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Unformatted text preview: to use the quilt, and make another one when it wears out. Dee doesn’t understand this, because she sees her ancestry as some old, forgotten, cute tradition. She doesn’t truly understand it, she believes she is better than her old heritage and has moved on from it, while Maggie and her mother choose to stay with their family’s old ways and live in it. Her mother made the right choice by choosing to give the quilt to Maggie. Dee does not see eye to eye with her and wouldn’t treat the quilt the way she would want to see see it treat. Dee appreciates the quilt, but in and old, forgotten, demeaning way....
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- Fall '10
- Everyday Use, Maggie, Dee