What are the personal convictions of M.T Anderson, the author of 'Feed'?What are the personal convictions of M.T Anderson, the author of 'Feed'? How are these convictions related to the novel? What is your opinion?

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Feedis a satire . That means Anderson is poking fun at or ridiculing the values the characters hold. From this we can deduce that Anderson personally holds the opposite values. On an individual level, Anderson does not value fun and a good time above all else. On a social level...

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Feedis a satire. That means Anderson is poking fun at or ridiculing the values the characters hold. From this we can deduce that Anderson personally holds the opposite values. On an individual level, Anderson does not value fun and a good time above all else. On a social level Anderson does not value intrusion and control.

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