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Discuss any insightsregrets the authors may have learned in their experienceMake sure you include Weasels Dog and Elephant in your analysisWeaselsIn the article Living Like Weasels by Annie Dillard she has many insights when meeting a weasel at Hollins Pond or Murrays Pond When the weasel who at Hollins Phond meets eyes to eyes with her she felt that the weasel enters her brain and she enters his brain for sixty seconds She wonders can the weasel has the ability to think and what is in his mind during that sixty seconds She learn that the weasel lives in necessity and we live in choice People chooses to become chastity obedience poverty and silence Whereas the weasel doesnt attack other animals for the joy of killing but the necessity to survive and they will hold onto their foodprey until death People needs to choose a pathgoal and never let it goes even until death like the weaselDog In the article Let them Eat Dog by Jonathan Safran Foer he has many insights in his article He learns that dog meat has been described as gamey complex buttery and floral They are also consider medicine in China and Korea In the name of equality between other animals he mention that dogs and other animals have been treated special then other animal For example in French who love their dogs sometime eat their horses In addition dog has the same significant mental capacities as chicken cow and pig but it is a taboo to eat dogs in America He also mention that we could solve the world hungry issues if we let go of animals that we consider them as the pedestal or taboo to be eaten For example in America dogs are consider taboo to eat but there are many people that are starving every day We have been killing dogs in pound and throwing them away because no one want to adopt them Elephant In
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