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There are many different views on how people should live our lives All of these different philosophies come from many different places They come from religions peoples cultures and their morals that they have been taught People live by these rules they were brought into from the day they are born and do not question them In A Rock A River A Tree by Maya Angelou and Ishmael by Daniel Quinn both attempt to show how humans should live their lives and survive in a community There way of changing the world is to convince readers to stand up and speak out about how to save the world Daniel Quinn specificly helps readers to see that our lives are governed by matured laws that humans refuse to acknowledge-- this causing their our destruction In Ishmael Daniel Quinn sets the idea of having to think differently by having the book being told my a man whos teacher is a talking Gorilla The Gorillas name is ironicly Ishmael Ishmael teaches captivity which he has been in his whole life and has mastered As a Gorilla he has a totally different view on the world He states in many ways that he believes that we must stand up for saving the world In the beginning of the book Ishmael is talking about Germany before and during World War Two He talks about how everyone followed the story if they believed in it or not because the people around you made you captive by the story by believing in it Behind that story is another one the makes your mind think that maybe if that one person did stand a few people would realize that it was wrong and stand up too and maybe the WWII or the holocaust would have never happened Later in the book they are working on why people are knowingly destroying the world and doing nothing about it Ishmael tries
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