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The Boys Nicholson and Riley are two of the most celebrated Indiana writers in history Their portrayal of the culture is outstanding considering they each didnt completed high school Their writings came from the heart of Indiana They are both considered true sons of Central Indiana In the essays they both had different views of Indiana but both were leaning on the same premise of homey beautiful and comfortable Riley and Nicholson brought a real feel to the images they wrote about The two writers created an atmosphere about Indiana that everyone would enjoy Riley and Nicholson saw different things in Indiana and they both loved the state and all aspects of it The traditions the authors created were some of pride and glory of the difference they had between other states Hoosiers were rather bias when it came to there own state They thought of it as state in which someone really didnt wanted to leave and if they did they were always happy to come back In Nicholsons essay on Indianapolis he states that Indiana people think the more they travel to other states the more they like their own city or state Hoosiers were proud to be from this state They felt that other states only dreamt of possessing this same pride and glory Maybe a false tradition Riley created could have been that a reader from another state reads this and has never been to Indiana will think that everyone in Indiana is a low-educated hillbilly a hick from the back woods The fact is education wasnt highly needed on the farm But a farming education is still and education They skills they learned on the farm where just as valuable as the skills you learn in the classroom Each writer did speak of the neighborliness of the people in the state and how they would give someone anything they had to offer This lifestyle is
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