Analysis Of The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas By Ursula Le Guin

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Having goals is something that allows people to strive for what they desire in life. Many like to believe what is possible and by doing so, they will conquer whatever they put their mind to. It does not matter what others want in the world when it comes to someone else’s life. In “The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas” by Ursula Le Guin, Le Guin allows the readers to imagine that everything they do is up to them and not many people should be able to have a say in what they desire most in life. Le Guin says, “Or they could have none of that; it doesn 't matter. As you like it” (2). Someone can come up with anything they would like, they do not have to follow everyone else. It is up to the person to decide what they want in life as long as they know

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