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In your analysis please take note of how point of view, character, setting, theme and symbol combine to create layers of meaning in the text.

Assignment:
Please address the following prompt: A fear of social change drives the intergenerational tensions present in the short stories weve read thus far. Focus on one of the stories and asses what, in your opinion, the author seeks to communicate by drawing these distinctions. You should also take into account the major theme that each story addressesimmigration in No Name Women, post-coloniality in Years End and race in Everything that Rises

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In your analysis please take note of how point of view, character, setting, theme and symbol combine to create layers of meaning in the text. When performing literary analysis, please consider biographical information and historical context as part of your evaluation a story or topic.Useful Verbs when writing about literaturedenotes, connotes, signifies, emblematizes, expresses, insinuates, implies, suggests, represents, symbolizes, communicates, intimates, explains, alludes
No outside sources
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Please put the 3 stories in the essay as much as possible I put the names and URL of the readings

No Name Woman by Maxine Hong Kinston :https://www.sevanoland.com/uploads/1/1/8/0/118081022/nonamewomankingston__1_.pdf

Years End by Jhumpa Lahiri https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2007/12/24/years-end

Everything that Rises Must Converge by Flannery OConnor https://thomasaquinas.edu/pdfs/alumni/everything-that-rises.pdf