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    deserve to be Americanized. Although his wife, Jessica, still believes in the Chinese culture. She is having a much harder time adjusting, as are her two youngest sons. The eldest son has exemplified assimilation meaning he has completely forgotten about his Chinese culture. The first episode of this series opened with the eldest son dressed as a rapper. He and his mom were out shopping for back to school clothes. The boy walked out of the dressing room…

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    (Tension Between Father and Son) Have you ever gotten into a fight with your parents? Did it ever seem like your parent was favoring your sibling or leaving you out? In the story “The Prodigal Son,” by King James the eldest brother felt like his father was treating him unfairly. In the story a father of two sons, gives his youngest son ten million dollars for him to go blow in Vegas, while the eldest son stayed home and worked in the fields. When the youngest son comes home broke and homeless,…

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    Have you ever lost something and found it later on? In Luke 15: 11-32 scripture tells of a Parable of a Prodigal son which tells a story of how a father gave his youngest son his inheritance and left home and then came back. The story introduces the term Prodigal which means something very wasteful. In biblical days, telling a story often leads to the term parable which often came with a moral or spiritual lesson. In the Parable of a Prodigal Son, a man had two sons. The younger son obtains…

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    The journey into a far country represents a Jew in the lowest social predicament (Harrill, 1996). He was willing to given up his citizenship, rightful place within his own family, and his cultural values because of his current situation. Famines occur on several occasions throughout the Bible. It is a time where there is scarce food throughout the region. This son found himself in such a destitute position that he had become a citizen of a foreign county and became a servant considering eating…

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    to the Prodigal Son) King James Published his Bible in 1611, which became the single most important work of literature that was immensely important in standardizing the English language. In this bible, there is a certain parable that has a lot of meaning and is still being taught in literature today. This parable, Prodigal Son has a tremendous amount of lessons taught and many meanings behind it. These meanings lie within the problems within the story, which there are a lot of too. Of these…

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    The Prodigal Son Analysis

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    Problem in the Prodigal Son The Adventures of Hoyt’s Writing There are many problems that people face. People face problems everyday, they are in fact inevitable. But to every problem I believe there to be a solution. I feel very strongly that whatever life throws at you, there is always someway to get around, under, or over it. Every problem that I’ve faced I’ve waded into it head first. I’ve never been a guy to ignore the issue at hand. I always try to stand up to the situation and find a…

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    While Biff and Happy are in their childhood room, many emotional/ mental differences between the two brothers are revealed. Growing up, Biff was Willy's preferred son. Willy had high hopes for his eldest son and expected him to follow in his footsteps as a salesman. Biff was popular throughout his high school days and was admired by many boys who looked up to him and was loved by many girls. However, Biff never graduated high school and ultimately disappointed his father. Biff did not dwell on…

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    by Arthur Miller the readers observe a life without the happiness and consequences of living the life in never ending pursuit of ghostly wealth trying to achieve their American Dream. Willy Loman, the main character of the play, in marathon of wealth and recognition in society, is ruining the lives of his sons, subjects his wife to suffer, and languish a miserable life which lead him to death. The drama of Arthur Miller reflects the life of the salesman Willy Loman, the man, whose ideals and…

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    Willy Vs Biff

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    The Death of a Salesman is a fascinating play written by Arthur Miller. The play is set during the 1940s in Brooklyn, New York. The play’s protagonist Willy Loman is a multifaceted character in that he is a salesman, a husband, and a father of two. Willy desperately wants his eldest son Biff to follow in his footsteps and become a salesman. Willy’s wife Linda is always supportive of him even though Willy is not always respectful towards her. Their youngest son, Hap, adores his father Willy and…

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    through the work. Much of the overemphasized violence is due to familial problems. The father Earl of Gloucester places all his faith into one of his sons, Edmund, and pushes the other, Edgar, away. Then, the supposedly faithful son, Edmund, betrays his own father. Edmund wants Gloucester’s lands and money and wants Edgar and his father dead. This problem of loyalty soon turns bloody. Regan and her husband, the Duke of Cornwall, are in league with Edmund and they torture Gloucester. The two…

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