Tag Archives: culture

A Puerto Rico Adventure: Part 1

Adventure is an essential part of my life and a lifestyle, and something I have done to escape the dependence and chaos from society and city-life. It brings harmony to my life. Like eating and sleeping, discovering and exploring new places and culture is necessary for me to broaden my intellect and perspective of the […]
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Culturally Empathic

To understand the emotions and experiences of people outside my culture, I must venture out of my circle and comfort zone to actually explore other cultures. If I can’t travel to other countries and continents to experience other cultures, I need only to open a book and read and/or watch a film. But diverse culture is all around me. […]
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What Fiction Teaches People about War and Refugees.

Videos show a glimpse of what it is like for people trapped in war zones, but no one knows what it is like for these individuals except these individuals. Though it is not a complete understanding of what it is these people experience, characters in fiction, who are portrayed in war zones, can provide readers […]
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Marxism in Literature.

Marxism- “a theory and practice of socialism including the labor theory of value, dialectical materialism, the class struggle, and dictatorship of the proletariat until the establishment of a classless society.” Marxism is displayed in Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness. I think the work is a connection between the Victorian values and the ideals of modernism. […]
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