Cutting Both Ways: Race, Prejudice, and Motive in Tony Hillerman's Detective Fiction
Quote the article’s main thesis All of the novels are carefully wrought mysteries, satisfying for mystery fans as well as for critics. They are also, however, telling commentaries upon contemporary American life in the Southwest, for in addition to beautiful nature imagery and re-markably clear and effective glimpses into Native American life, they offer vivid accounts of the difficulties of operating in a multi-ethnic society.
Is the thesis direct or implied? Explain.
Create a Working MLA Works cited entry for the scholarly journal article.
Explain how the journal article has increased your understanding of either Tony Hillerman’s works or interpretive arguments. The journal article helps me understand more about Tony Hillerman’s works. His works tells us commentaries upon contemporary American life, and beautiful nature imagery and re-markably clear and effective glimpses into Native American life, they offer vivid accounts of the difficulties of operating in a multi-ethnic society.
The issue of our choice is Unemployment
Working Works cited entry How can you tell that this source is geared toward a general audience? This source is gear toward a general audience because it tells about a normal issue that everyone cares about. Secondly, this paper includes the statistic, pictures to help people understand easily. Also, the writing style is easy to understand. The paper does not require the specific knowledge to understand.
Provide a direct quotation that illustrates your assertion. “At least 8.4 million Americans cannot find jobs. Two million have been jobless for more than six months and are exhausting their savings. Meanwhile, the federal-state unemployment-insurance system, designed during the Great Depression to help the jobless and stimulate the economy, is strapped for funds and under...