Elie Wiesel's The Feast-Personal Narrative

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The Feast The dictionary definition of the word utopia means an imagined place or state of things in which everything is perfect. It represents a paradise. It is fair to say that every one of us has our own utopia. Whether it is a place where we do not have any essays to write or a place where there is an infinite number of essays to be written is entirely up to you. Each of our utopias have a different feel, smell, taste, sound, and look. My utopia is a place where it is Thanksgiving everyday. What it looks like, the smell, and the taste are the most noticeable about my utopia. My utopia looks very busy. There is food being prepared by a lot of people that takes time, dedication, and hard work to make. Looking delicious is something all…show more content…
Turkey has a smell like none other and will easily be the first thing you devour. Smelling the sweet aroma of butter and melted marshmallows, the sweet potatoes make your mouth water. The most important part of the meal, desert, it what smells the best. The freshly baked pies have been sitting there the entire meal with their deliciousness wafting through the room. The entire house smells exquisite. Now is the moment that you have been waiting for your entire life. Tempting you no longer, you can now eat the food. The turkey is all you ever dreamed of. It is tender and warm and juicy all at the same time. When you move on to the potatoes they are even creamier than they look. After everything is said and done you still haven’t eaten the pumpkin pie. My sister Kara finally passes you a piece of pie. You then stuff yourself full of it and only feel satisfaction. It feels like you have never tasted pie before and it is wonderful. Waiting to eat is worth it. Your utopia could be exactly the same as mine or completely different. Maybe you don’t even like to look at the food or smell the sweet potatoes. A utopia shows how every one of us is unique. It describes us. It is a place to daydream about when you need a break from something. That is what makes a utopia

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