[SOLUTION] Syrian Refugees
Please write a 5+ page essay that considers some of the following questions. What does it mean to be Syrian? How do Syrian Refugees understand their identity as Syrian even after exile? How do they cope with what happened in Syria? To answer these questions, please choose one or two related themes. Track the theme through We Crossed A Bridge, from the first third, second third and last third of the text. What is different between the older generation and the newer generation? How does hope quickly turn into despair and hopelessness? Is there a solution for Syria? How do these refugees even begin to lead normal lives? Themes for We Crossed A Bridge fear/intimidation fear of the unknown dehumanization vs value of life dignity rebellion/protest corruption/Big Brother/censorship wealth/poverty/controlling class system youth vs. older generation social media conformity vs. solidarity nationalism/pride of the people martyrdom for the greater good intellectual pursuits loss of privacy/secrecy suppression of thoughts family nepotism change vs status quo Structure: Paragraph 1: Thesis Paragraph that presents the main argument and the theme. Same structure for thesis paragraph as Jenin Essay. Paragraph 2: Background on Syrian history paragraph. Use the original text book (Engel) to provide background on Assads regime, the 2011 uprisings, the aftermath, the rise of ISIS, US/Russian involvement, etc Paragraphs 3 and 4: Examine the theme you chose for the first section of the book Paragraphs 5 and 6: Examine the theme or related theme for the second third of the book Paragraphs 7 and 8: Examine the theme or related theme for the last third of the book Conclusion: How do these refugees begin to rebuild their lives? How do they remain Syrian? How do they cope with the trauma? What does it mean for them to tell their stories this way? What is the authors purpose in providing these narratives? What does she hope the world will hear/see/understand?
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