Drown Essay | Essay

Junot Díaz
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Summary: Essay on Junot Diaz's short story "Drown"
Carpe Diem. Seize the day. The cliché has been passed around and used for centuries, yet as simple as the words may sound, they are much harder to actually act upon. While it is true that there are those adventurous types who take in all that life has to offer without ever holding back, there are also those who have their own inhibitions and restraints when it comes to actually putting themselves out there. The act of putting one's own self in a position of extreme vulnerability is usually what restrains one from ever truly taking chances that will cause them to leave behind their individual comfort zones. This fear alone can be fed by a number of factors. The narrator in the short story "Drown", for example, no matter how much he knows that there is a better life available for him somewhere other than the neighborhood...

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