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Introduction sentence In an ideal world low class people wouldnt be working at weekend In an ideal world high class people would donate money to the people who need help In case one has not heard the world is not ideal and perfect world peace isnt a possibility and young children are dying of hunger Society should strive for a better and equal place for all 1st supporting paragraph Low class people were struggling in anytime of history Michael Ondaatjes In the Skin of a Lion narrates the forgotten stories of those who contributed to the building of the city Toronto particularly immigrants and marginal individuals In the very first page of the novel Ondaatje stresses the concern with personal narratives and the act of storytelling This is the story a young girl gathers in a car during the early hours of the morning She listens to the man as he picks up and brings together various corners of the story Patrick Lewis was an abashed man an inheritance from his father He was a searcher in the city of Toronto with a 5 dollar per moth pay rate 2nd supporting paragraph Rich people get anything they want with the Gods hand on them 3rd supporting paragraph Language and people often have barriers to cross they broke through their chrysalis into language and by doing so the structures of their world changes Boundaries could be physical eg the bridge with the lanterns tracing outlines This kind is symbolical the nun loses the boundaries and falls over into a new existence She takes on a new character and her past life is obliterated just by having stretched her boundaries Boundaries could be somewhat physical in the mental sense When Patrick sees the loggers skate across ice holding fires his mind raced ahead of his body ie he has been exposed to a realization outside of his world Patrick is an abashed
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