Day-to-day Use by Alice Walker
In the history 'Everyday Use', by Alice Walker, the value of ones traditions and history are understood to be a part of existence that should not be thought about as record but as a full time income existence from the past. Master writes from the conflict among two Dark cultures. Dee and Margaret are siblings whom do not share precisely the same ideals. Mom is split between two children with different views of what life really means. In the story, Walker describes the trial and tribulations of one daughter in whose whole life can be tormented by fear, failure and weakness; as the other "has held lifestyle always in the palm of just one hand"(61) and moves to a better lifestyle. The possessions of the past is going to ultimately change the relationships for the future.
"Maggie will be nervous until after her sister goes: she will stand hopelessly in corners, homely and ashamed of the burn up scars straight down her legs and arms, eying her sister having a mixture of envy and awe. "(61) She actually is afraid of getting weak and unable to task her joy with the lifestyle she has picked. Maggie attempts to remain peaceful and set aside during the check out of her sister. The difference of their life-style interpretations can be one of simple to extravagant. Unlike different young women, Maggie is constantly on the live in an un-educated community where joy is formed inside the heart, not with possessions.
Dee, (Wangero) is known as a self? concentrated young female who? handles? to arrive for a go to. Unlike Margaret, she is not really living her cu...