lit expression - Steven Kaplan Prof. Conti ENCC-102-NP Two...

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Steven Kaplan Prof. Conti ENCC-102-NP Two Old Women Analysis “Two Old Women” is written by Velma Wallis. It is written in third person. It is an Alaskan legend that takes place in early Alaskan times. It is the legend of Sa and Chidyazaak, two old women who overcome betrayal and showed tremendous courage in doing so. The story has been passed done through many generations and no one knows if it is true or not. It’s a drama that has people at the edge of their seat the entire book because no one know if they are going to survive or not. The women demonstrated that a purpose filled life was possible with hard work and determination. After being betrayed, the two women had to find a way to get meaning and purpose back into their lives. Their determination to survive was fueled by the People leaving them behind to die and wanting to prove them wrong. Wallis states “Two weak old women stood no chance against such a rule.” The old women were mad and disgusted at the people. The women now had
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