The Metamorphosis. Trans. and Ed. Corngold, Stanley. Sydney: Bantan, 1972.
Many generations have come and gone, and many have made an impact on American life. The Sixties were definitely one of those generations that left its mark in history. The people of this generation didn't follow the teachings of their elders, but rejected them for an alternative culture, which was their very own (Harris 14). This new subculture was such a radical society that it was given it's own name which is still used to this day. They came to be known as the Hippies.
Norman Kemp Smith. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1965. Plantinga, Alvin, ed. The Ontological Argument. London: Macmillan, 1968.
Ed. Hazard Adams. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1992. 471-76. The Statesman's Manual.
These strategies will help in finding evidence to support the claim. The brainstorming process can include putting your ides into a bubble chart and working outward in a natural order. Free writing in a steady flow of consciousness with out pausing helps the writer get started even if they are not the best ideas. Researching is used when the writer’s insight is not enough to back up their claim and they need further evidence. Building on the idea that people determine there core values through self-awareness pre writing would delve deeper into why the writer believes it to be true.
—. Tao Te Ching; A New Translation. Trans. Jane English and Gia-Fu Feng. New York: Vintage Books, 1972.