Essays on Connection

Connection Through Care

Carl Chang explores the significance of familial love through care and support. Who do we care about the most? It might be that one friend we grew up with, it might be our dog that excitedly wags their tail whenever they see us, or it might be that sports team we won the championship with....
910 Words 2 Pages

Social Media And The Human Connection

In George Orwell’s dystopian novel, 1984, the totalitarian government seeks to eliminate the idea of human trust and connection. The Party outlaws romantic and physical attraction between a man and woman, and the constant limitations they place on citizens of Oceania renders it nearly impossible for people to interact. Such limitations include telescreens and hidden...
996 Words 2 Pages

Longing For A Connection

Humans are born with natural survival instincts, such as the need for water, food, and shelter. Although these factors are needed to survive humans also need additional factors to value the will to survive such as companionship and personal connections. In Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, first published in 1818, Dr. Victor Frankenstein tells his story about...
1181 Words 3 Pages
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