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English 101 3 Pages

“On Being A Cripple” By Mairs

Question

Write an essay asserting your positions on the topics and sub-topics discussed and support your claim(s) with:

  1. Textual evidence from the text;
  2. Explanation of why the author’s reasoning is flawed in a specific away (if you feel that it is), citing support for your position by inference or implication in the text;
  3. Any factual knowledge you possess that is useful to your discussion, e.g., experiences relating to the issue discussed (briefly stated – 2 to 3 relatively short sentences) and explain the relationship to the issue raised in Mairs’ text, using the experiences she writes of and yours as supporting evidence.

Your essay must be three full pages or more in length. Use essential parts of the text within your essay to support your discussion. Take time to organize your essay before writing it to avoid summary, tangents, and irrelevancies. Do not use first person “I” in your essay. Do not use second person “you.”

Solution

Title: “On Being A Cripple” By Mairs
Length: 3 pages (875 Words)
Style: MLA

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On Being a Cripple

Feeling like you have to justify your pain or make a lengthy explanation anytime someone says you must be feeling right today. Nancy Mairs now seventy years old was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis at the age of twenty-eight. Multiple sclerosis refers to an inflammatory disease that damages the nerve cells and makes it difficult for parts of the nerve cells. It is an unpredictable and an uncontrollable nature of disease and it can lead to someone suffering from the following effects; loss of vision, impaired hearing, vibration of the body, and a general pain to the whole body. Nancy Mairs tries to explain why she prefers to use the term "cripple" in identifying herself.

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