my work - Kathleen Morgan Dr Stone English 206 THROUGHOUT...

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Kathleen Morgan Dr. Stone English 206 April 10, 2008 THROUGHOUT GENERATIONS, TRADITIONS ARE CARRIED ON AND CONTINUED GIVEN OBVIOUS CHANGES IN TIME. HOWEVER, AS TIME PROGRESSES, PEOPLE AND IDEAS START CHANGING AND EVOLVING. IN WHITE TEETH , AUTHOR ZADIE SMITH EXPLAINS THE DIFFERENCES IN GENERATIONS IN THE JONESES AND IQBAL FAMILIES. IRIE, MILLAT, AND MAGID ARE THE SECOND GENERATION CHILDREN THAT ENCOUNTER EXPERIENCES WHICH ENABLE CHANGE. IN THE NOVEL, CHANGE IS DESCRIBED AS STRAYING AWAY FROM ONE’S ROOTS AND TAKING NEW ROUTES. GILROY SAYS THAT MIGRANTS HAVE AN IMAGE OF THEIR ROOTS, WHETHER GOOD OR BAD. HE ALSO SAYS THAT BEING AN MIGRANT GIVES THEM VAST OPPORTUNITIES TO EXPERIENCE GREAT NEW THINGS. IRIE’S CHANGE IS ONE THAT IS UNFAMILIAR TO HER FAMILY, BUT SHE WANTS TO EXPERIENCE NEW ROUTES. Irie has a vision about a time with no roots (436-437). Archie, Samad, Aslana, Clara, and Irie are at the convention for the revealing of the FutureMouse project. Millat is present with the organization KEVIN and is struggling with their alternate plans of
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