Hypocrisy In Autopsy

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Alternatively, the author uses hypocrisy to confirm her claim by drawing the readers in to see what the actual meaning of what Jim’s colleagues said in the autopsy is. Hypocrisy is about saying or feeling one thing and doing another. In “Humor in Arguments,” the editors clarify the centrality of laughter as either appearing of duplicity to situations. They mention, “Laughter can also expose hypocrisy or break down barriers of prejudice and thereby help people see their world’s differently” (Lunsford and Ruszkiewicz 399). The author of “Body Parts,” points out hypocrisy in a humorous tendency, by specifying her involvement in the autopsy, with Jim and his partners. Dreisbach mentions, “Great, now I’m going to have to clean up vomit, too.” I
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