Mitchell Morriss essay Its Raining Men: The Weather Girls, Gay Subjectivity, and the Erotics of Insatiability, in Audible Traces; Gender, Identity and Music is an essay about the cultural impact of the Weather Girls disco hit Its Raining Men on gay culture in the early 1980s.
Answer all these questions in the response, and make sure using the Chicago format, Ive attached the article, prompts, and formatting documents below that you can check:
- This essay has a strong autobiographical emphasis that stresses a particular time and place. What are the pros and cons of such an approach, and how successful do you think Morris is in using it?
- How specific and successful is Morris in using Who, What, Where, When, Why?
- What is the format of Morriss essay, and how does it contribute (or not) to his argument?
- What is the thesis (if any) of Morriss essay, and where is it stated?
- What illustrations does Morris include in his essay, and how does he use them?
- What music examples does Morris use, and how necessary and successful are they?
- What audience is Morris writing to, and how does it affect (or not) his tone and style?
- Morriss essay is about a gay culture in America. Does Morris relate his specific topic to the larger public?
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