answer.
According to the text, the most controversial ethical issue regarding editing human DNA is that it creates the possibility of making designer babies with modifications that provide better intelligence or physical performance.
Other issues are the potential identity crisis of someone who has been born with genes from three different people and the potential risk of introducing errors into the human genetic code and therefore spreading genetic diseases among the community.