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Homeland by R.A. Salvatore

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Grayson Kelley

on 31 January 2014

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Transcript of Homeland by R.A. Salvatore

"This was drow society in all its macabre play, and while it seemed ultimately wrong in the heart of the youngest member of House Do'Urden, Drizzt could not deny the excitement of the night. Nor could Drizzt deny the expressions of obvious pleasure stamped upon the faces of the three who shared the balcony with him.." This quote describes Drizzt Do'Urden watching hundreds of drow being massacred by a rival house.
In Homeland, the main characters race is known for death and destruction, and he must break away from this bias to live his life how he feels is right
Hands by Glen Thompson
Hands of all nations
stretching to pull one another together
pushing and lifting
the weight of hatred and greed.

Hands, hands of all colours
clasping each other in vain
trying to pull together
what's left of the world

and suddenly ...

The hands are broken
each finger broken
by the hammer of greed and power
and of hatred and blood
and slowly the world breaks up,
pieces float to nowhere

The hands are gone
Homeland by R.A. Salvatore
I identified with this book because breaking away from racial stereotypes is a big issue all around the world. This short film demonstrates how prejudice and racism have deadly consequences
Breaking away from stereotypes
The problem with the world today is that we live in a world were people are judged solely on their appearance. Dr. Asa Don Brown describes this problem perfectly when she said, "Children, youth, and adults struggle with the concept of being true unto themselves. We live in a society plagued with ideological stereotypes, pigeonholing, typecasting, conventionalizing, categorizing, labeling, and imaging."
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