In your personal opinion, what is the difference between a t

In your personal opinion, what is the difference between a truth and a fact? Confine your thinking and composing solely within the context of reporting on public events for public consumption. Just about any other form of writing presents us with slightly different sets of parameters for examining this comparison.’Consider the Lobster’ is, beginning to end, a string of details; in many ways the details are the narrative arc/argument. Considering that: what details does Wallace choose to report on? Do you notice any patterns in the content of his detail—things, times, types of people, signs, etc.? How do those choices affect other aspects of the piece?What can we learn from this piece in regards to conducting and incorporating research? Be substantively specific.Your post length should be 900 words (approximately 300 words for each question). Use MLA citations as needed. Additionally, respond substantively (300-400 words) to the posts of at least two peers.this is link to consider the lobster …  http://www.columbia.edu/~col8/lobsterarticle.pdf