Everyday Use questions

Everyday Use - QUESTIONS ALICE WALKER"EVERYDAY USE BLOOMSBURG UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH SPRING 2008 20.201(04 COMPOSITION 2 Ferdâ Asya

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QUESTIONS: ALICE WALKER, "EVERYDAY USE" BLOOMSBURG UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH SPRING 2008 20.201 (04) COMPOSITION 2 Ferdâ Asya QUESTIONS ALICE WALKER (B. 1944) "EVERYDAY USE" (1973) 1. What details in the story reveal the historical period in which the story set? 2. What is the basic theme of this story? 3. What are some other (universal) themes that you can find in the story? 4. Read the first paragraph. What additional meaning does it take on when you know what happens in the rest of the story? 5. What is the conflict in this story? 6. How are Dee and Maggie different? 7. After whom was Dee named? 8. What explains Dee’s decision to rename herself Wangero? 9. Why does Dee take photographs? 10. How do the values of the quilt change for Dee and what do they mean to Maggie and the narrator? 11. From whose point of view is the story told? What does the story gain from this point of view - instead of, say, from the point of view of Dee (Wangero)? 12. What does the narrator tell us about herself? Which details are most memorable, and what do
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2008 for the course 20 201 taught by Professor Asya during the Spring '08 term at Bloomsburg.

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Everyday Use - QUESTIONS ALICE WALKER"EVERYDAY USE BLOOMSBURG UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH SPRING 2008 20.201(04 COMPOSITION 2 Ferdâ Asya

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