The uncaring, cool individual we see in is clearly different then past Dee I think I've proven she's a deeper character then most give her credit for. Its main idea is the attachment between each character to the past and to their family.
Unflappable, not easily intimidated, and brimming with confidence, Dee comes across as arrogant and insensitive, and Mama sees even her admirable qualities as extreme and annoying.
Dee says she is reclaiming her heritage, but she has actually rejected it more violently than ever before. Implicitly, we can conclude that the heritage was meant to be recognition of Angela to her husband.
I mean, she just seems completely obsessed with her job inwhich is a coping mechanism for some, and sometimes seems completely out of it like when Maya's trying to say hello to her on the third day investigation.
Alice Walker's short story, "Everyday Use," contains the idea of family and of the mind, therefore her work can be evaluated through psychological methods.
I am here to contest that there are deeper motivations to her then that. The use of components to equal a whole is often exercised in literature.
Both characters show a willingness to face the obstacles and challenges that come with bringing two hearts together, after those hearts have been broken before. This novel, in addition to her short story collections and other novels, continue to touch the emotions of a vast audience.
So long as you are alive, your case is doubtful; you have a right only to their skepticism. I mean, considering the fact that the death was covered up, there was no reason for Hammer's career to just fall from the stars down to just being a minor actor.