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The Regeneration of Roaring Camp And so the work of regeneration began is Roaring Camp9 The regeneration referred to takes place in a California mining camp in 1850 after the birth of Tommy Luck son of Cherokee Sal the camps prostitute who died giving birth Sometimes one doesnt realize how much he needs to change until he gets a subtle push from fate Just a little addition to the world can cause a regeneration of a lifetime Bret Harte demonstrates this idea in the story The Luck of Roaring Camp In this story Bret Harte shows that even the roughest men can regenerate into kind gentle wholesome people with the love of a child The term roughs applied to them was a distinction rather than a definition3 The men of Roaring Camp live the way they please They have no rules or regulations nobody to impress and nobody to tell them what to do or how to act The assemblage numbered about one hundred men One or two of these were actual fugitives from justice some were criminal and all were reckless2 The men of Roaring Camp were unruly and all it takes is the love of an infant to change the rude into responsible Roaring Camp will go through a regeneration of a lifetime All of the men at the mining camp will strive to make Roaring Camp a suitable place for a baby to live The very first signs that the men are in the process of change is when they went to see the baby for the first time They walked in a single file line and in an orderly fashion Many gave the baby a contribution The sorry state of the camp and the men under went change immediately after the arrival of the baby Almost imperceptibly a change came over the settlement 9 The new baby was given the name Tommy Luck but was known around the
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