下面為大家整理一篇優秀的essay代寫范文，題目為The Reality vs the Innocence，文章講述人們都愿意建立一個沒有階級的完美世界，但是在莉莉安娜·海克（Liliana Heker）的故事“被盜的黨”中，我們要提醒我們的是，現實世界的界限很細，并且界限將上層階級與下層階級區分開。富人或上層階級永遠不會平等地對待下層階級或窮人。另一方面，窮人總是試圖有意識地以各種方式保護自己免受上層階級的傷害。也許只有年幼的孩子不了解規則并試圖打破規則，但最終，他們將像故事中的女孩Rosaura一樣，吸取教訓并屈服于現實。
The Reality vs the Innocence
People are all willing to a perfect world where there is no class, but in the story “The Stolen Party” by Liliana Heker, we are reminded that the real world has a thin line and that line separates the upper class from the lower class. The rich, or the upper class, never treat the lower class, or the poor, equally. On the other hand, the poor always try to protect themselves in various ways from the upper class consciously. Maybe only the young children don’t know the rules and try to break the rules, but finally they will learn a lesson and submit to the reality, just like the girl Rosaura in the story.
In the story, Luciana and Sefiora Ines are typical characters of the upper class. Rosaura and her mother represent the lower class. Rosaura was happy to receive the invitation of a party from Luciana. However, Rosaura’s mother stated that she didn’t want her daughter to go to the party, although Rosaura thought she was a friend of Luciana. Rosaura’s mother tried to explain to her daughter the reason why she didn’t agree, but Rosaura was only nine years old and “the smartest in her class”, she would not hear a word from her mother. With no doubt, Rosaura went to the party and behaved well at the party. However, she was brought back to reality when Sefiora Ines only gave her and her mother money instead of the small gifts. Rosaura felt very sad and painful, but that was the reality and it could not be possible for her to struggle to overcome the class status, as she was born into with the many factors against her. As “The Stolen Party” reveals, the gap between the rich and poor exists and it is insurmountable, even in our real life
Although sometimes the upper class may treat the lower class well, but in fact in the mind of the upper class the lower class will still be lower class. In the story, Rosaura behaved well during the party, and Luciana, Sefiora Ines and boys all liked her. “When they split into two teams to play charades all the boys wanted her for their side.” However, when the party ended, the fat boy and the girl received the small gifts from Sefiora Ines, Rosaura only received the money. This suggested that although people liked Rosaura in the party and treated her well, they still thought she was just a daughter of a maid, she was at lower class. In our real life, there are situations like this. For example, in an office building, there are many big bosses, who are very rich and powerful. There are also many “lower class” people, such as the cleaner, the security guard. Sometimes, some arrogant bosses will be rude to the cleaner or the guard just because of some little mistakes they have made, or just because the bosses are not happy. Though it is not an obvious situation like the story of “The Stolen Party”, it is a reflection of the gap between the rich and poor.
People of innocence will submit to reality at last. According to the story “The Stolen Party”, the author Heker demonstrates that one’s experience inevitably lead to a loss of innocence. Before the party, Rosaura is an innocent and naïve girl, for the reason that she doesn’t know the limitations of her social class. By the end of the party, however, the innocent Rosaura is shattered when she sees the difference that exists as a result of her social class. As a matter of fact, innocence is a precious gift that we all have at some point. For instance, we all grow to adult from young children. As little kids, we all think everything is wonderful and beautiful, there is no unfair thing in the world, just like Rosaura. We can make friends with children either richer than us or poorer than us. But when we grow up, we may gradually look down upon the friends who are poorer than us and admire those friends who are richer than us. Our innocence is going to disappear, we will concentrate more on the reality.
The lower class people are always intended to serve the upper class people. In the story “The Stolen Party”, we can conclude from several details that the author shows this point through symbolism between Rosaura and the monkey. Although Rosaura doesn’t t realize it, she and the monkey are being used for the same basic purpose at Luciana s birthday party. At the party, the monkey is there only to entertain the upper class children whether it wants to or not. Rosaura, the magician and the monkey are there for the same basic reason which is to serve the upper class children by serving them when they need something. When being compared to a monkey at the party, Rosaura is very similar to it when dealing with social classes. The monkey is separated by a cage which it cannot break through, and all it can do is follow the orders given to it by the magician. Rosaura is also separated from the other children at the party by the barriers of social classes. The monkey is separated by a cage which it cannot break through, and all it can do is follow the orders given to it by the magician. Rosaura is also separated from the other children at the party by the barriers of social classes. Even though Rosaura thinks she is just a friend there she is only considered a servant by everyone else. This is one of the main points that separates her from the rest of the children at the party. This relates Rosaura to the monkey because the monkey also has to obey the magician s orders the same way she obeys the mother’s orders. An example of Rosaura being separated from the higher class children at the party is when Senora Ines had said, “You yes, but not the others, they’re much too boisterous, they might break something”. In the story only Rosaura is allowed into the kitchen which shows how she is being treated differently because of her social class. Even in our daily life, some rich people are accustomed to letting some poorer people to serve for themselves. For instance, a rich friend of mine usually asks a poor friend of mine to do things for him, such as buying tickets, booking hotels and dinners, etc.
In the modern life, the gap between the upper class and the lower class will still exist. Although we may not think it fair, but if the reality world exist for one day, the gap will exist for one day. The innocence was born with everyone at first, but gradually as we grow up, the experience will help us to submit to the reality and say goodbye to innocence. Just as the story “The Stolen Party” suggests, innocence and reality are both for everyone to face so that we will live a life.