Where the Heart Is Essay | Essay

Billie Letts
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Where the Heart Is

Summary: Essay evaluates how people are influenced by the portrayals of home life in the media and on television in the work, 'Where the Heart Is' by Billie Letts.
Novalee, a young girl who was abandoned by her mother at a young age, she has never really had a home, the places she calls her home is a place where she can live, which is pretty much anywhere; even a Wal-Mart store. Home to Novalee is having somewhere to sleep, eat, and somewhere to live even if it's just for a night. But she then finds out that home is not just a place, but home is where the heart is.

The people who care about you the most is where you can find a home and especially love. Love isn't only found by your parents, as Novalee realized at a very young age, but she found her love while living in a Wal-Mart store. Novalee gave birth to a beautiful little girl who she named Americus. She came up with the name Americus because she met...

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