Loathing Down The Day After 9-11 Summary

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Interestingly, I read the article ‘on sports in the United States, shutting down the day after 9-11’ by Frank Litsky and Lena Williams and I also read the creative non-fiction story by Hunter S. Thompson ‘the day after 9-11’. However, the narrative story by Hunter S. Thompson is the one I like the most. Although both writers did their utmost best to relate the tragic event that transpired on that fateful day; the narrative did something that would be remembered as long as history remains.
Assertively, the creative non-fiction story by Hunter S. Thompson the day after 9-11 or ‘Fear and Loathing in America’ kept my attention.
The reason the creative non-fiction story kept my attention is because the writer is narrating an event that happens and at the same time analyzing the thought flowing from the government house (White House) through to the street corner of the country. Unlike the article that reported the
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While the article ‘on sports in the United States, shutting down the day after 9-11’ conditioned our mind to remember that the United States and indeed the whole world is in grief and mourning mood which is well appreciated, the power of narrative goes beyond that. It synchronizes events in order to relate to a broader audience and the power of narrative in any story uncovers every bit of details. Additionally, narrative stimulates the brain to remember complex actions with relative simplicity and straightforwardness ("Power of Narrative – Using Storytelling to Your Advantage | Rothwell Douglas Limited," 2015, para.2).
Narrative enables us to relate to events that have happened in past years. The power of narrative is easily identified when a certain story is narrated to us. For instance, when a friend narrates a terrible experience from an Instructor, our brain is quickly sensitized to remember what occur in the past. That shows how the power of narrative
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