Who Am I?

The search for identity

Allan Milne Lees

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Shortly after we are born, we are given a name. For most people, this name (or at least some portion of it) remains with them for the rest of their lives and can have an influence on how others perceive them. In countries that have tribes or castes, affiliation with a particular social strata also becomes inextricably connected to how others perceive them. The socio-economic status of the person’s parents…

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Allan Milne Lees

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