This is week 5 blog about Neuromancer and the writing styles of which William Gibson chooses to write. In this weeks reading it is easy to find that the author William Gibson has a unique writing style, a complex communication helps the readers develop the environment and setting of what is happening with the characters. William Gibson uses descriptive ways to communicate with his audience as I ended up reviewing the Sprawl Trilogy page to decipher and identify what is potentially happening towards the end of the chapter.
As we continued reading about Neuromancer this week, for week 4 I would like to introduce the additional reads, of Evil Robot Monkey. In the short story Evil Robot Monkey there is a underlying appreciation of not being able to speak to animals. In turn, the monkeys are stationed on a courtyard where they are caged off from students on a field trip. During this intermission, the students mock the monkey who was patiently creating art via mud and clay. Through the eyes of the students they viewed this as just another monkey in the petting zoo, however, this monkey has had a highly intellectual experience and brags about how human children are disrupting valued time on his art work.