On pages 241 - 242 of Breaking Night, Liz Murray writes about how she survived being homeless. "My friends fed me, or sometimes I panhandled just enough money to get a plate of fries drenched in mozzarella cheese and gravy at Tony's diner.... But when there was no one to reach to, I'd shoplift at C-Town, stealing whatever I could get my hands on." According to Joanna Walters in The Guardian , "[Liz Murray] doesn't want her appearance now and her Harvard degree to fool anyone: 'I was one of those people on the streets you walk away from.'" In a 500 - 750 word essay, examine and describe stereotypes or common perceptions of homeless people. To what extent does Murray's story and achievement help to dispel or reinforce the stereotypes?