Monthly Archives: April 2011

“The Search for Marvin Gardens”

In “The Search for Marvin Gardens” we learn that the narrator is playing monopoly as the story starts out with the narrator rolling the dices and moving the right amount of spaces. The readers learns through the narrator’s constant flashbacks … Continue reading

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“Everyday Use”

Every body has family. The problem is that some people are proud of their ancestors and their lifestyle while others aren’t. The short fiction story “Everyday Use” by Alice Walker main characters are the mother, Maggie, and Dee. The reader … Continue reading

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