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    Listed below are the primary reasons why people sell their existing homes and move into new ones. 1) The home is too small. First-time home buyers can often outgrow their ‘starter homes’ very quickly. Because owning a first home usually comes at a similar time as starting a damily, the increased family size is the main reason home owners say they would need a larger home. 2) To Upgrade. The grass is always greener on the other side. People often want what they don 't have so they long for bigger houses, more expensive materials and overall grander, more upscale homes. 3) Fix a purchase error. The owners may often believe that they’ve made a mistake when purchasing their present home and want to resolve the mistake. The reasons behind this…

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    The concept of home can be portrayed as a physical place or a state of mind, but either form will have a considerable impact on the individual of which it influences. In Brave New World by Aldous Huxley, John’s physical departure from Malpais does not serve to diminish the traditional values that he adopts from his home while he finds the values in the World State immoral and revolting, portraying that two juxtaposing sets of values may not be able to exist together. Although John is born to…

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    historical backgrounds, multiple cultures, and variety of delicious foods. New York City is a great place to be around One reason tourists visit New York City is for its culture such as art galleries, museums, broadway, theaters, music, concert hall, zoos… Chinatown The largest Chinatown in the United States is located in New York City. Home to Chinese immigrants in New York, it becomes an important destination for tourists from all over the world. Populated with Chinese cultures, markets,…

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    Home is an intimate place in which one’s domestic affections are centered. That is not the case for most of my life. Throughout my life, I have considered various locations as home. I was born in a small city in southeastern China, and lived in my grandparents’ house until I was eight. That was when I immigrated to the United States with my Dad. Although it was a fascinating experience, it was also my first time leaving my home country and integrating into a new culture. It was also the first…

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    including Sylvester’s father, was not happy about the sudden change. They were expected to move in three days. Sylvester was very upset because he was about to leave his best friends behind. As the family was driving to their new home, Sylvester noticed smoke coming from a factory. “Mother, why is there smoke coming from that building?” “ There are chefs cooking breakfast for the workers, dear,” his mother responded. As the…

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    hot summer and Laura was ready for the change in weather and the change in scenery. Fall was really her favorite time of the year anyway. The cooler weather was also a much better time to make the move from the city to her new home in a quite rural community. The good deal she had gotten on the old farm house sitting on five acres was too good to pass up. She didn’t like the idea that there was only one bathroom, which was downstairs, but since it would only be her living there it wasn’t really…

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    “Woman Hollering Creek” centers on a young married woman, named Cleófilas and she is the story’s the protagonist. Cleófilas is a Mexican woman goes from living a limited sheltered life in Mexico, to someone who is trapped in her new life in Texas, due to her role as a woman and because of her marriage. In the story "Woman Hollering Creek", it shows the life of a married woman through a character named Cleófilas, the issues of wanting to live in a fantasy. Instead Cleófilas is a character who is…

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    The Roles of Women in "A New Home, Who 'll Follow?" Caroline Stansbury Kirkland drafted “A New Home, Who’ll Follow?” under pseudonym Mary Clavers. The book describes the experience of a middle-class relatively educated white woman who moves to the American frontier because of her husband’s ambitions. Kirkland takes advantage of her presence in Michigan border to record the American social history expressing her commitment to realism (Kirkland 8). She managed to work as a magazine editor at a…

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    A New Home Walking, away from everything you once knew and starting over is never a picnic. Leaving, Iraq and moving to America has impacted my life more than anything. I was only 4 years old at that time, the only English I spoke was “excuse me, water please.” We did not know it then, but our lives were going to change, we would become “Americanized”. Learning English was one of the massive changes that occurred, the way I dressed (culture), even the way I have power to go to school and educate…

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    stood there, I could remember the day we moved in like it was yesterday. The house had been so beautiful, so large, so new, and I couldn’t believe it was mine. The day we had signed the papers, my husband had given me a nervous look and I had known exactly what he was thinking. ‘Are we sure we can afford this?’ The same thought had been bouncing around in my head too, a nagging feeling weighing down the excitement of owning a new home. My husband and I both worked full time, but even with that I…

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