Homeownership In Gwendolyn Brooks's Home

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People come to the Unites States in hopes of achieving the American Dream. A significant part of this dream is based on homeownership. In the story “Home” by Gwendolyn Brooks homeownership is important to the characters. The family is trying to save their home from foreclosure. The characters take home ownership seriously, they want something that is theirs. Although, the house is not the newest or nicest, it has been lived in. It is where they have laid their roots down. The characters in the story “Home” and the people in the article have a lot in common. They both go through hard times, but in “Home,” they are able to get their home back, while in the article Tonya Adair is not able to; she is forced into selling her home, where she raised

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