Summary of Joyas Voladoras - Kim 1 Summary of Joyas Voladoras The essay Joyas Voladoras in LIT.FOR COMPOSITION was written by Brian Doyle an essayist in

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Kim Summary of Joyas Voladoras The essay “ Joyas Voladoras ” in LIT.FOR COMPOSITION was written by Brian Doyle, an essayist, in 2004. The title means “ flying jewels” in Spanish, and it designates the hummingbird. In this essay, Doyle begins the essay speaking about the heart of the hummingbird and ends the essay speaking about the human heart. He quotes the heart of the hummingbird, the whale, the tortoise and the other creatures to tell that all creatures have different hearts, but there is something in common. It is that all have hearts. The word “ heart” comes to mind in his essay. Doyle uses the comparison of a tortoise that lives for two hundred years old and the hummingbird that lives for two years, and it explains how different mind and the way of life affect to one’s each life. He makes readers think that they have which type of the heart to live their life through this comparison. Doyle informs us how small
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