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  • Dysfunctional Relationship Between Rock And His Mother
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    Dysfunctional family relationships form the basis of many Canadian short stories. Often, tragedy is the end result of severe family breakdown. In other cases, personality defects are directly traceable to poor family dynamics. In the stories "Hurt", "Fall of a City", and "The Sound of Hollyhocks" there were very profound family problems. The difficulty in the father / son relationship in "Hurt" reflects a role reversal. Even though Stevie is only a young boy, he took care of himself and his fath...
  • Family Relationships
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    Q. In times of upheaval, it is one's family that is important. Discuss. First They Killed My Father is a highly emotional, moving account of the survival of a family - a family brought together through challenging times. The importance of family in the survival of Loung and her siblings throughout and beyond the Khmer Rouge years cannot be overstressed. Essential family values such as a mother's love for her children, obedience to caring father's advice and cooperation with each other through pu...
  • Connection Of The Three Women
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    Life is not a series of isolated ponds and puddles; life is a river. Only in the most literal sense are we born on the day we leave our mother's womb. In the larger, truer sense, we are born of the past - connected to its fluidity, both genetically and experientially. The novel Away is a clear example of how people are connected to the past. It characterizes three generations of a family of women. These women are connected through their experiences. They are all women of extremes; they are passi...
  • Aspect Of The Cree Hunters Culture
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    Life in the Cree Hunters's ociety is mainly independent. They are secluded in the wilderness from the rest of the tribe, and from the rest of civilization. The only outsiders that come in contact with the Cree hunters are fur traders twice each year. They are completely dependent on the environment around them. They get all that they need from the wilderness by hunting bears and beavers, fishing, and gathering. This is very unlike the US. The US relies on many other countries for support for imp...
  • Janet's Relationship With Ted Change
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    The novel All Families are Psychotic written by Douglas Coupland starts off as a pessimistic novel but slowly evolves into an optimistic novel through the dynamic family relationships that grow throughout the story. The estranged and new relationships that are formed in the novel demonstrate the beauty that exists within families: the intimate moments shared between father and son and husband and wife. These touching moments in the book and the fairytale ending leave the reader with an optimisti...

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