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Thee three stories are interesting because are about inequality and race. The Lesson is a story about a Ms. Moore who want to teach the children about the socioeconomic issues happening in America. “ Everyday Use” is about the inequalities between two sisters. Dee the sister who got what she wants and Maggie who is covered in scars because a fire accident. In the story the mother tells the story and talks about how she sees both of them. Also, how upset she feels about Dee. How to Date a Brown Girl” is about a guy that give some references of what to do or not when you date a girl. Through the story he explain how different has being for him to date girls that are from different race.

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abdallah sevede (Feb 06 2020 3:39PM) : Your introduction more

I really your introduction it gives a little background about the three stories.

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abdallah sevede (Feb 06 2020 3:40PM) : My critique more

I think although your essay is very nice, it will be good to go and see what the professor asked for.

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abdallah sevede (Feb 06 2020 3:41PM) : literary elements more

I don’t see the two other literary elements.

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Celines Zamora (Jan 27 2020 5:55PM) : I like the way you start and the similarities that have the three storoes
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Student Issaka Dabre (Feb 26 2020 9:57PM) : Starting point more

The staring is your analysis tells us right away what you will be talking about. Which I think is great because it helps giude the reader.

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Celines Zamora (Jan 27 2020 5:52PM) : I think you need to a cause of a fire accident and not "because a fire accident"
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The setting of the three stories described that are pretty similar. Everyday Use is set It looks like the three stories took place in The United States because of the diversity of races that they talk about. Also like they happened around the same time “The Lesson” is a short story that is set in Harlem, New York in the 1960’s. “Everyday Use is a story that took place in a rural zone during the 1970’s. “ How to date a Brown Girl '' is about describing dating girls from different races and he lives in New Jersey.

The setting of the three stories described are pretty similar. It looks like the three stories took place in The United States because of the diversity of races that they talk about. Also like they happened around the same time “The Lesson” is a short story that is set in Harlem, New York in the 1960’s. “Everyday Use is a story that took place in a rural zone during the 1970’s. “ How to date a Brown Girl '' is about describing dating girls from different races and he lives in New Jersey.

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Student Issaka Dabre (Feb 26 2020 10:01PM) : Sitting more

I like you way you talked about how these kind of stories are wrote due because of the sitting. USA had a pretty rough inequality background, so takling about the sitting helps the reader comprehend more the stories

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DMU Timestamp: November 27, 2019 01:26

Added February 04, 2020 at 12:08pm by Abigail Zamora
Title: Wording change

The text below is the previous wording for paragraph 2 (click to return there).

The setting of the three stories described that are pretty similar. Everyday Use is set

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DMU Timestamp: February 03, 2020 23:30

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