Summary Of Consider The Lobster By David Foster Wallace

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“Consider the Lobster” Reading Response One
It is time to speak about vegetables and their truth for once, and the truth is this. Plants, including vegetables suffer as well, not only lobsters, other animals, and humans. Vegetables often suffer when they are sometimes being snatched out of the ground, eaten, and cooked. Plants and lobsters may not suffer the same exact way, but that doesn’t change anything.
In the text, “Consider the Lobster,” by David Foster Wallace, he argues that “animals suffering is just not complex, but it is also uncomfortable” (466). Wallace is basically trying to get his point and opinion across to readers, but as we all know everyone may not agree with him. By lobsters not being humans, some people may think that

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