Essay on The World That Makes Dreams Come True Since The Early 1800s

1568 Words Apr 8th, 2016 7 Pages
America has been known as the world that makes dreams come true since the early 1600s. America was the New World and everyone wanted a bite of the big apple. Founded on the hopes of being a fresh start the voyage to America became great. In a sense, America is a fresh start. The variety of people that immigrated into the states was incredible. In the early 1900s, there were neighborhoods upon neighborhoods of any culture you could think of all in the small area of New York City. America was an influential change on people to help their lives get better or even more complicated. Today, the immigration rates are high but the culture difference is low. As all of these different cultures were coming into the brand new country, the natives of the land were being lost. Displacement in America was common and still is. Displacement was common in the fact of Native Americans were uprooted from their free spirit lives and land to be put in a small patch of controlled land. Julia Alvarez focuses on the emotional displacement America has to offer in her novel How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents. Where there is displacement, keeping culture alive is a very difficult task that needs to remembered.
In How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents, Julia Alvarez focuses on how majorly affected the sister were by moving to America at a young age. They grew up in a very influential time of America when experimenting with drugs and multiple partners was made a fad. This was the first time in…

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