final topic 2 - Leaving home Leaving home means to leave...

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Unformatted text preview: Leaving home Leaving home means to leave behind everything a person ever has, and go for a brand new life. Many people like to leave their families for various reasons, and they all have different experiences. Other people say, “East or west, home is best.” However, is leaving home a good thing or a bad thing? Generally, it has more advantages than disadvantages, as people can get higher chance to succeed, they may have more choices of living, and they would learn by their hearts the importance of the families. Firstly, those who leave their homes are more likely to view the world more reality. A good example would be the famous novel, “The catcher in the rye”. The protagonist, Holden leaves home when he got kicked out by his high school. He goes to Manhattan. He explores the city, calls up some old friends, and gradually becomes bitter about the world and people. Holden thinks that the majority of the people in the world are putting on bitter about the world and people....
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final topic 2 - Leaving home Leaving home means to leave...

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