"Storytelling" – "All or Nothing or Something Else"
• NOTE: Citations in this Lesson Plan refer to the following version of the book: Foer, Jonathan Safran. Eating Animals. Little, Brown and Company; 1st edition (October 14, 2009). Kindle edition.
• Eating Animals is a nonfiction, journalistic account of the production and consumption of meat in the United States. Author Jonathan Safran Foer exposes the dark underbelly of the agricultural farming industry and examines what it means to consume “products” that were one living beings subject to inhumane abuse.
• This book is divided into eight chapters with multiple subchapters within each. The narrative voice comes largely from the author, but there are several subchapters relating the first-person accounts of the individuals interviewed for the book.
• In “Storytelling,” the first subchapter is titled “The Fruits of Family Trees.”
• Author Jonathan Safran Foer describes spending weekends at his grandmother’s house when he grew up.
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