Eating Animals - Storytelling Summary & Analysis

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1. The Last Thanksgiving of My Childhood – Thanksgiving has always been a joyous time for Foer, for it brings together his family in love and celebration. It is a meal of thanksgiving that praises American ideals and brings people together. The primary part of the meal is turkey. Foer explains the present year is the first year he will host Thanksgiving, and so he wonders if he should serve turkey or not.

2. What Do Turkeys Have to Do with Thanksgiving? – Foer wonders why turkey is so central to Thanksgiving, and if Thanksgiving would be any less a holiday without turkey. Foer does not believe so, and that celebrating without turkey may be a way to educate those who dine with him.

3. The Truth About Eating Animals – Foer reveals that a massive book about slaughterhouse experiences compiled by Gail Eisnitz contains countless examples of cruelty toward...

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