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ENG 101 Borough of Manhattan The Danger of a Single Story TED Talk Discussion

Eng 101

Borough of Manhattan Community College

ENG

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I’m stuck on a Literature question and need an explanation.

How can the stories we tell about ourselves and/ or other impact our perception of the world?

1. introducing

2. Respond #1 from “the danger of signing story” by chimamanda adichie (with a Which a quote in the article)

3. Respond #2 from “my favorite question” by Patricia park (with a quote from the article)

4. Example

5. Conclusion

(Check the one of the file uploaded I started already) Also (I uploaded a file of the previous essay I did, read it and follow the same structure)

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How can the stories we tell about ourselves and/ or others impact our perception of the world?
Our internal story impacts our perception in important ways. It shapes our sense of what is possible
and can throw shade on hopes and dreams. Similarly, the stories we tell to others create a certain impact
on our perception of the world. This essay will bring light on how the stories we tell ourselves or others
impact our perceptions of the world based on Adichie’s TED talk, “The Danger of a Single Story”, and
the article "my least favorite question" by Patricia Park.
From “The Danger of a Single Story” by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie our lives are made of many
overlapping stories that can create complex perceptions when reduced to a single narrative. In “the danger
of a single story”, Adichie describes the overly simplistic and sometimes false perceptions we form about
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