Two Daughters in Everyday UsePaper Rating: Word Count: 320 Approx Pages: 1
In most cases, when two children are raised by the same person they grow up with a lot of the same interests and ideas. Maggie and Dee are two sister who have little to nothing in common. In Alice Walker's "Everyday Use, ┬Ł they differ in appearance, personality, and their beliefs about family values.
Maggie the younger of the two sisters is a shy timid girl with not much self esteem. She is not that attractive, a thin awkward girl. She carries hers... Continue Reading