What are the convictions of the characters in M.T Anderson's 'Feed'?What are the convictions of the characters in M.T Anderson's novel 'Feed'? How are they developed and contextualised , in your opinion?

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One value that Titus and his friends Calista and Link share is that a good time surpasses all else. On annual trips to the moon, they are always fortunate to make their way into college parties each can show off their advantages to the maximum.

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