Feed Essay | Analysis of Feed by M.T. Anderson

Matthew Tobin Anderson
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Analysis of Feed by M.T. Anderson

Summary: An analysis of M.T. Anderson's novel Feed, which depicts the lives of teenagers living in a futuristic world and the daily trials and tribulations that they face. The focus of this analysis is on the impact of advertising and the media on the teenagers in the novel.
Feed, by M.T Anderson is a novel set in a futuristic world. It depicts the lives of teenagers living in this world, and the trials and tribulations that they face each day. These trials and tribulations are the same challenges that any teen today would face. This novel also shows the harm of too much technology and the impact it has on people. One of the major themes of this novel is how advertising and the media affect teenagers in negative ways. Titus and Violet, two main characters in this novel, struggle with the effects of having "feeds" implanted in their heads.

The teenagers in Feed are equipped with computers in their brains called "feeds." They eat, drink, and sleep the "feed." These computers in their heads tell them where to shop, what to wear, and what to do. The people in...

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