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Literature; Written Arts
Celia Bland, Charles Walls
The Net Generation has seen an exponential growth in the industrial sciences, which has also influenced social and cultural interactions among individuals. This collection of short stories means to explore the American technological age through a variety of primal human tendencies: greed, violence, guilt, and love. Through out the collection, I attempt to provide a further understanding of the Americana in such a new era, also exploring male aggression, capitalism, and racism through the lens of our digitalized environment, ultimately, aiming to comprehend, through these stories, the effects of technology on American culture and society, in this time and age – a mere attempt.
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