The American Dream.
People from around the world have struggled to reach America and a chance at their dreams. The "American Dream" is the hopeful expectation and a promise to immigrants as well as native-born Americans, that with hard work they can build a prosperous and comfortable future. "For some it is a vision of material property, for others an ideal of social justice. Some see it as a living reality, others as a promise still to be fulfilled." This apparent quote from the critical lens relates to many works of literature, including The Crucible by Arthur Miller and Langston Hughes' poems, "Let…
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