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William Zornick Devastated Home 2/28/08 Eng 102 The concept of home is one that is integral to the American way of life. When one thinks of home, for many, it brings an air of comfort to the person. Often time’s people in critical situations, such as POW camps, think of home to help them through their experience. Thought of home conjures many things in the human psyche. Feelings such as warmth and comfort can be felt. Often the scent of a home can bring solace of maybe the knowledge of family and community. After all home is not the four walls that protect you from the wild, home is the neighborhood, the community where you are comfortable. Home also offers privacy and personal space. In a world where personal space is a fleeting notion, the fact that you have somewhere to go to get away from it all is a very comforting idea. However often times we do not look deeper into our concept of home. We never consider what was but only what is. When thought of critically, home may be one of the
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2008 for the course ENG 102 taught by Professor Konkol during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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