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Anna Quindlens piece entitled Homeless and Barbara Aschers composition entitle on compassion The prospective of both authors is very different Anna Quindlens makes a political issue statement Thesis is Quidlens philosophy is having a house where as Barbara Ascher takes a different approach and talks about poor people Thesis is Ascher way of looking at poor people would they get off the streets if we give them food or money Anna Quindlens says that there are many people with no homes not because they dont have a roof on top of their heads its for the reason that they dont have attachment to that place witch they call home In addition to that she also said home is where the heart is or there is no place like it She believes that everyone should have roots Some place where they can go to and find peace and feel safe One of the examples in her essay was to children who do not understand what it means to go to their rooms because they never had a room men and women whose fantasy is a wall they can paint of their own color I can relate to that example to my individual life When I first came from India and we lived with my aunt in Montville for 4 months I had no privacy and I felt homeless Barbara Ascher talks about what really matters What people need She talks about people trying to get poor out of their shops by giving them what they need because they are afraid it would be difficult for them to run their business She gives an example As winter approaches the mayor of New York city is moving the homeless into the Belleview Hospital in that example she talks about how sometimes people dont like raw humanity The difference between the two essays is very obvious They are both talking about two altered things
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