Unformatted text preview: crashing down of the book case that contained all of the uncle's music symbolizes and parallels the falling and breaking of the uncle's soul. Watching himself on TV, the uncle makes a regretful comment, "Coño, si," expressing the "if only" sort of regret that he feels in looking back on the "the good ole days." This essay makes me appreciate my youth more and inspires to cherish the "the good ole days" while they are still lasting. This essay has reminded me not to take anything for granted and to appreciate the little things in life, because fame, and jewels, and publicity may not be able to keep me young and joyful in my old age....
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- Summer '08
- Gerontology, English-language films, Debut albums, Natalie Cook, The Mambo Kings Play Songs of Love