We Beat The Street Analysis

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It’s What’s On The Inside That Counts. Tupac Shakur once articulated that, “Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is what dies inside while still alive. Never surrender”. In the memoir, We Beat The Streets, by authors Dr. Rameck Hunt, Dr. Sampson Davis and Dr. George W. Jenkins, the authors put their interpretation on the versed lesson of perseverance; nevertheless, the difficulties one encounters should not affect the person one becomes. We Beat the Street is based on the adolescent years of three young men growing up in poverty and how against all odds the authors refused to succumb to the stereotypes surrounding them. As readers venture through the text, they will be able to imagine the daily obstacles and hardships that the three authors were compelled to withstand, collectively and individually. The three authors Dr. Rameck Hunt, Dr. Sampson Davis and Dr. George W. Jenkins were wrote We Beat the Street to show that they achieved success their dreams as a result of having perseverance.…show more content…
However, after his grandmother gave him the money she reveals to him, “She got demons that eat at her soul” implying she couldn't trust Dr.Hunt’s Mother as a result of his mother being on drugs. Dr.Hunt instructs the reader that even if a person of influence and esteem, like a mother, cannot motivate, than the motivation must come from within. Additionally, Dr.Hunt teaches the audience that one decides, one’s own fate, regardless of how other people preform. While Dr. Hunt focuses on personal motivation, Dr.Davis explains how to deal with discouraging situations in

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