Heinel Dialectical Journal

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Although Heinel is king over all golden mountain; he still thinks of his father. This part of the story represents to me that sometimes you have to leave the past behind. His wife warns him that it wasn’t a good idea and says not to wish her or their child to see his farther. As Heinel arrives back to his old home the story says, “The guards would not let him go in, because he was so strangely clad. “ In other words, he was too different, he wasn’t like the rest of the people in the town. He was no longer Heinel to his homeland; he was an outsider. Heinel had changed so much that his own father had not recognized him. Heinel had carried on and wished for his wife and child to be there. This is truly the first choice Heinel makes on his own

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