This essay is about the connotations of the words "house" and "home"
What would you call the structure you live in? Would it be a house, or a home? While the words "house" and "home" possess similar definitions and can be used interchangeably-- after all both do provide some sort of shelter or protection- they embody very different connotations, and their usage evokes different emotional responses.
A home does not have to be a building, or even something physical. The song, My Old Kentucky Home by Stephen Foster, makes it clear a home is not just a dwelling, but rather the place one grows up, and always remembers, perhaps more positively than is warranted.…
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