Our topic is on how people in this world will step over other people to get what they want
.Whether it is morally right or wrong. In the Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz, the main character Duddy is a ruthless manipulator who will stop at nothing to pursue his dreams. Other than his own family, he walked over any person in his path to achieve his goals. Most people would look at this as a very shrewed way of living and find it morally incorrect.
On the other hand, you may hate the way Duddy worked, but you have to respect a man with such strong ambiton and drive to become The Man. From the time when Duddy's grandfather _______ told him that a man without land is nobody, Duddy did whatever it took to fulfill his grandfathers words of wisdom.
- Today in Canadian society, look at a businessman such as Peter Pocklington, the former owner of the Edmonton Oilers in the National Hockey League. Pocklington had the greatest player to ever play the game, Wayne Gretzky, and the entire country had fallen in love with him. After years of winning championships, Pocklington sold Gretzky to the Los Angeles for a large amount of money. In the process he broke all of the Canadian fans' hearts for his personal greed. It was very selfish and his motives are still being questioned for that trade today.
- Yeah but, Pocklington was only looking out for number 1, which was himself and his family. He had such a lucrative asset and decided to sell Gretzky at the peak of his value. Everybody who achieves greatness in sporst eventually loses it with the coming of age. Pocklington knew this, took advantage of the situation, and sold his asset very high like any smart business man would. It may have looked like Pocklington screwed over the Canadian fans, but he was only doing what most people in his position would do.
- The thing with Duddy Kravitz is that he screwed over people by taking advantage of the fact that minors can not be sued in Canada, he defrauded stamp...
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