Love is a fallacy
This story is not only anti-women, but it is also anti-men.
“I wanted Polly for a shrewdly calculated, entirely cerebral reason. I was a freshman in law school. In a few years, I would be out in practice. I was well aware of the right kind of wife in furthering a lawyer's career. The successful lawyers I had observed were, almost without exception, married to beautiful, gracious, intelligent women. With one omission, Polly fitted these specifications perfectly”. The narrator is showing anti-women to Polly with this statement. For the narrator he wanted to have a beautiful wife/girlfriend that’s why he tried to make her smart. He is not showing his love for him because he is showing her that beauty and brains is all that matters. Some guys don’t care about the beauty but brain because some guys tend to like some girls who are not beautiful for one purpose only. It is to copy the answers or to have money. The story does show anti-men also because revolves around a man who believes none can ever measure up to his greatness Enfant Cheri Study Centre, Inc.
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Answer the following questions.
The diagram below represents three elements in Group 13 and three elements in Period 3 and their relative positions on the Periodic Table.
Identify the element from the diagram that will react with chlorine to form a compound with the general formula XCl4. _______________________________________________________________ b.
Consider the Period 3 elements in the diagram in order of increasing atomic number. State the trend in electronegativity for these elements. ________________________________________________________________ c.
Identify one element from the diagram that will combine with phosphorus in the same ratio of atoms as the ratio in aluminum phosphide....
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