Students name Instructors name Course Date A family is the basic social unit that exists in society whereby individuals are connected to one another by blood- inferring that they share an ancestry. In its basic form a family consists the parents and the children whereas in its complex form a family consists the parents the children and the members of the extended family. Through families individuals have been able to identify themselves as well as have access to those people who are readily available to provide guidance love and care. More precisely children families have played a crucial role in their development; not only have they facilitated their identification but they have also played a key role in guiding them caring for them and loving them. It is not only the children who have gained from families but also their parents; parents have gained a sense of pride by word “mother” as well as through the kind of English that the mother used to speak alongside the kind of course that the people of their lineage used to pursue. Conclusively both the short stories the topic of family is well expressed despite the fact that how it is presented differs. Readers are able to identify the authors and their families based on what they used to do what they used to speak as well as who they associated with. The names “father” “mother” used in Once more to the Lake by E.B White and Mother tongue by Amy Tan respectively are enough to prove the theme of family! works cited Tan Amy. "Mother Tongue by Amy Tan." The World Is a Text: The Writing Reading and Thinking about Culture and Its Contexts (2005): 261. White Elwyn Brooks. "Once More to the Lake." published in Harper's magazine in (1941). [...]
Due date is 25 march 9pm (Pacific time) Please follow directions. Links to stories will be provided. They are short stories Write a well-developed essay from our readings in Back to the Lake, where you compare and contrast TWO texts around the topic of 'family'. Your paper must have 4 total quotes. You must site at least twice from each story. Pick one quote from each story and put them in a paragraph to compare (show how they are the same), and pick a different quote from each story and put them in another paragraph to contrast (show how they are different). In order to properly incorporate quotes into your paper, you MUST use the Quote Sandwich (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. method. Adhere to all MLA formatting and include a Works Cited page. Paper length is 3-4 pages.