Josecarlos_Ruiz-EnglishLit2

Josecarlos_Ruiz-EnglishLit2 - Ruiz 1 Josecarlos Ruiz Engl...

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Ruiz – 1 Josecarlos Ruiz Engl 2342 Ms. Ruiz February 22, 2011 Joaquin? - Who are you? - My name is John Doe. - No, I didn’t ask for your name, I ask who you are. - I don’t seem to follow… I am from Venezuela. - Not from where you are, but who are you? This conversation could go on forever, John Doe can’t answer the question, and the person asking it might be just a jerk who likes to mess up with people. Identity might be the hardest thing to find, to own, but at the same time is perhaps the only unique thing that makes the passage of life unique to its partaker. To find and know our own identity could be really hard, to know where we come from, and then, perhaps, have a clue of where we might be heading to. In “I Am Joaquin” the author provides with measureless information regarding his origins, at the same time, the prideful authors name is not Joaquin. It seems that, despite the vast information, the author himself, as Joaquin, lacks true identity. The information he provides makes the reader think that he is very
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This note was uploaded on 10/07/2011 for the course ENGL 1301-1302 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Lone Star College System.

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