House of the Scorpion Essay

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House of the Scorpion essay
Everyone in the world is different and some people are discriminated against because of those differences. Imagine being a normal person that doesn’t have any real physical differences but is hated because of a few numbers tattooed to ones foot. It sure would make life frustrating and make it difficult to succeed because of obstacles created by hate from others. In the book, The House of the Scorpion, Matt shows he gets through life’s struggles and grows up when he accepts his identity, makes his own choices and gets through his problems with Maria.
First, Matt grows up by accepting his identity. In this book Matt faces a bunch of problems that have to deal with him being a clone. Everybody besides a select
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When Matt finally saw Maria for the first time in years Maria forgave him. He showed maturity by not saying he didn’t do it because he knew that would just create more problems in their relationship. After all their problems Maria became Matt’s best friend and one of his strongest allies.
By the end of the book Matt has grown up and gotten past many obstacles. He has accepted his identity, made his own choices and created strong relationships. But he has yet to have overcome the greatest obstacle, turning Opium into a beautiful, peaceful place. This will not be a problem for him because through all his struggles Matt has matured into a smart, independent, young adult.House of the Scorpion essay
Everyone in the world is different and some people are discriminated against because of those differences. Imagine being a normal person that doesn’t have any real physical differences but is hated because of a few numbers tattooed to ones foot. It sure would make life frustrating and make it difficult to succeed because of obstacles created by hate from others. In the book, The House of the Scorpion, Matt shows he gets through life’s struggles and grows up when he accepts his identity, makes his own choices and gets through his problems with Maria.
First, Matt grows up by accepting his identity. In this book Matt faces a bunch of problems that have to deal with him being a clone. Everybody besides a select few, discriminate against him for
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