"Everyday Use" by Alice Walker, I found that
I had a surprising amount of anger towards the character named Dee, or
as she prefers Wangero.I feel she was selfish, uneducated and unappreciative of
her past and that the way she carried herself was ridiculous. Right from
the beginning of my readings you are introduced to a character named
Dee, before you ever get the opportunity to warm up to her character,
she shows a very selfish characteristic and that trait is repeatedly
brought out in the story
okay let me answer you
i think on a deeper level, Alice Walker is exploring the concept of heritage as it applies to African-Americans.
“Everyday Use”: that the cultivation and maintenance of its heritage are necessary to each social group’s self-identification, but that also this process, in order to succeed, to be real, must be part of people’s use every day. After all, what is culture but what is home to us, just as Mrs. Johnson’s yard is home to her.
that's my understanding and the far i can rxplain it hope it will be of help
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