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d moving through various places during a life, so their understanding of the “home” were formed without a long belonging to one village or a town. Both of them agree that nowadays it is not something uncommon to change places of living, especially in America. Sanders even considers that the mobility is the particular national characteristic of Americans, whose “Promised Land has always been over the next ridge or at the end of the trail, never under [their] feet” (173). Ford, explaining his numerous relocations, asserts that he is “just an ordinary fish aswim in a confluence of swirling currents” (183). Yet, both of them admit that in spite of all inner and outer voices urging people to seek new territories for life, in spite of the famous American slogan “Stand still – and you die”, the “staying put" by Sanders (173) or "to feel enfolding" by Ford (183) is of a great importance for them.
For Sanders the key valuable meaning of home is the taking root in a place, in a specific physical location, rather than in ideas or in memory, as it is suggested by Salman Rushdie regarding to explaining of the migrant sensibility. Sanders argues that the most of the abuses, which has happened in the history of America, were caused by actions of “people who root themselves in ideas rather than places “(Sanders 173). And, on the contrary, when people become inhabitants, local residents instead of migrants, they are more committed to the place, they want and like to learn and care for their places, to “pay enough heed and respect to where we are” (Sanders 174). Sanders gives a bright example of such commitment to the place, describing the Millers family, who underwent three tornado, which heavily destroyed the family’s house, but each time after the tornado, the Millers stayed on the same place and rebuilt their house anew. Sanders supposes such behaviour, “staying put” (172), can serve as an evidence of a third human instinct, as a response onto
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