They sing “Home, Sweet Home” in ragtime; they carry their lares et penates in a bandbox; their vine is entwined about a picture hat; a rubber plant is their fig tree.      去书内

  • This detailed description makes the people who do not have a settled home more lively to us readers。It is great.

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  • The author use a few words to tell the readers about the life style of these homeless people vividly.This sentence makes the atmosphere more active and bright.

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  • The writer tells us the story's backgroud vividly and impressively by using this great parallelism

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  • though they lived hard, they enjoyed themselves

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  • Ragtime is a style of music originate from America.

    Lares are the spirits which protect our families.

    Vine and Fig are names of trees.

    Entwining is a movement by which someone or something have its body surround sth.

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  • how sweet the line is

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  • Life is hard but they are optimistic about it. To be specific, they get accustomed to this peripatepic situation.

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  • their life is very turbulent.They sing "Home, Sweet Home”just to comfort themselves.

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  • There is an allusion to the Bible."Judah and Israel dwelt safely,every man under his vine and under his fig tree,from Dan even to Beersheba,all the days of Solomon."

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  • Read it at midnight, and I suddenly feel a kind of sorrow rolling in my heart. Homeless, they have a hundred homes, and they are sweet homes. Maybe true, I believe it in some way.

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