English 1 Margaret and Miss Glory Peer Review

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Aaron Feingold
Professor T
English 1
28 January 2019
My Name is Margret
There are ways used to enrich writing that includes metaphors, direct quotes or just
creating an impressive flow of ideas. In Angelou story, the text informs us that white employer,
Mrs. Culligan, does not see black employees, Margaret, and Miss Glory, as her social equals.
Margaret admires Mrs. Culligan glassware in its cabinet and states, "There were goblets,
Sherbets glasses, ice cream glasses, wire glasses, green coffee cups with matching saucers and
water glasses. I had a glass to drink from, and it sat with Miss Glory's on a separate shelf from
others." (172). the glassware symbolizes difference in social status between the employer and the
employee.
The employer Mrs. Culligan believes that there ought to be a real difference between her
and the employees. It is correct to imagine that the glasses have been used metaphorically to
represent intentional discrimination. The glasses are all in the same cabinet; however, the
employees who are black, have their glasses separated from the rest. Mrs. Culligan wants us to
believe that she belongs to a distinctly separate social status and has nothing in common with the
black employees, Margaret, and Miss Glory.
It is though not clear whether the difference emanates from the color difference (racial) or
social status. With concern to racial disparity, it is evident Mrs. Culligan does not want to share
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any glasses with black workers. The glasses have been used to express separateness with nothing
uniting. The strict placement of employees' glasses in a separate, distinct area demonstrates that
Mrs. Culligan is motivated to keep the social distance with her employees Margaret and Miss
Glory. The employee and employer are different.
In summary, the metaphorical use of glasses exposes prejudices that society still hold
practiced openly but hashed from discussions. From the quote, “There were goblets, Sherbets
glasses, ice cream glasses, wire glasses, green coffee cups with matching saucers and water
glasses. I had a glass to drink from, and it sat with Miss Glory’s on a separate shelf from
others.” (172). The glassware symbolizes difference in social status between the employer and
the employee. The employer has separated herself socially and physically through her actions. 

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Feingold!1 Aaron Feingold Professor T English 1 28 January 2019 My Name is Margret There are ways used to enrich writing that includes metaphors, direct quotes or just creating an impressive flow of ideas. In Angelou story, the text informs us that white employer, Mrs. Culligan, does not see black employees, Margaret, and Miss Glory, as her social equals. Margaret admires Mrs. Culligan glassware in its cabinet and states, "There were goblets, Sherbets glasses, ice cream glasses, wire glasses, green coffee cups with matching saucers and water glasses. I had a glass to drink from, and it sat with Miss Glory's on a separate shelf from others." (172). the glassware symbolizes difference in social status between the employer and the employee. The employer Mrs. Culligan believes that there ought to be a real difference between her and the employees. It is correct to imagine that the glasses have been used metaphorically to represent intentional discrimination. The glasses are all in the same cabinet; however, the employees who are black, have their glasses separated from the rest. Mrs. Culligan wants us to believe that she belongs to a distinctly separate social status and has nothing in common with the black employees, Margaret, and Miss Glory. It is though not clear whether the difference emanates from the color difference (racial) or social status. With concern to racial disparity, it is evident Mrs. Culligan does not want to share Feingold!2 any glasses with black workers. The glasses have been used to express separateness with nothing uniting. The strict placement of employees' glasses in a separate, distinct area demonstrates that Mrs. Culligan is motivated to keep the social distance with her employees Margaret and Miss Glory. The employee and employer are different. In summary, the metaphorical use of glasses exposes prejudices that society still hold practiced openly but hashed from discussions. From the quote, “There were goblets, Sherbets glasses, ice cream glasses, wire glasses, green coffee cups with matching saucers and water glasses. I had a glass to drink from, and it sat with Miss Glory’s on a separate shelf from others.” (172). The glassware symbolizes difference in social status between the employer and the employee. The employer has separated herself socially and physically through her actions. ...
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Aaron Feingold
Professor T
English 1
28 January 2019
My Name is Margret
The use of metaphors, direct quotes or just creating an impressive flow of ideas
can be held as some of the known ways used to enrich writing. Based on the Angelou story, the
text depicts the aspect of social inequality. For example, Mrs. Culligan the white employer does
not see Margaret, and Miss Glory black employees, as her social equal. Margaret admires Mrs.
Culligan’s glassware in its cabinet and aff...

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Tutor went the extra mile to help me with this essay. Citations were a bit shaky but I appreciated how well he handled APA styles and how ok he was to change them even though I didnt specify. Got a B+ which is believable and acceptable.

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