Dee has her own idea about heritage as she was very angry with the unfair history in her family, which made her change her name. Dee believed that the name she chose represents her black heritage. I never get to talk to nobody. How this reveals the theme is that she cannot talk about her dreams and hopes with others, both because of her lack of freedom to talk to others and also because of her her current experience with gender discrimination as a woman, which causes her to be lonely.
It expresses the reality of the lynching of the African American community in a way that is very easy to understand. Alice Walker uses vibrant details to bring to light the severity of the problem and what people of that time period went through. The story also showcases a deeper meaning that does not necessarily revolve around lynchings but represents the loss. In both short stories, the female protagonist has a defining experience that changes the way they view the world or themselves. While both of these stories. Thanks to my lack of interest in reading, sitting down are reading a full story has become a difficult task. The stories that captivate my attention and hook me in have to be full of action, mythical creatures, and relatable characters.
Please join StudyMode to read the full document. Stories about youth and the transition from that stage of life into adulthood form a very solidly populated segment of literature. Each of these boys faces a different element of youth that requires a fundamental shift in their attitudes. The narrator of "Araby," struggles with the mistaken belief that the world can be easily categorized and kept within only one limited framework of thought.
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