I have a question : No man (or woman) is an island
My basic question is whether the following two sentences are correct:
“No man is an island.”
“No woman is also an island.”
Based on my own thinking and other answers, these seem to be good alternatives for the second sentence:
“No woman is an island, either.” “Also, no woman is an island.” “No woman is an island, also.”
Now, users have taken the satirical source of the sentences (an article in the New Yorker) and voted to close it. Hence this metaquestion : Satire source is enough to close a question ?
When I checked the Description of the close-vote, it is about "explain logically something that was written as satire and which is not intended to make sense syntactically or semantically" : Well, I am not asking to explain. I know what it means.
I am asking how it might be written correctly (say, in a newspaper, in some non-satirical way) so I think the close votes are not appropriate.