Fifth Avenue Uptown Summary

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The authors of "5th Avenue, Uptown" and "Key West" were using an effective communication. I felt that both authors were using different tones while making understand their point to the reader. The author of "5th Avenue, Uptown" was using more of a hard tone, using metaphors to make the reader understand his feeling of disgust about how much his neighborhood was changing. When Baldwin says, “We find ourselves on wide, filthy, hostile Fifth Avenue, facing that project which hangs over the avenue like a monument to the folly, and the cowardice, of good intentions” makes me think how disappointed he is from his neighborhood and how he rejects “the help” from the government. Kaida uses a different tone. It sounds more as acceptance of everything
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