Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: The reasons are numerous as to why they would want to enter America such as gain employment and support family back home. He gives her a hug. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Many have attempted both journeys, in Central America there is always many migrants who attempt to make their way north and find a way across the Mexican border into America.
Nazario also tries to make the audience connect and share feelings with the immigrants so we can better understand why they come to our country and maybe decrease discrimination. Appealing to pathos we find the stories that Sonia shoots out all thru ought the book, she personalizes the statistics by providing the name and a brief story of each person she met during her investigation such as Transito Encarnacion Martinez Hernandez who lost both feet and Leti Isabela Mejia Yanes a single mother who also lost both of her legs. However, it simply was not worth it. I thought of all those other families of miners and prospectors who had come to Battle Mountain hoping to find gold and who had to leave town like us when their luck ran out. The moment of reuniting with his mother was a very brief moment of celebration, as time passed that all changed. The best example would be Enrique she focuses on his story but in reality he is just another number added to the statistics of immigrants that come to the United States.
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I thought of all those other families of miners and prospectors who had come to Battle Mountain hoping to find gold and who had to leave town like us when their luck ran out. Email required Address never made public.
Click here to sign up. They left family in Honduras only to pursue money in America and an attempt at living the American Dream, leaving what is more important which is family unity.
The purpose of the book is to make the audience understand the journey that immigrants live or die thru for them to get enriqurs the United States, there are some logical fallacies in the story because not all of the people are as poor as she describes them in the countries she mentioned.
The only problem was that she promised Enrique she would eriques but she never rhesis. From Honduras to the United States it is roughly 3, kilometers. When one person leaves from one place after being there for so long only to head to another place you detach yourself from the original place.
Just to look at it from a distance in real life or photography, it is easy to admire both. Sonia Nazario made the audience have an emotional connection with the story of Enrique therefore the book appeals the most to pathos.
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Mount Everest is located on the border of Nepal and China. Remember me on this computer. This is what Enrique did to make it. Even in a book titled, The Glass Castle by Jeanette Walls, who is also the narrator, we can see an example of how leaving from one comfortable place to the next can be a very depressing situation: The ascent to Mount Everest is no easy task, and just like climbing a mountain, migrating from Honduras to America is no easy task.
Nazario also tries to make the audience connect and share feelings with the immigrants so we can better understand why they come to our country and maybe decrease discrimination. She had left because she wanted to help support her family back in Honduras by working in America.
Enrique had to endure gang violence, falling off a train, possibility of rape, mutilation, muggings, getting beat up, starvation, and even death. Similarly is the case for Enrique where he experienced a brief satisfaction of finally meeting his mother and she began to brag about her son: This leads to the reward, the light at the jouurney of the tunnel.
However, it simply was not worth it. Overcoming Adversity on Mount Everest.
He jumps squarely onto the bed next to her. He decided to go forth on this deadly trek.
There is not the slightest prospect of any gain whatsoever. Many have attempted both journeys, in Central America there is always many migrants who attempt to make their way north and find a way across the Mexican border into America.
If Lourdes had not done so, he would have never gone through so much danger. This feeling would not last long because what comes up must come down.