- 1 What ideas do zombies represent for Klosterman?
- 2 How are zombies different from vampires according to Klosterman?
- 3 What is Klosterman’s central argument in my zombie myself?
- 4 Why do you think Klosterman uses imperative sentences in the essay’s last paragraph?
- 5 What are the inherent limitations of zombies according to Klosterman?
- 6 What are ethos pathos and logos?
- 7 What is Klosterman’s central argument What kind of evidence does he use to develop it *?
- 8 Is an imperative sentence?
- 9 What’s mean ethos?
What ideas do zombies represent for Klosterman?
Klosterman argues that Zombies are so popular because they represent “our collective fear projection: that we will be consumed,” ( Klosterman, 13), consumed by the constant stream of information and tedious tasks of modern life. Killing zombies just teaches us that we are capable of fighting off that consumption.
How are zombies different from vampires according to Klosterman?
Klosterman explains the roots behind the different popularities of different monsters: Frankenstein exemplified our terror of untethered science, Godzilla emerged from the atomic age, Werewolves arose from panic of being preyed upon, Vampires represented the loss of purity or AIDS, and Zombies represented rabies or the
What is Klosterman’s central argument in my zombie myself?
4) Klosterman’s centers argument is that we are like zombies because when we see them being killed off, we envision them as the endless things in life that we wish to get rid of. To support this idea, he compares a cluster of zombies to a cluster of emails you have to read through and delete so often.
Why do you think Klosterman uses imperative sentences in the essay’s last paragraph?
Klosterman use of imperative sentences in the last paragraph is due to his strong emphasis on not letting market/consumerism trends get the better of people. His final sentence “ We can live better” is a wrap up of his main point- we can have our own tastes.
What are the inherent limitations of zombies according to Klosterman?
What are the inherent limitations of zombies, according to Klosterman? In what way do those limitations make zombies different from other monsters, such as vampires? The inherent limitations of zombies are they cannot talk, slow or fast, and only want to eat the flesh.
What are ethos pathos and logos?
Ethos is about establishing your authority to speak on the subject, logos is your logical argument for your point and pathos is your attempt to sway an audience emotionally.
What is Klosterman’s central argument What kind of evidence does he use to develop it *?
What kind of evidence does he use to develop it? Klosterman’s central argument is the claim that zombies relate to modern-day life. He uses examples from history and examples from modern day to support his reasoning and to make the reader believe that modern-day life is very much like the creatures we call zombies.
Is an imperative sentence?
An imperative sentence is a type of sentence that gives instructions or advice, and expresses a command, an order, a direction, or a request. It is also known as a jussive or a directive. Depending upon its delivery, an imperative sentence may end with an exclamation mark or a period.
What’s mean ethos?
Ethos means “custom” or “character” in Greek. As originally used by Aristotle, it referred to a man’s character or personality, especially in its balance between passion and caution. Today ethos is used to refer to the practices or values that distinguish one person, organization, or society from others.