"Love and Hate"
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This paper summarizes and reviews the Suzanne Britt's essay, "Love and Hate", and the point it makes about humans and the fulfillment they receive from hating others. The paper looks at Britt's idea that this need to hate supersedes the human need for love and that, while feelings of love are most often expressed in the written word, feelings of hate are most often expressed by deed.
From the Paper:"In her essay "Love and Hate", Suzanne Britt explores the human need to hate other people. Britt argues that many people receive a deep kind of fulfillment from hating others, and that hate will always supersede the quieter emotion of love. While many of her insightful comments have considerable merit, Britt's acerbic and pessimistic assertion that hate is dominant over love is debatable at best, and outright incorrect at its worst. While we disagree on many important points, I agree with Britt's final assertion that love should be shared freely."
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