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LITR 103 Journal Entry Unit 6 - Rachel L Gates L ITR 103...

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Rachel L. Gates LITR 103 Journal Entry: Unit 6 The character of Yank and his surroundings, in addition to, his unfortunate demise was also symbolized by his death, the profound way that he died, rather. This particular situation not only brought attention to his social disposition but as his own protagonist attitude that took him to his grave. Yank is finally convinced of his societal deficiency. He then decides to free the animal and join him in brotherhood. Regrettably, even the gorilla castoffs Yank and kills him. Before he dies, the “hairy ape” mourns: “He got me, aw right. I’m trou. Even him didn’t tink I belonged. Christ, where do I get off at? Where do I fit in? Yank has asked where he’d fit in several times throughout the film, signifying that he noticed that he really doesn’t have the skills to survive in the common world. Yank belongs with what we represents, in a cage, away from middle class, possibly not even with the
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