• Submitted By: eyasbic
  • Date Submitted: 11/30/2013 3:55 PM
  • Category: English
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The meaning of journey is where people go to travel. It can also be a physical, inner or an a imaginative journey.Physical is the act of travelling from place to place.Inner is a journey that their explore himself.Imaginative is a journey about a person from the reality and to transfer them into a dream.
The book kite runner by Khaled Hosseini is a physical and inner journey about an twelve year old Amir to desperately to win the kite-fighting tournament with Hassan who promised to help him. In that afternoon, an event has shattered both Amirs but also his relationships between others. Many years later, this forced him to fight for one thing he can’t be granted to be forgiven not just himself but others. Otherwise known as redemption.
The road not taken by Robert Frost is about a person going on a journey about to make a difficult decision of the two path he was given. He must choose one path to move forward but has the fear that he may not succeed
The film of Mice and Men directed by Gary Sinise is about Lennie and George’s journey to achieve the American Dream during the 1900s in California. Both of them go through many challenges of hardships, discrimination and respect until it all ended with a single action chosen by George which ended their dream

The purpose of this text is to enable us to understand what the narrator made us think,reflect and consider towards his painful and haunted life-journey. The narrator made us think by using many themes or key words such as satisfaction, betrayal,salvation and redemption to engage but also reflect the audience regret. A great example of this is when Amir has proved himself enough to redeem himself from his betrayal to Hassan.
This may lead them to fight for their redemption by working their life to salvation to achieve it.

Expressing these journeys relationship shows powerful emotions towards their purpose. This forced them to strive more persistently and consistently to one day achieve their life...

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