The Republic Of Nothing

The Republic Of Nothing - Ones sole and basic desire is to...

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Ones sole and basic desire is to achieve general happiness, self-fulfillment and to find their individual identity. Great efforts are made in an attempt to attain these aspirations. Finding your true self is a struggle; few are able to triumph because of the immense pressures and influences that come with society and the conformity it encompasses. Lesley Choyce undeniably uncovers the importance and significance of commitment to personal beliefs and causes that are absolutely unique to the individual in “The Republic of Nothing.” He configures the characters, Everett and Gwen to illustrate the attempt to secure the satisfaction of self-fulfillment and self-realization. There are many entirely different approaches and techniques of discovering true identity all of which leave you with the exact same outcome: happiness. The pursuit of identity is a lifelong battle that is never won in its entirety. Ones identity is based upon their views, aspirations, ideals, and dreams; they are constantly changing with time and maturity. Lesley Choyce portrays the crusade for self-fulfillment through Everett McQuades journey of new understanding and perception. The ambitions
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This note was uploaded on 06/09/2008 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Pilaud during the Spring '08 term at Northeastern.

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