Living Like Weasels

Living Like Weasels

In her essay “Living Like Weasels,” Annie Dillard writes: “…I swiveled around-and the next instant, inexplicably, I was looking at a weasel, who was looking up at me.” Plato in “Allegory of the Cave” writes of the need to “turn the body.” Why must human beings “turn the body?”

In her essay “Living Like Weasels,” Annie Dillard writes: “…I swiveled around-and the next instant, inexplicably, I was looking at a weasel, who was looking up at me.” Plato in “Allegory of the Cave” writes of the need to “turn the body.” Why must human beings “turn the body?” When have you had to “turn your body?” Compare and/or contrast the theme of the two essays. Your thesis statement must be arguable and specific. You must cite a third source as well as the two assigned essays. You must cite your research.

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