Analysis Of Joyas Voladoras

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In Brian Doyle’s article, “Joyas Voladoras”, Doyle feels comfortable enough to speak for the audience, implying that we have all grown up thinking the same, which helps convey his thesis of the inevitable outcome of the heart. He states that individuals, as children, often tend to believe that there will be another person that will help nourish and sustain them as they grow older, but continues to say that as we grow older, we come to an understanding that this way of thinking is nothing but a delusion. Doyle says that, in a sense, that no matter the abundance of people there are in one’s life, one will know that they will leave this world alone with numerous experiences. In the last paragraph of the article, it begins by saying that humans

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