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Category > Essay writing Posted 28 Jul 2017 My Price 14.00

Howdoes Walker define heritage?

ReadAlice Walker’s "Everyday Use" and answer the questions below that aregeared toward helping you understand her narrative point of view and purpose.Offer specific support from the text. You are encouraged to complete a firstdraft of the assignment then revise your work.

Submitthe assignment to the Dropbox no laterthan Sunday 11:59 PM EST/EDT. (The Dropbox is linked to Turnitin.)

  1. Whatdo you know about the mother of the story?

  1. Whenwe have a first-person narrator, we have to decide if she is reliable orunreliable. Do you trust this narrator? Why or why not?

  1. Whatassumptions does the narrator have about her daughters? Do you agree? Why?

  1. Howwould the story be different if it were told from Dee/Wangero’s perspective?

  1. Mamaand Dee/Wangero have different ideas about personal development. What are they?What are the consequences of their differences?

  1. Basedon your answers to all of the above, offer your opinion of Mama’s decision togive the quilt to Maggie.

  1. Howdoes Walker define heritage?

  1. Whatis Walker’s purpose? What is the central problem she is addressing?

  1. Whatis the theme of “Everyday Use?”

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Status NEW Posted 28 Jul 2017 05:07 PM My Price 14.00

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