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SURNAME 1NameInstitutionCourseDateComparing Between “Broken Chain” and “Fish Cheeks”Both Broken Chain film and Fish Cheeks narrative address a common theme which isbelonging. In the Broken Chain film, the author wanted to show his audience that people need toappreciate other people around them. The author uses Alfonso who is the main character andwho want his teeth to remain the way they are. On the other hand, the author of Fish Cheeksfocuses on people loving their culture. The author in this narrative uses Amy Tan who would liketo change her physical appearance to impress a minister’s son.In both pieces of arts, Amy and Alfonso wanted to change their looks so that they couldappealing to the people around them. Amy did not like her nose and wanted to have an Americannose as she disliked the fact that she looked like a Chinese. On the other hand, Alfonso wantedhis teeth because they did not look as beautiful as he wanted them to. Their heart desires were to

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