Waking Up from the American Dream Essay | Waking Up from the American Dream

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Waking Up from the American Dream

Summary: Analyzing the quest for a better life in the movie "Deadly Voyage" and the novels "The Lonely Londoners" and "Ambiguous Adventure."
Waking Up from the American Dream

Throughout history there has been a quest for a better life. Bill Clinton himself said, "We are a nation of immigrants", and one of the first things an American learns as a schoolchild is the phrase written on the Statue of Liberty: "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free." People will journey far and wide, traverse the entire continent, suffer all manner of pain and suffering, if they believe that, in the end, they will be rewarded, and there is nothing quite like survival to motivate people. That is why it comes as no surprise when people from other countries struggle to get to America, believing the ancient tale of "the American Dream", convinced that they will finally make it big in this land of riches. In other countries, people believe that...

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