write 5 pages on( Rainbow curve) by micheal boylan

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write an essay that has 5 pages with basic vocabulary. and I chose about what you are going to write. I chose (Bo) MELLAN. describe his life in this book and all things that he went through. Also, you have to make an anomaly for each page. I will post the other instructions too.

A Philosophical Response to Fiction For the purposes of our class the response paper is 5 pages. What you need to do in order to fulfill this assignment is: • Create a summary sheet on the fictive piece that includes: characters, plot, themes, and evaluation (for an example see: michaelboylan.net, blog, book reviews)—this will help you start your paper; it is not a part of your paper. • Isolate a single passage in the book that you feel is pivotal to the theme of the book (this passage can be consecutive, for example pages 10-22, or it can be constructed on a common theme, for example pages 135-137 & 192-195 & 238-240. • Briefly go through the scene highlighting character, plot, and tropes (metaphors, motifs, description, etc.) • Try to discern a particular point of view within the passage that mirrors the book • Decide whether you agree or disagree with this point of view • Set out the relevant practical and theoretical philosophical principles at stake and apply them to the problem. • Use 3 philosophical principles to help you create a positive or negative reaction to the author’s theme (in the small and the large realm). If it is positive, think of bringing up objectors and refute them. If it is negative, engage in a dialog with the author—ending up by rejecting position. The theme should be readily understandable from the scene you have chosen. • Reflect on the significance of your position. What abstract general points about the world have now been elucidated? * most important point. At least a page. Rubric. If you represent all eight points sequentially in your paper you will earn some kind of “B” grade (so long as you are also close to 5 pages, i.e., within a half-page under or a full page over). To get a high “B” or an “A-“ or “A” grade you will have to do well on the reflection bullet.

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EinsteintheProf
School: UCLA

Hello, review the attached document and contact me in case you need any changes. Otherwise, good luck in your study and if you need any further help in your assignments, please let me know. Always invite me to answer your questions.

Running head: RAINBOW CURVE

Rainbow Curve
Student’s Name
Institution Affiliation

RAINBOW CURVE

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Introduction
Generally, sports, politics, and games are critical ideas communicated in the American
way of life. In the book "Rainbow Curve" the author, Michael Boylan have used a group of
several personnel focusing how the race as an element defines a person's uniqueness. The
principal characters in the book are of various races, maybe the author 's idea was to attract the
reader's attention to a specific historical era. Indeed, the author narrates the story with a
motivation bases ball fan — the information he highlights on historical nine innings by an
infamous pitcher old days Rainbow Billy Beauchamp on the book. The baseball lives move the
center stage and, in the book the Bo Mellan life, the left-handed pitcher protégé unto to the
overvalued Crawford pitcher. The reader gets to analyses the trials, triumph and challenges
sportsmen experiences at their well-known in sporting careers. Politics and its impact on the
society are prioritized by the author as he illustrates the way a mafia-like institution monitored
corruption I the book setting. In the book, Rupert Cakos is centered as a proved mogul who has
various enterprises within the city. He has the aim to use Bo to populate his business and
increase charisma as he head of Krakatowa militia group al Sulami who is it intends to empower
the communities which are colored In contraction to capitalism oppression ell to challenge Bo on
which side for the camp he is inside it.
Therefore, Michael Boylan on his book The book Rainbow takes place back between
1970 to 1984 whereby Bo first headed out with Rainbow, and the time whereby he was a key
player in a major baseball league with Chicago cubs about 14 years after they had left America.
Indeed, there are different character sin eh novel according to the setting of the story.
Nevertheless. Some of the characters stand out. First of all, the old glorified right-handed other

RAINBOW CURVE

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Rainbow Billy Beauchamp who is popular due to the various historical inning he got, for his
well-known career. Indeed, focusing on the first chapter, "it is hot." A hot climatic condition is
reflected at Sun city Arizona, maybe the city's name is vividly illustrating the extremeness for
the region of the temperature.
Ironically, in this case, the mornings are expected to kick off of the day whereby some
coldness and maybe some heat is expected too but later in the day. However, the sun description
was somehow different as the rise In temperature began since in the morning. Eighty degrees
nine in the morning is a bit frightening particularly for the players who are training for the
baseball. This was a similar case for the Buddy Bael and his fellow team while traveling and
going for their baseball training at Arizona Sun city. Additionally, on this potion, the behavior
responsible for the different personality response for the hot climatic condition at Arizona area is
another irony which is carted. S. The two personality types who profoundly differentiate
themselves with Beal the coach and his presentation of his team while on the other side, the
pitcher. Thus, Beal together with his team have been pushed to the dangerous position due to the
strange temperature of the spring since they are not familiar with the regi...

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