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Title: "Everyday use" by Alice Walker

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Subject: English
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Date: March 22, 2015
Level: University
Grade: B
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Mrs. Johnson does not understand why would Dee want to change a name that has been passed down through generations. Mrs. Johnson points out to her daughter that she was not named after the oppressor, but named after her aunt, who was named after her grandmother. Dee does not pay much attention to her mother's clarification of why the name Dee is significant to the generations of the Johnson's women...

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Dee does not pay much attention to her mother's clarification of why the name Dee is significant to the generations of the Johnson's women. Unlike Dee, Mrs. Johnson grasps and understands the significance of the name. Dee has taken on an African name; however, it does not symbolize anything related to her family's heritage...

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