The Theme Of Dignity In Walter Lee's 'A'

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Ruthie Eldridge 04.27.2012 English- Period 8 Essay: C A man’s precious treasure is his pride and dignity. Born upon this cold world, full of rejection and disappointment, it is all that he has to hold on to. There was once a saying that, it doesn’t matter if you lose the fight, as long as you didn’t back down to the battle. Many people are judgmental on whether you lose, but they don’t analyze the road you took to earn your respect, and your determination to stand strong, even when others expect you to fall. Therefore, standing up for what you believe in will always be more acceptable than selling out. Dignity stems from experience of struggle and growth to get to a certain place in your life. The character, Walter Lee Younger in “A
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