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Since I started remember society is not fair even though they make us believed it.I think is important to know what happen in our society how people are treated differently. The main idea of the three stories Everyday Use, The Lesson and How To Dates ...would make a good set for further study because they have many similarities. But the main idea that captivate my attention is all of the stories the characters are people of color whom faced a lot of struggles and they life is very miserable. They characters have a lack of knowledge of the world and they are traditional. All of the stories talked about family and how what is the relationship they share in the story.

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Leticia Zang (Jan 21 2020 3:29PM) : I really appreciate the way you showed the different between the three stories and how you demonstrated what literately element that those authors.
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Housseynatou Diallo (Jan 26 2020 4:23PM) : I like this part because you showed how the three stories are connected. in one sentence.
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Eros Montero (Jan 30 2020 3:27PM) : Perspective more

How you see the issue in society is just so relate to situations that happen constantly nowadays

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Everyday Use one of the protagonist is very shine and she did not belive her self because she was burned and think she is less beautiful her sister. The differences characters are sister and they are not closed because Maggie think they are different.

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The same as in the story How To Date…. In this Story also the main character is spanish who did not have confidence on his self he thing he can date a girl so he asked an advise from someone. This story really taught me about different girls based on their race. Therefore it’s helped a lot of teneger to know how they should be with girl and what they should do. The differences the narrator used his advised to put the kid in trouble by telling him how he should beharved with his girls friend.

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Housseynatou Diallo (Jan 26 2020 4:26PM) : I like how you used the word "confidence" to show how the protagonist was not sure who to pick between those girls.
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Eros Montero (Jan 30 2020 3:31PM) : Showing more

The character’s desires are shown in your perspective which let me know that you really pay attention to detail

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For the Lesson they were about to give up about their future and their teacher took them to the beautiful city to show them what they will gain if they worked hard and take seriously their education and also what they would lose. She is really generous because trying to help black kids. Therefore the most unfavorite people is the black community. So this mostly due to the racial and the privilege of white people. The differences the characters did not have a chance to have a better education and used inappropriate words to express them self.

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Leticia Zang (Jan 21 2020 3:32PM) : I also like the way you brought up your ideas and what lesson those three stories taught.
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Eros Montero (Jan 30 2020 3:33PM) : Understanding more

your understanding and deepness into the stories make this a great piece to read

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Housseynatou Diallo (Jan 26 2020 4:33PM) : sometimes helping people who do not want to be helped is difficult. However, when they realize the importance of being helped they will take is a better way.
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The main point here is that three stories is that all of them talked about struggles about the characters and uneducated they are very traditional.

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Housseynatou Diallo (Jan 28 2020 3:48PM) : This is awesome because you showed the main idea of the three stories.
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Leticia Zang (Jan 21 2020 3:31PM) : I think you missed some literately element that show the different and similarities between those three stories so far.
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Leticia Zang (Jan 21 2020 3:34PM) : I think you have to compare your three stories and use another literately elements that will help to show the different and similarities.
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