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Joads Dream: The Land of Milk and Honey
Because of the devastating disaster of the dust bowl, the Joad family was forced to leave their long-time home and find work and a new life elsewhere. They, like many other families, moved to California. "The land of milk and honey". The people in the dust bowl imagined California as a haven of jobs where they would have a nice little white house and as much fruit as they could eat. This dream was far from the reality the migrant farmers faced once in California. The dreams, hopes, and expectati ... The Joads dream of owning a nice white house and being overwhelmed with fruit was quickly put to end after their first night in California. ... California was no dream land, but the exact opposite. ... Took two kids dead, took my wife dead to show me.....". ... The dream of California is necessary in the beginning of the book. ... They kept the dream alive throughout the journey. ... Wordcount: 1195 Pages: 5
The Experiences in America
My American Experience America is home to millions of people. I have lived my life in America my entire sixteen years on this world, and have cherished every second of it. Through these sixteen years, I have been able to establish my own thoughts and feelings on what the American experience is about to me. I may have my own opinions, though others may disagree with them. I cannot live the life of the millions of people living in America, nor can I explain the American experience on their b ... The American Dream simply consists of such luxuries as big houses, a nice family and fancy cars. ... In the book "House on Mango Street," the main character, Esperanza, had the dream of growing up and getting a big house for herself. ... Going along the lines of the American Dream, I personally have always had the dream of getting that big house up in the hills with a beautiful wife and family. ... However I have been presented with the problem that my parents are against young teen driving, so it has become my prerogative to get my dream car through my own hard work. It is ultim... Wordcount: 838 Pages: 3
The Belief of The American Dream in "The great Gatsby"
The American Dream I have just read a novel called "The Great Gatsby" this novel was based in the 1920's. In this novel there are lots of drinking, and partying. In this essay I'll be writing about how the novel condemns the belief of "The American Dream", this belief states that, hard working people are successful and happy lives. And in this novel "The American Dream" was just a mirage. One of the characters in the novel that represents the American Dream is Wilson he was one of the c ... The American Dream I have just read a novel called "The Great Gatsby" this novel was based in the 1920's. ... And in this novel "The American Dream" was just a mirage. ... I drove from the station directly to Gatsby's house and my rushing anxiously up the front steps was the first thing that alarmed anyone. ... IT was after we started with toward the house that the gardener was Wilson's body a little way off in the grass, and holocaust was complete"Pg.169-170). Another character that believed in the American Dream was Jay Gatsby. ... Wordcount: 819 Pages: 3
The Goal for Majority in the American World
This nation of ours is unique. You may not realize it and most of us surely take it for granted. We may complain about the economy. We may complain about our government or our President but in how many other countries is the press free to report the leaders indiscretions. We have so much and yet we complain so much... actually I think it is the ability to complain that makes America great. It is the freedom to dissent, to rail against the powers, to have an opinion and express it. This freedom t ... What is the American dream? ... This Dream is a dream of success, of power, wealth, control, convenience, and opportunity. These men are living the dream but to some extent all of us live this American Dream. ... The American Dream is for real. ... I can eat the food I buy at the supermarket, I can watch and use the television in my house with my own discretion, I sleep in the bed I own, and listen to what I please on the radio. ... Wordcount: 764 Pages: 3
Contemporary American Society
CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN SOCIETY - The American Dream® : DEAD or ALIVE? INTRODUCTION Originally, the 'Dream' was envisaged to be life in a new world where anything successful can happen and good things might (Hochschild, 1996). In 1963, Martin Luther King Jnr said that he too had a dream "that on the red hills of Georgia the sons of former slave owners will be able to sit down together at a table of brotherhood" Video: The Legacy). Since then, many aspects of Martin Luther King's Dream for th ... Since then, many aspects of Martin Luther King's Dream for the American people have come true, but some remain a dream. ... The United States has increasingly become a consumer-based society, so the idea of 'success' is now measured by material wealth - a white picket fenced house in the suburbs complete with car, dog and two children. ... Not necessarily the dream of a house with a picket fence, but the dream that they too could be the next Michael Jordan. In Hoop Dreams, the two young basketball players were both attempting to fulfil the criteria of the American Dream. ...... Wordcount: 2554 Pages: 10
The Disaster in Joad's Family
Grapes of Wrath Essay Because of the devastating disaster of the dust bowl, the Joad family was forced to leave their long-time home and find work and a new life elsewhere. They, like many other families, moved to California. "The land of milk and honey". The people in the dust bowl imagined California as a haven of jobs where they would have nice little white hose and as much fruit as they could eat. This dream was far from the reality the migrant farmers faced once in California. ... The Joads dream of owning a nice white house and being overwhelmed with fruit was quickly put to end after their first night in California. ... An' fruite ever'place, an' people just bein' in the nicest places, little white houses in among the orange trees." ... California was no dream land, but the exact opposite. ... Took two kids dead, took my wife dead to show me.....". ... They kept the dream alive throughout the journey. ... Wordcount: 1181 Pages: 5
The American Dream of Jay Gatsby
Jay Gatsby, the central character of F. Scott Fitzgerald"s The Great Gatsby symbolizes the American dream. The American dream offers faith in the possibility of a better life. Its attendant illusion is the belief that material wealth alone can bring that dream to fruition. Through Gatsby, Fitzgerald brings together both these ideas. Jay Gatsby thinks money is the answer to anything he encounters. He has the best of everything. The fanciest car, the largest house, and the finest clothes. Jay ... Scott Fitzgerald"s The Great Gatsby symbolizes the American dream. ... The fanciest car, the largest house, and the finest clothes. ... Another major object of Gatsby"s dream was his incredible house. Jay states to Nick and Daisy, "My house looks well, doesn"t it? ... Jay gave Nick and Daisy the grand tour of his house showing of all of his worldly possessions. ... Wordcount: 799 Pages: 3
What is a Dream?
Some say a dream; not the type one has when they're asleep, the kind one would have in reference to their life goals; can destroy one's life, I beg to differ. Without at least one dream, what would one be trying to do when they step out of their house everyday to enter the real world? The answer is nothing. That is why we must have one. A dream gives a person a sense of guidance or something to achieve. A dream is the strength in one's life, yet, it does not going to control what one does. ... Without at least one dream, what would one be trying to do when they step out of their house everyday to enter the real world? ... How can a dream destroy someone's life. ... When my dad came to the U.S. in the 60's he wanted to go to Princeton or Yale really bad. ... A person may have a dream. A person may choose to follow that dream. ... Wordcount: 518 Pages: 2
Glimpse of Dreams
Quests Not Dreams A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry is the story of black family living in the south side of Chicago. Each member of the family has a dream, a dream that has been put off for some reason. The storyline revolves around an insurance check for $10,000. The check belongs to Mama but each character envisions a different use for the money. Through the events of the play, each person either has their dream realized or caught a glimpse of their dre ... Each member of the family has a dream, a dream that has been put off for some reason. ... Aasagai, I am looking for my identity." ... Mama's dream was to have a house of her own with a little garden for flowers. ... Mama had used $3,500 for a down payment on the house, but when Walter lost the money the thought of moving was questionable. ... Mama's dream was to own a house with a graden but her quest was to pass the role of head of the family to Walter and to make sure he became a man. ... Wordcount: 1091 Pages: 4
Dreams and Reality in "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
Sometimes in our lives reality can seem like a dream come true, in "A Midsummer Night's Dream," by William Shakespeare, to the characters, their dreams are reality. Shakespeare focuses on comic love scenes to portray dream within reality and reality within dreams. This play takes you to a fantasy world where fairies live and pixie dust is real and where anything is possible. In this world, dreams become reality and reality is alluded as a dream. The first act gives us a look at our ... Sometimes in our lives reality can seem like a dream come true, in "A Midsummer Night's Dream," by William Shakespeare, to the characters, their dreams are reality. ... In this world, dreams become reality and reality is alluded as a dream. ... Hermia is in love with Lysander because, as her father describes it, Lysander has "by moonlight.... interchanged love tokens with my child." ... The climax of my scene is when Demetrius is angry and at his wits end and Helena, still enamored, dots more. ... Lysander professes his love "whom I do love and will do till my death (speaking... Wordcount: 1647 Pages: 7
The Importance of Dreams in The Glass Menagerie
Every day, all over the world people hope and dream. Sadly, many of these dreams go unanswered, and their hopes unfulfilled. The Glass Menagerie, by Tennessee Williams is a prime example of this phenomenon. Most of the characters in this play have unfulfilled dreams and hopes. Tom, who is stuck in a dead-end job at a shoe factory, wishes to leave and lead a life of adventure. Amanda hopes for the success and happiness of her two children. Laura, who has wanted to try and be no ... Every day, all over the world people hope and dream. ... She was used to a life of privilege, and thought that she would marry a planter, or son of a planter, and live in a big house to raise her family. "Among my callers were some of the most prominent young planters of the Mississippi Delta, planter and sons of planters!... "I wished for...Success and happiness for my precious children!" As with Tom, her dreams go unfulfilled. ... Wordcount: 727 Pages: 3
An Overview of Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
In Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" the mortal teenage characters fall in love foolishly, and the character Bottom states, "O what fools these mortals be". They are foolish because they act like children. Although Lysander, Hermia, Demetrius, and Helena appear grown-up, when they are in love they act foolishly. The four teenage lovers are fools. Demetrius is a fool because he is unaware that his love changes through out the play. At the start of the play ... (II i,line 220-222) "Your virtue is my privilege. ... (I i,line 157-159) Lysander says, "I have a widow aunt, a dowager Of great revenue, and she hath no child; *From Athens is her house remote seven leagues." (I i,line 164- 165) "Steal forth thy father's house tomorrow night, And in the wood, a league without the town." ... (I i,line 95-98) Egeus says, "Scornful Lysander, true, he hath my love, And what is mine my love shall render him. ... William Shakespeare's A Midsummers Night's Dream shows how childishly foolish lovers can be. ... Wordcount: 813 Pages: 3
Fool Teenage Lovers in "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
A Midsummer Night's Dream- In Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" the mortal teenage characters fall in love foolishly, and the character Bottom states, "O what fools these mortals be". They are foolish because they act like children. Although Lysander, Hermia, Demetrius, and Helena appear grown-up, when they are in love they act foolishly. The four teenage lovers are fools. Demetrius is a fool because he is unaware that his love changes through out the play. At the start ... A Midsummer Night's Dream- In Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" the mortal teenage characters fall in love foolishly, and the character Bottom states, "O what fools these mortals be". ... (II i,line 220-222) "Your virtue is my privilege. ... (I i,line 164- 165) "Steal forth thy father's house tomorrow night, And in the wood, a league without the town." ... (I i,line 95-98) Egeus says, "Scornful Lysander, true, he hath my love, And what is mine my love shall render him. ... William Shakespeare's A Midsummers Night's Dream shows how childishly f... Wordcount: 755 Pages: 3
Dreams in "A Raisin in the sun"
A dream deferred is a dream put off to another time, much like this essay. But unlike dreams sometimes, this essay will get fulfilled and done with. Each character from A Raisin in the Sun had a deferred dream, even little Travis although his dream was not directly stated. Their dreams become dried up like a raisin in the sun. Not just dreams are dried up though; Walter Lee and Ruth"s marriage became dried up also. Their marriage was no longer of much importance, like a dream it was post-pone ... The money would let Ruth fulfill her dream of owning her own house and leaving the apartment. ... The dream that Mama and Ruth shared was to move into a bigger and better house. ... We had even picked out the house. ... But Lord, child, you should know all the dreams I had 'bout buying that house and fixing it up and making me a little garden in the back -- And didn't none of it happen.... In an explosive moment, he fulfills his family"s dream of having a house of their own. ... Wordcount: 3921 Pages: 16
Interpretation of Dreams
Freud and Dreams Dreams have been objects of boundless fascination and mystery for humankind since the beginning of time. These nocturnal vivid images seem to arise from some source other than our ordinary conscious mind. They contain a mixture of elements from our own personal identity which we recognize as familiar along with a quality of `otherness' in the dream images that carries a sense of the strange and eerie. The bizarre and nonsensical characters and plots in dreams point to deeper m ... Freud and Dreams Dreams have been objects of boundless fascination and mystery for humankind since the beginning of time. ... As Erik Craig said while we dream we entertain a wider range of human possibilities then when awake; the "open house" of dreaming is less guarded (Craig, 1992). ... But the parts of the dream, which he describes in different terms, are by fact, the weak spots in the dream. ... My supposition is that a conscious wish can only become a dream-instigator if it succeeds in awakening an unconscious wish with the same tenor and in obtaining reinforcement from it. ( Freud, ... Wordcount: 2457 Pages: 10
The Greatest Ending Ever in "The Great Gatsby"
One of the greatest endings in American literature can be found in F. Scott Fitzgerald's 1925 novel The Great Gatsby. Fitzgerald ties in many themes that were used throughout the entire novel together in the last seven paragraphs to produce a unified piece of literature. Since the ending is the last thing a reader remembers, a good ending is essential to unify and summarize the themes of the novel for a greater impact on the reader. "Gatsby's house was still empty when I left - the grass o ... Just as Gatsby's house is empty, so is Gatsby's dream unfulfilled. ... "On the last night, with my trunk packed and my car sold to the grocer, I went over and looked at that huge incoherent failure of a house once more. ... With the phrase "huge incoherent failure of a house", one could change the words around and say "huge incoherent failure of a dream" to mean that the dream was too vast, too difficult to accomplish. On Nick's last night to change his mind before he deletes the dream from his life, he takes a long look at what's left of the dream, and the house. ...... Wordcount: 1481 Pages: 6
The Dream in F. Scott Fitzerald's Novel The Great Gatsby
What is the American Dream? In the Webster's New World Dictionary, dream is defined as: "a fanciful vision of the conscious mind; a fond hope or aspiration; anything lovely, etc." In F. Scott Fitzerald's novel The Great Gatsby, the lead character Jay Gatsby defines the American Dream as: everyone can rise to success no matter what his or her beginnings. In the First chapter of the novel, Nick Carraway, the narrator of the story gives us a glimpse into Gatsby's idealistic dream. "No-Gatsby tur ... What is the American Dream? ... I was brought up in America but educated at Oxford because all my ancestors have been educated there for many years. ... Gatsby has committed crime in order to gain the life style and buy the mansion to impress Daisy. "...he revalued everything in his house according to the measure of response it drew from [Daisy's] well-loved eyes... He is faithful to his dream till the very end, and the dream is embodied in Daisy. ... "Gatsby bought that house so that Daisy would be just across the bay... Wordcount: 1346 Pages: 5
A Comparative Essay: A Bird in the House and A Jest of God
Comparative Essay - A Bird in the House and A Jest of God One of the harsh realities of life is death. In A Bird in the House and A Jest of God, Margaret Laurence realizes the death of a loved one, the 'death of a dream', and the death of a relationship through the eyes of women. Laurence uses similar themes and ironic situations in both novels to paint a grim picture of life and death. In both novels, the author writes of the struggles of women coping with the death of a loved one. Vaness ... Comparative Essay - A Bird in the House and A Jest of God One of the harsh realities of life is death. In A Bird in the House and A Jest of God, Margaret Laurence realizes the death of a loved one, the 'death of a dream', and the death of a relationship through the eyes of women. ... "I had not been back in a long time, and I sensed that this would be my last sight of [Manawaka]." ... Rachel also suffers the death of a dream. ... In A Bird in the House, the ignorant housekeeper, Noreen, remarked, "A bird in the house means a death in the house," when a sparrow flew in Vanessa... Wordcount: 829 Pages: 3
The Balance of My Life
"Heal the past, live the present, and dream the future." I believe that my past makes me who I am today and the future depends on my present life. My life reflects the piano. What I get out of it depends on how I play it. In this journey of my life, I have to overcome many obstacles to be where I am today. Going back on my life, it brings forth a feeling of nostalgia. It seems as if were only yesterday, I was a child and now I am beginning a new milestone in my life. I now look back at those obs ... "Heal the past, live the present, and dream the future." ... My motivation and desire for success made me little by little stand on my own, and pursued what I dream. ... A woman's voice yells back, " I work hard all day to keep this house clean!!!" ... Although future holds many hopes and dreams I sense a fear of becoming independent. ... I see my parents by my side cheering me on. ... Wordcount: 1203 Pages: 5
Dreams and Freudian Theory-
Dreams and Freudian Theory- Dreams have been objects of boundless fascination and mystery for humankind since the beginning of time. These nocturnal vivid images seem to arise from some source other than our ordinary conscious mind. They contain a mixture of elements from our own personal identity which we recognize as familiar along with a quality of `otherness' in the dream images that carries a sense of the strange and eerie. The bizarre and nonsensical characters and plots in d ... Dreams and Freudian Theory- Dreams have been objects of boundless fascination and mystery for humankind since the beginning of time. ... As Erik Craig said while we dream we entertain a wider range of human possibilities then when awake; the "open house" of dreaming is less guarded (Craig, 1992). ... But the parts of the dream, which he describes in different terms, are by fact, the weak spots in the dream. ... My supposition is that a conscious wish can only become a dream-instigator if it succeeds in awakening an unconscious wish with the same tenor and in obtaining ... Wordcount: 2567 Pages: 10
Paper on Basic Knowledge of Dreams
The paper provides the basic knowledge of dreams, their significance in our lives and discusses sexual dreams to demonstrate how they have the capability to change and make our lives happier and more enjoyable. What are dreams? Why do people dream? Is there any possible way to understand them? All these questions triggered peoples" minds for generations to provide valid answers. Dream analysis commenced many years ago. Curiosity people possessed and mysticism that dreams contained provided a ... What are dreams? Why do people dream? ... So, a house, in that case, would stand for security, tranquility and comfort. ... This dream shows tenderness of intimacy and beauty of surroundings: My current lover and I were walking together in the woods and came to a beautiful lake. ... My mother was there and we ate until we were completely satisfied. ... Wordcount: 1879 Pages: 8
Gatsby's Quintessential Example of American Dream
The Great Gatsby? The novel 'The great Gatsby" is written around the 1920"s when the American dream was every mans dream. Gatsby is a quintessential example of the American dream, a self-made businessman and entrepreneur. His wealth made evident through his elaborate parties at his mansion in West egg, near New York. The question is, is it his success as a businessman and adventurer what makes him great, or does it lie a lot deeper than that? Throughout the story Gatsby has his ... The novel 'The great Gatsby" is written around the 1920"s when the American dream was every mans dream. Gatsby is a quintessential example of the American dream, a self-made businessman and entrepreneur. ... Without doubt, the story from the point of Daisy going to Nick"s house for tea onwards the relationship between Gatsby and her becomes more and more complicated. ... My thoughts at this point are whether or not Gatsby is going through turmoil because of it. ... The title of the book is irrelevant to my decisio... Wordcount: 1901 Pages: 8
"A Raisin in the Sun" By Hansberry: Struggles To Gain Middle Class
Society in the 1959 was full of racial discrimination. White and blacks were still living in their own "areas", the public as a whole was very slow to accept the concept of mixed neighborhoods - blacks and white living together. This book, A Raisin in the Sun, by Lorraine Vivian Hansberry, tells the story of a lower-class black family"s struggle to gain middle -class acceptance in the Southside of Chicago. The Younger family of five, four adults and one child live in a cramped apartment in ... But he points out "He was my father, too!... Walter is so selfish that as the story unfolds and Walter realizes that Mama has made a down payment on a house in a white middle class neighborhood he feels like his dream has been butchered. ... Mama after realizing that Walter needs to feel like 'the man of the house", gives him the balance of the money. ... Walter finally shows pride and dignity by turning down the offer of money to not move into the house. ... When Walter speaks to Lindner we know that Walter finally understands what is important; " ... we are very proud people.... Wordcount: 773 Pages: 3
The Great Gatsby: A Story About American Dream
The Great Gatsby? F. Scott Fitzgerald"s Great Gatsby tells a story about the American Dream, and the downfall of those who attempt to reach its illusionary goals. The American Dream has always been based on the idea that each person, no matter who he is, can become successful in life by his hard work. The dream also embodies the idea of a self-sufficient man, an entrepreneur making it successful for him. Jay Gatsby, the main character, embraces this dream of happiness in order to recapture his ... "I thought you didn"t, if you"ll pardon my-you see, I carry on a little business on the side, a sort of side line, you understand. ... Gatz, Gatsby"s father, describes how he buys his father a house when he becomes wealthy. ... Through this passage, Nick explains how Gatsby romanticizes his future, his dreams. ... He just a romantic following his dream. ... New York: Chelsea House, 1985. 2. ... Wordcount: 1042 Pages: 4
The Great Gatsby 4
'The Great Gatsby" The American Dream: (Summary of a metamorphosis of living) In Pursuit of the American Dream The 'Great Gatsby', was a Novel written about the Roaring twenties in the United States of America. The novel was written by Scott F. Fitzgerald about the corruption of the time and the forgotten dream and oath taken by the American people. He embodies many themes in the novel; the most salient one relates to the corruption of the American Dream. The American Dream. The ... 'The Great Gatsby" The American Dream: (Summary of a metamorphosis of living) In Pursuit of the American Dream The 'Great Gatsby', was a Novel written about the Roaring twenties in the United States of America. ... The American Dream. ... The roaring Twenties was when the first breakdown in the American dream occurred or was realised. ... "Be my friend, be my lover" meaning she still cared and craved for Gatsby yet didn"t want to end her life of the in crowd, in atrade for he man she loved; Gatsby. ... One part of the American dream, that Gatsby lacks is sup... Wordcount: 7800 Pages: 31