In various parts of the world, tourism is a very important factor for economy.
They work hard to make the tourism sites well maintained and help tourists around, making them feel home.
And the essay does not meet the course objective , so there is no point keeping this essay in the next edition of 50 Essays.
The essay is written in second person and explains about how it feels about being a tourist and how people see you.
In this class you will be asked to quote, paraphrase, summarize, and document your sources both in the text and on a Works Cited page for almost every assignment.
For this class you have read four essays on language and the power of words. The essay “Learning to Read” from The Autobiography of A1alcoim X expresses the same passion for literature, “I could spend the rest of my life reading” (X 266).
There is no way that they try making the tourists look or feel bad.
There might be few bad cases but it does not mean the same every time.
All four essays could be categorized as expressions of a Kookabura 2 kind of writing and research called autoethnography in which authors describe and systematically analyze personal experience in order to understand cultural experience.
Notice that in the paragraph above, the titles of the essays are in quotation marks and the title of a book is italicized.