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Unformatted text preview: family look just like herself. They also share differences in their perspectives and roles of the African culture. Dee only see the surface value of the heritage because of her superficial view. Maggie knew how to sew a quilt and had a deeper understanding of the African history and culture. The mother on the other hand, had a profound understanding of the quilts heritage value and the history of Africa. Maggie and her mother dont want to change their lifestyle and be ready to accept that. However, Dee works very hard and she wants to make her dream true. The reasons make Maggie and her mother relationship closer (still working on it) Through the differences and similarities of these three women, we can learn that ones culture and heritage must be learnt and fully understood....
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