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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 society. Your explanation to define “us” as badasses gives us strength and motivation to continue going through what the young people […]

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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 education , race and life. The lesson is a story that pretty much explain how a well-educated woman named Ms. Moore who […]

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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 family was going to be. This feeling of interest that the play awakened in me came from scene 2 until the last […]

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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 to “keep the family together”. This can be seen on scene 6, where the author writes: “ AMANDA [to her son]: Honey, […]

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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 other characters like his mother Amanda and his sister Laura are making the family look more dysfunctional throughout the […]

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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 and Laura live constantly tired of Amanda’s words. Amanda and Tom live constantly arguing because she wants Tom to have a better […]

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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 the supporter of his family. His mother, Amanda, and his sister, Laura, did not work, and he had to work in a […]

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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 education , race and life. The lesson is a story that pretty much explain how a well-educated woman named Ms. Moore […]

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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 of the Black Neighborhood  that we were living. They have always believed that there was nothing impossible for Dee, but it […]

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