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The Brown Wasps is in my personal opinion a very good narrative essay that not only has interesting description but comes to a more personal level with his reader His choice of words and the way he presents the emotional content of situations make the reader think of his own life and how he may associate parts of the characters life with his own I think that Eisleys main point or thesis reflects in his examples that many forms and variations of life try to keep in their mind a sense of homeA place where they can feel comfortable and not have worry of outside pressures but feel content in knowing that they exist The first couple of examples of the elderly men in the train station All of which are scattered in the floor and lying on the benches helpless and wanting to die as the rest the rest of the world goes on with life as usual Note how the Security guard makes his hourly pass and does his job but chooses to ignore the old men as they attempt to get up He uses this style that makes human emotion in writing more appealing to the reader He compares this to that of wasps who come back to their nest to die Stressinga need for closeness with a community Death is an underlying factor in bothcases I guess he tries to make us feel that the thought of death may bring a sense of what home is much clearer Later on he uses two more examples dealing with even stronger emotions The field mouse who became scared and was forced from hishome And the person who went back to their childhood home to find the tree that he and his father had planted sixty years before Remembering thathis dad had promised they would not move and put down roots But sixty years later
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