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The essay statement that I will be discussing in this essay is crossing the boundaries is all about freedom In this case I definitely agree that this is true as it is portrayed in various short stories in the book crossing by Agnes Nieuwenhuizen and Tessa Duder We also see how freedom plays a main part in the related text Mild Swan in a story about immigration and family life The story shadow strangers is about running away to attain what the artificial beings define as freedom or their very own paradise The story is based on two teenagers who run at the risk of their own lives just for the sake of freedom Freedom is one of the main concepts in this story But Im so tired of running I dont care if I live or if I You see one of the physical boundaries they cross of just running and running They have crossed their own physical limit or boundary for the sakes of freedom showing that boundaries are all about freedom having to cross some sort of limitation to set yourself free Tomorrow well fly to the eco-tourist jungle and then slip across the border She laughed Free as the birds The technique used in this line if mainly focused on free as the birds The technique used in this quote is a metaphor The fact they compare themselves to a bird represents freedom as the make you imagine them as birds free to soar free from troubles or misunderstandings The related text Wild Swan is about a woman who migrates to Australia to live an easier life but finds it only harder on herself The story takes place through the eyes of a Chinese lady named Lily She has a hard life in china and doesnt make much money which brought her to a decision to migrate to Australia She moved there because she wanted to be free from
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