Thursday, October 22, 2009
Paragraph Revision: Tourism
According to Jamaica Kincaid, natives in "A Small Place" look upon tourists as unethical. Tourism can in some ways be ethical or unethical. In a more positive sense, Tourists can at times have good intentions of leisure and relaxation. On the contrary, Kincaid states in "A Small Place" that native settlers despise tourists. On (pg.18) in "A Small Place," "But some natives-most natives in the world-cannot go anywhere. They are too poor," shows the natives scorn for tourists.