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Thesis Through reading Alexies book I realized that the book reveals the un-beautiful in our modern society and then triggers the touching of human soul and yearning for a better society When new babies come to this world in their views the society is beautiful As the growth of the age they gradually realized another side of our society If they saw the world was white the darkness of the society was what they saw after they brought up In Sherman Alexies book War Dances he uses several stories to expose some major darkness of our modern society which we might see on every day As long as observe these problems can be seen everywhere in our daily life Many beautiful things I have seen difficultly in our modern society even though our society is peaceful and stable Through reading his book I realized that it reveal the un-beautiful thing in our society and then trigger us to touch the depth of human soul and yearn for the better The conflict and estrangement within the family seem like a gap between Eastern and Western culture cannot be filled to become one high wall that stand in front of the modern people For instance people gradually ignored their parents caused too many senior people living far away from their children or long time not see their own children Perhaps these people have some reasons to speak for themselves however dont forget those senior people are raising us growing up they cost too much for us Come back home often dont wait to go to regret that all cannot be redeemed Just like Mona said in Salt Oh they were here for the funeral but they went away 203 It is too late to regret when that time arrived Moreover the family members for a long time without communication can also lead to the family estrangement In The Senators Son a Republican senator has put all his
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