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Readers can know that Esch is narcissistic because of the fact that she leaves all the task of finding food for the family to her brothers and does not help in any way. The meals that they always take, which mostly consist of wild squirrels and stolen bread, are always a courtesy of her brothers’ hard work (Ward 89). This is something that would not have happened if she was not narcissistic. Her altruistic side is seen during the hurricane period. Despite the fact that she knew that her brothers were in a better position to stand for themselves during the period of the catastrophic hurricane, she made sure that they stood together for each other and that they go through it together. As a result of their sticking together they manage to go through the hurricane without any one of them losing their life.
Judging one’s personality is always a very big challenge. This is because most of the time people will tend to focus on the positive aspects of their characters while ignoring the negative aspects of their characters. In my own opinion, I would say that I am a blend of both altruistic and narcissistic.
There are a number of reasons that I believe that I am altruistic. I am the oldest in a family of three. My siblings are by far younger than me. In fact, the oldest of my two siblings is eleven years younger than me. Growing up, my parents has always guided me and insisted on the importance of me being there for my younger siblings. Personally, I have always felt responsible for my younger siblings. Sometimes when my parents go for journeys they always leave me with them and I have always had the conviction that their safety and well being is my responsibilities during such times. It got to a level that I would not have to be given a reminder on the same. This kind of life experience has helped me in interacting with people and to always think of other people too and not only me. I
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