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Annalysis on the three stories.

The three have stories indeed some similarity and differences. Although the characters in the three texts have different cognitive traits, they all seem to be related to race and how reality differ from each other depending on your background and race. In the first text, the author wanted to elaborate how race can awake insecurity due to society's radar. However, they are different at the same time since the second is talking about date girls based on their race. Unlike the third text which is about inequality of living conditions that people go through because of their social range. Even though "everyday use" and "Lesson" are both emphasizing inequality in social, "Lesson" merge in the political aspect the subject while "Everyday use" is far more moderate. Unlike the last text, which focuses more on the behavioral analysis in social.

DMU Timestamp: November 27, 2019 01:26

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