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Write an essay in which you present Limericks account of the problem of history to a novice someone new to Limerick and new to the academy You should assume that your reader has not read the section in this textbook- you will that is need to set the scene to summarize paragraph quote and explain Your goal is to give your reader not only a sense of what Limerick says but an idea of why it might be important to a student in the early ages of a college or university career When Limerick was writing about history she was writing her own depiction of it How it was understood by Limerick not by the norm Most of Limericks thoughts are pretty down to earth and dont stray wildly off the beaten path but these thoughts are also not one hundred percent accurate Limerick was more on the path of putting her input into the history of western expansion not really writing an accurate history book where all his info was backed up with factual informationSeldom are there only two parties or two points of view p505 Limerick says it herself about the way that history is looked at Everyone has a different point from the next and everyone depicts that point of view in his or her writings Even if two people have a common point of view and might be on similar levels of thinking their opinions and points of view are never perfectly alike There is always a difference between people and that is what makes them who they are Ten bias people all see the same car accident occur but each one of them was in a different spot and will interpret the entire event a little differently One skill essential to the writing of Western American history is a capacity to deal with multiple points of view p 504Limerick puts a large amount of emphasizes on the innocence of the
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