Personal Narrative Essays

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America as the Other: Alteration of Nations, Loyalties and Identities

In Chu-chueh Cheng’s article, “Cosmopolitan Alterity: America as the Mutual Alien of Britain and Japan in Kazuo Ishiguro’s Novels,’ she argues that Kazuo Ishiguro portrays America as the other in his novels through his narrators’ or protagonists’ observations of surroundings and their own personal feelings. Cheng successfully uses three of Ishiguro’s novels, A Pale View […]

Pages: 9 Words: 2649 Topics: English Language, Human Communication, Indigenous People, Language, Narration, Novel, Personal Narrative

Revising my Personal Narrative

   I understood what I missed. It lacked of focusing on portraying my medical condition’s causes and development. While understanding, I found I never gave a comprehension of family ancestry and how my sickness had come to fruition. I broadly expounded on my voyage of how I was analyzed at the emergency room, and my […]

Pages: 3 Words: 925 Topics: Cognition, Personal Narrative, Public Health
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African Americans a Personal Narrative

  In reviewing my family lineage on ancestry.com I looked at the occupation of my ancestors and I can see that my mother and father’s generation is the first generation in my family to pursue jobs that require a 4 year college education. In reviewing obituaries, birth certificates, and other census type records I see […]

Pages: 8 Words: 2250 Topics: Discrimination, Global Politics, Personal Narrative, Race, Slavery, United States

Correct Spelling of Narrative Paper

Throughout many generations, stories have told and passed down. Their purpose was to entertain and teach people about life. Writing a personal narrative is one of the many forms of storytelling and was effective in reaching our message to our audience. When choosing our story, my group came up with the idea to tell a […]

Pages: 2 Words: 523 Topics: Communication, Mass Media, Personal Narrative, Storytelling

Diabetes Disease and its Consequences

I recollect the time I saw the heart monitor at the hospital beep for the longest time ever. There lay my great uncle, silent and motionless: now free from all his critical ailings. I can still firmly recall how my heart ached and head spun. I couldn’t wrap my head around this tragedy. My family […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1303 Topics: Diabetes, Disease, Personal Narrative

Harsh Education in my Family’s Poverty

During my time growing up it was difficult to have a comfortable life because of the extreme poverty that my family was in. I remember not long ago my family was among the wealthiest of families in the region. My father owned several pieces of land that were dedicated in the production of opium, a […]

Pages: 3 Words: 943 Topics: Father, Fiction, Love, Personal Narrative, Poverty

Living with a Stigma: Unwanted Child

Living in silence was hard because of the black circles underneath my eyes. Every dark, difficult, and demanding day of my life someone would walk up to me and say “You don’t sleep, right?” Put into an uncomfortable position, my immediate answer would always be, “Yeah, I don’t,” a lie that was easy for me […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2201 Topics: Human Nature, Leadership, Personal Narrative, Positive Psychology, Stress

Mother’s Influence on my Future Life

Growing up I’ve always wanted to be an entrepreneur. I have always wanted to own my own brand and just expand it globally and become well known. I was 100 percent confident that it was going to happen but as I got older I realized how much I liked technology and how it changed my […]

Pages: 3 Words: 987 Topics: Human Nature, Mother, Personal Narrative

Preserving Ones Identity: an in Depth Look at Olaudah Equiano’s Narrative

Equiano explicitly explains the life he once lived, and the life that he lives after the middle passage. Equiano was one of the thousands of men, women, and children stolen and sold as slaves in the western world. In the text, he is a subtle and explicit narrator with regards to recounting the hardships he […]

Pages: 8 Words: 2416 Topics: Baptism, Personal Narrative, Slavery

The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass

  His life and the details of it are seen to many as a representation of what it meant to be a slave in America. To many his narrative was influential and inspiring as it was not a commonality for slaves to become free in the way that Douglass did, most were born and died […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1812 Topics: Freedom Of Religion, Personal Narrative, Slavery

A Family Story about the Life of a Judge

Hon. Justice Adolphus Godwin Karibi-Whyte was one of the foremost judicial titans ever to tread the Nigerian judicial universe. Justice Adolphus Godwin Karibi-Whyte was born in a small town called Abonnema on January 29th 1931, he was the first son of about three boys and seven girls, he was the only son of his mother, […]

Pages: 3 Words: 803 Topics: Judge, Judiciary, Nigeria, Personal Narrative, Supreme Court
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