“A big thank you to all my haters”North Cackalack, USA He was born in sevierville , tennessee , in 1989. He received his BS degree from Logistics and his master’s of public administration in 2007, both from the university of Tennessee He is currentely a Doctrol student . He has written a number of articles on Environmental issues. His essay (Once Unique,Soon a Place,Like any Other) first appeared in Newsweek on November 14,2005.
Born on September 16, 1950 (age 62) Keyser, West Virginia, U.S Occupation: Author, documentary filmmaker,essayist, literary critic, professor Nationality: American He serves as the Alphonse Fletcher University Professor at Harvard University, where he is director of the W. E. B. Du Bois Institute for African and African American Research. Essay “What’s in a Name” excerpted from a long article published in fall 1989 issue of Dissent Magazine.
Born in Scotland (June 22, 1906 – January 20, 1978) Gilbert Highet is best known as a mid-20th-century teacher of the humanities in the United States He married with well-known novelist Helen MacInnes in 1932. devoted most of his energy to teaching, he also aspired to raise the level of mass culture and achieved broader influence by publishing essays and books Essay “Subway Station” is taken from his book “Talent and Geniuses”(1957).
This paragraph is an extended form of the main idea. Its main aim is to providea contrast of the earlier, beautiful place, that it used to be, with the new badlook.The current new look is so crowded with buildings that the old unique look i.e.the ridges, mountains and creeks seem no more prominent.