Analysis Of Dreaming By Monica Zucker

773 words - 4 pages

Analysis of Dreaming by Monica Zucker

Dreaming, by Monica Zucker, is a sardonic look at how a racist sees a
perfect world. We see that assimilation is very important in
maintaining this 'ideal' world; the perfect nation will, in theory, be
made up of carbon copy people. These people will be Christian,
Anglo-Saxon, and heterosexual. Note is made that there should be no
tolerance for people who have trouble with personal finances
(homelessness) and nor should there be any questioning of the thoughts
of the majority (or those in power). Through Dreaming, we see the
world through the eyes of a chauvinist.

This song provides insight into what an insipid ...view middle of the document...

In reality we know that the varying complexities of
different individuals help the world function as a whole far more

Dreaming is a song that can certainly get people thinking about what
the world might be like, should the world carry those beliefs. It may
also get people thinking about what the world was like not too long
ago. If you heard this song on the radio, you would probably be
outraged (assuming you did not know it was satirical), but if you
agreed with it, maybe that's not such a bad thing either. Those with
these views that conflict with the norm often offer us time to reflect
and consider how wonderful it really is that we live in a world that
(for the most part) accepts people regardless of any of the factors
listed in Dreaming.

M.R. Hargreaves

When Jesus walked the Earth, he brought teachings of how we should
treat any individual equally, regardless of any discriminating
factors. The Discrimination highlights the point that twenty centuries
later, we still haven't figured out His words. Not that 'we' includes
everyone - it certainly does not. 'We' refers to those people who are

The Discrimination sings the sad tune of people who have sought to rid
the world of discrimination, sometimes with their lives, yet prejudice
still lives....

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