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All people of this world are different in some way or another This is a fact No two people are alike nor do any beings on this earth contain the same exact physical features but in this personality traits are shared Many desire to succeed to encounter love and emotion and feed their cravings of hunger sex and dignity That is why man is man No matter how demeaning or wounded they may be man craves to come out as the winner In the A Clean Well-Lighted Place A Days Wait and In Another Country the author Ernest Hemingway illustrates his characters with troubles of mental and physical behaviors In parallel all these characters share one universal goal it is to come out of their single situations with dignity and decency The clean and well-lighted caf in the story A Clean Well-Lighted Place presented the old man with a place to go Common to all beings man likes to go out to a clean and well-lit place to share a drink with himself maybe to soak away lifes unfairness or simply to enjoy his successes The old man in this story showed dignity The waiter watched him go down the street a very old man walking unsteadily but with dignity31 His deafness was not the wound that this man would let him fail in life but with this gift he would succeed The deafness does not seem to bother the old man but more to let him enjoy what he does without anyone else bothering him The old man was a regular in the caf The two waiters inside the caf knew that the old man was a little drunk and while he was a good client29 indicating that even with his deafness and annoyance to one of the waiters I wish he would go home He has no regard for those who must work31 the old man was always invited in The old man
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