Consider the following two passages from Hell’s Angels. The first is written by
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Consider the following two passages from Hell’s Angels. The first is written by Thompson himself, and is found on page 39. The second is a quote that is used as an epigraph for chapter 4.
“That was in December. Two more quiet months followed…and then came the Attorney General’s report, coast-to-coast infamy and a raft of new possibilities. The whole scene changed in a flash. One day they were a gang of bums, scratching for any hard dollar…and twenty-four hours later they were dealing with reporters, photographers, free-lance writers and all kinds of showbiz hustlers talking big money. By the middle of 1965 they were firmly established as all- American bogeymen.”
“They’re the Wild Bill Hickoks, the Billy the Kids—they’re the last American heroes we have, man.” –Ed “Big Daddy” Roth
What does “American” mean in each of these passages? In the first passage, it is used before “bogeymen.” In the second, it is used before “heroes.” Why does Hell’s Angels attempt to say that the Angels are both bogeymen and heroes? What point does the book end up making about the Angels? How do you know? In your introduction, your thesis should provide an overview answer to the questions here. Your body paragraphs should then more fully explain each point, one point per paragraph. Conclude effectively. Do not use any quotes from, paraphrases from, or summaries of outside sources here. This response paper should contain only your own ideas, not the ideas of others. Briefly refer in your own words to examples from the book to support your points. Assume your audience has read the book; summary of it is not necessary
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