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Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant by Anne Tyler shows the struggle to create a sense of homesickness which is a struggle to create the feeling of home Anne Tyler redefines the concept of home to a place where you feel safe no longer is it a nuclear family situation Family is an important concept in Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant family is two or more people who share values and goals Family is like air you cannot live without it The family is the base from which the individual moves into society and acquires a sense of community Eckard Family is so important that one cannot live without it and a family is what makes a home and a family is what brings people into society A family is two or more people who work together that live on together and Anne Tyler uses the family as a vehicle A vehicle for portraying how people manage to endure together-how they grate against each other adjust intrude and protect themselves from intrusion give up and start all over again in the morningContemporary Authors Online Families stick together each day they protect themselves and the following day it starts again Parenting plays a large role in families and Pearl knew the obligation of parents Pearl would say when you have children youre obligated to liveEckard It is not fair just to leave children to live without parents without a good family therefore parent are required to live as long as possible to support their children and give them the best possibility for a family for a home When customers come to the restaurant they are served food in which they are homesick for Customers are served food which they have not had in a long time in a sense they are hungry for it At the Homesick Restaurant customers can get food for which they are homesick forEckard The title of the book
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