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"The Ways We Lie", An Analysis

Summary: Analyzes the essay, "The Ways We Lie" by Stephanie Ericsson. Discusses the logic behind Ericsson's argument on why people lie. Explores her tone and the clarity of her ideas.
"The Ways We Lie" by Stephanie Ericsson captured my thoughts with the full descriptions and personal examples given. Her essay explains the various lies told daily by most people. Being dishonest is a cover-up for pain, hurt, guilt, and/or ignorance. But what about the untruths told to move forward in life? Not all lies are intentionally told to hurt people. There are necessary times when dishonesty is the best decision for all parties involved. As a part of Ericsson's essay, she did not address this point. She, basically, gave various lies that people tell on a regular basis. By not explaining why people lie has a negative affect on the reader and her essay. She did not completely explain her logic and arguments.

The essay provides numerous facts, quotes, opinions, and examples to the reader. This, somewhat, clarifies possible questions from the opposition and forces the reader...

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