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    Dear Representative Ocasio-Cortez,

    I am extremely empowered by your Instagram video where you call our generation badass. The ways that you use to describe this new generation are words of wisdom that will

    Letter to AOC

    Dear Representative Ocasio-Cortez, I am extremely empowered by your Instagram video where you call our generation badass. The ways that you use to describe this new generation are words of wisdom that will encourage young people to be active in this...

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    • Dear Denieris,
      I love this piece and the way you wrote it! I have always wanted to write a personal or an open letter to my representatives and other legislators. Also, I am a huge fan of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez! I was not aware that AOC had made these inspiring comments prior to reading your open letter and I couldn’t agree more with your analysis of her comments! I too believe that the youth hold so much power and have so much potential. Your statement, “Young people are the future of this country, not because young people are young, but because young people enrolled in society,” really caught my attention because I had not previously considered this angle when thinking about why young are revered as valuable in today’s society. As you mentioned, young people are involved in political and social activism more than ever before. Young Representatives, such as AOC, are living proof. In your letter, you mentioned a young anti-violence activist named Edna Chavez. If you are interested in researching more young activists, here is a link to a video containing some of Greta Thunberg’s most powerful speeches: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dwakaSwqTEo. Greta Thunberg is a young, dedicated climate change activist from Sweden. She too believes in the power of the youth and special role we play in determining the future. Another powerful example I think you would be interested in that also demonstrates just how much power the youth has is the March For Our Lives Movement (https://marchforourlives.com/). I hope to hear more from you on this topic Denieris. I have a feeling once COVID-19 slows down, there will be a political upheaval that the youth will undoubtedly play a role in. I would love to read more open letters to Representatives and other government officials as well! You are very well-spoken!
      Best,
      Amaia

    • Few figures represent the future of liberal politics like Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. I think this letter in and of itself is representative of her impact both on individuals and the political landscape at larger; if a junior congresswoman from New York can inspire young people nationwide to political action, what’s stopping us from doing the same? I love the idea of open letters to our Representatives… we often forget, I think, that their very purpose is to be held accountable to the people they represent. That being said, young people and young politicians remind us that this is still the case, and that perhaps there is a glimmer of hope for the future of American politics after all.
      Best, Sam

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    The three stories, “ The Lesson”, “ Everyday Us” and “How to date a browngirl, whitegril, blackgrl and halfie” connectives in a way on which it connects readers back to the real world of how people can deal wi

    Literary Analysis " The difference within race and a Lesson for life"

    The three stories, “ The Lesson”, “ Everyday Us” and “How to date a browngirl, whitegril, blackgrl and halfie” connectives in a way on which it connects readers back to the real world of how people can deal with...

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    Recently, I read The Glass Menagerie by Paul Newman. I felt interested to continue reading the book because I think that the story involved was a pretty excellent story to get to know better what the fate of the

    When Life change " The Glass Menagerie"

    Recently, I read The Glass Menagerie by Paul Newman. I felt interested to continue reading the book because I think that the story involved was a pretty excellent story to get to know better what the fate of the Windfield...

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    Amanda is a dynamic character. Her archetype changes over the course of the play. At the beginning of the play, she is the archetypal amazon or the woman warrior that always is trying to take care of her kids a

    A way to live in "The Glass Menagerie "

    Amanda is a dynamic character. Her archetype changes over the course of the play. At the beginning of the play, she is the archetypal amazon or the woman warrior that always is trying to take care of her kids and try...

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    Tom Windfield, the protagonist of The Glass Menagerie, has few traits that influence his

    relationship with the other character of the play. One of the traits is that he is Careless, secondly

    he is

    How life can change depending on humans characteristics

    Tom Windfield, the protagonist of The Glass Menagerie, has few traits that influence his relationship with the other character of the play. One of the traits is that he is Careless, secondly he is frustrated and thirdable he’s mean. Tom's attitude towards the...

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    During the play, “A Glass Menagerie,” a very dysfunctional family of three people can be seen. Amanda the mother, always try to encourage the best of her kids by making them do things that they do not even want

    Personality and Life in "A Glass Menagerie"

    During the play, "A Glass Menagerie," a very dysfunctional family of three people can be seen. Amanda the mother, always try to encourage the best of her kids by making them do things that they do not even want to. Tom...

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    “The Glass Menagerie” by Tennessee Williams, is a play that describes all the actions of the memories of the main characters, and at the same time the narrator Tom Wingfield. The set took place in Saint Louis in

    Family Values in "The Glass Menagerie"

    "The Glass Menagerie" by Tennessee Williams, is a play that describes all the actions of the memories of the main characters, and at the same time the narrator Tom Wingfield. The set took place in Saint Louis in 1937. Tom was...

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    The three stories, “ The Lesson”, “ Everyday Us” and “How to date a browngirl, whitegril, blackgrl and halfie” connectives in a way on which it connects readers back to the real world of how people can deal wi

    The differences within race and characteristics.

    The three stories, “ The Lesson”, “ Everyday Us” and “How to date a browngirl, whitegril, blackgrl and halfie” connectives in a way on which it connects readers back to the real world of how people can deal with...

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    • Dear Denieris,

      I am amorous by your writing and post, “ The Difference within race and characteristic” because it described absolutely phenomenal ways of how these three stories have acted based on their social background and race. Life situation and position did really matter. I really like the way you highlight the the personality of each character of each story. Everyday uses how Maggie’s lack of self-esteem makes her be alone and get omitted from the society. In addition, education is really significant to be known in society. Otherwise, we will be recognized as unknown to others.

      The one-sentence stands out for me, “ This is mostly about race and education letting the author Tony Bamabra explain the importance of being well-educated in a world where people can live based on ignorance and judgemental stereotypes” the value of the education only person can feel and realize who is uneducated because they are in dark where everything is unreachable and get fooling by people who is educated. There is still a stereotype that people from a low background could not achieve something great. It is time to break all the stereotypes by stepping forward ahead of the game.

      I am really fascinated by your amazing writing. This writing helps me to understand “ Everyday use, The Lesson and How to date Brown girls “ how race and characteristic traits impact life.

      Thanks for your writing. I am looking forward to seeing what you make next

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    My desire to become an independent woman and have the strength of being around people more often were the biggest challenges for my life. I could never be independent because my family did not trust me to go

    The hidden Struggle of my life.

    My desire to become an independent woman and have the strength of being around people more often were the biggest challenges for my life. I could never be independent because my family did not trust me to go outside...

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    • Dear Danieris
      I am delighted about your short story, “The hidden Struggle of my life,” because in life a child can not really express how they feel toward their family. They always want to hide it but some have the courage to do it so. Like your story, Maggie is so lonely but we can see that she is her personality is supporting her. I like the way she can see herself without her family’s support. She dealing with a lot of pressions but her kindness and courage is helping her to build a strong woman. One line that stands out for me is, “Well I did want to become something more like her but that was all because I wanted to get the acceptance of my family. ” I think this line is stirring because despite all she wants, she is just thinking about her family. It is like that she need a benediction from her family to do what she desires. Another line that stands out for me is, “It was a struggle but it was like a nift stabbed in the chest but the more pain you have you need to keep it to yourself because you’re alone in a desert without any help to get out. ” I think this line is interesting because I liked the way you are using metaphor to compare a person feeling to real life obstacle.Thanks for your for your story I am looking forward to read another story of yours.

    • Dear Deniers,

      I am delighted by your story ” The hidden Struggle of my life” because your it is very heroically.

      one line that stands out for me is, ” It was a struggle but it was like a nift stabbed in the chest but the more pain you have you need to keep it to yourself because you’re alone in a desert without any help to get out.” It really shows Maggie’s voice and what she felt about her family. the treat she got from her family this not make her satisfied because she want to be successful in her life but she couldn’t because what her family and society think about her. some times being someone favorite do not make you content.

      Your story help me to understand the story very well and make me realize Maggie’s feelings. Also, still black people suffering and your story show their struggles.

      Thanks for your beautiful story “The hidden Struggle of my life”. I look forward to seeing what you make next.

    • Dear Denieris:
      I am very engaged to your story “The hidden Struggle of my life”, because of the choice that you made to describe a story like “ Everyday Use” that is already complicated but putting your point of view makes it such as understandable piece of writing that is analyzed in the best way to make it as clear as you could be able to put not just details of the story but to proof a piece of yourself as a writer in to an already established and developed almost a new story with the sense of the importance of Independent women. One of the most impacted pieces stated on your story that stands out to me is when you said, “The hardest part for me was feeling all those overwhelmed feelings in which my mom never gave me a hug, my grandmother looked at me in a different and unusual way. It felt that no one cared about me”. I think this line resemble how you got into the character’s feelings, because of the way that you are able to describe what she felt happening to her in a deeper way than what we could read shows how overwhelming her life was whole this creates a sense of satisfaction in the reader when a writer is able to make the deep of a description and characterization . Another quote that stands out for me is “As I was living in a world were black people still not accepted or mostly approved by society,” This clearly shows the racial roots and discrimination hiding in the story. Your story helps me to understand the they could be more lessons or ideas hiding in a story that we sometimes may not see because it needs to be seen through different lenses but bringing back the story with a more narrative tone was a very good idea because of the description almost letting the reader see how the character feels about how society and her family view her as an independent woman . “ Everyday Use” express more in a deeper way.
      Thanks for your story. I look forward to seeing what you make next. What would bring me back to read any of your story is the appreciation to the description, narration and characterization in the story that is very much attached to the original version.

    • Dear, Denieris
      I am so engaged to your short story because I can relate to this so much. As if right now I know how it feels when everyone in your life dislikes you. When you feel like your parent sees less potential in you then in your sister. That breaks you honestly in my household I get treated less then I am. One thing that you said that stands out to me is, “But being someones favorite is not the biggest achievement that anyone can have in their life”. I think this is interesting of you to say because its the truth its not so good. You feel some type of way. Your short story has so many similarities to my life.
      Thanks for this short story. I look forward seeing what you write next time, maybe when it gets better.

    • Dear Denieris Marte
      I am impressed by your short story, “The hidden Struggle of my life.” because of the way you show through your story that Maggie has never been happy. Even though it was clear that Maggie was a bit jealous of Dee, there was still confusion on whether or not this was jealousy or admiration.
      One line that stands out for me is, “The hardest part for me was feeling all those overwhelmed feelings in which my mom never gave me a hug” I think this line is provoking because I thought the total opposite. I thought Maggie was the one that was loved by her mother genuinely and Dee was just showered with gifts.
      Another set of lines that stands out for me is “I always felt left behind because I always wanted to have everything. And when I say everything, I mean love” I think these lines are expressif because it tells exactly how Maggie felt just by using words. Your story reminds me of a story that I once read. Where a girl called Clare she was jealous of her friend Irene. Because her friend had a happier life than her.
      Thanks for your story. I look forward to seeing what you make next. I really like your sense of creativity and I think it will definitely make me read one of your stories next time.

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