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James Ball 11/25 I have a love hate relationship with Krik? Krak! I mean I have not been in that desperate to do things mentioned in the story, and I am lucky enough to grown up in a country with such great freedoms. People in the story have many different backgrounds; I found it sometimes difficult to empathize with the characters in the story. I feel like it sometimes over drew the whole feel bad for me emotion, Haiti is a third world country, it is a well known fact that it is dangerous to live there and I could not imagine what it would be like. While the book displays these horrible lifestyles in which these people have to live, I guess it can encourage philanthropists to fund the country. The story I like
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Unformatted text preview: the most in the book was Night Women. Although it was very depressing, it showed me what women will do for their children. The mother is a prostitute at night because that is the only way she can support her kid. Although I have never been that desperate to support my family, I can still sympathize because I grew up in a very poor and dangerous neighborhood. This novel shows us the conflict between man vs. society and the struggle some people have to survive. This novel showed me that I am a lot better off in the United States than I would have been in Haiti....
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This note was uploaded on 03/08/2010 for the course POLSCI 442 taught by Professor Minton during the Spring '10 term at St. Johns Duplicate.

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