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Mueting 1 A Change in Puttbutts Environment Every man is wants to climb the social ladder but to what extent will a man go to change his current environment to reach those goals In the book Japanese By Spring Ishmal Reed working at a local university Puttbutt exists within an environment where he is unhappy He leaves it behind only to find out that the new environment which he desired to be a part of is not what he thought it would be Puttbutt exists in a world of racism hate crimes and one in which he thinks he just doesnt belong He wants to climb the social ladder to become somebody he isnt In his new environment he discovers that he has the power to do anything he wants or he can do nothing at all However he soon finds out that this world is not what he wants He wants back into his old environment but quickly finds out he has to fight to get back into it Chappie Puttbutt is a man who has a job he doesnt enjoy and he hates his colleagues 64 He is a Junior Professor at a local University and desires tenure He is not well liked by his colleagues because he constantly changes his political values to go along with whatever is popular He believes that the Japaneese will soon be taking over America To make sure that he will not be left out of the His colleagues decide weather or not he gets Mueting 2 tenure Puttbutt will try to do anything to get tenure he stands up for everything and anything to get tenure however each time his colleagues vote against him In his new environment the Japanese have taken over the university 108 and restructure the curriculum so that only Japanese art Literature and culture are taught The Japanese believe all studies are inferior He is still
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