Compare And Contrast A Worn Path And Still I Rise

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Eudora Welty’s “A Worn Path” written in third person and Maya Angelou’s “Still I Rise” written in first person are two different works of literature. Though they may be two different works of genre and literature; they are very similar in many different aspects of the theme, as for example they both share the same theme and a gripping way to capture the audience. Eudora Welty 's "A Worn Path" is the account of Phoenix Jackson; cheerful, decided voyage. Conquering each hindrance and diversion in her way, she continues on her journey, keeping in mind the end goal to finish her goal. Correspondingly, Maya Angelou 's "Still I Rise" recounts the account of quality and strength amid affliction. In addition, “A Worn Path” and “Still I Rise” has many differences, as for example; culturally, Maya Angelou is able to make the reader feel closer to her poem because it is through her eyes and as an …show more content…
Lastly, the imagery portrays confidence and a will to always rise up, when put down.
In conclusion, Eudora Welty’s “A Worn Path: and Maya Angelou 's “Still I Rise” are two different works of literature but are very similar in many different aspects of the theme, as for example they both share the same theme and a gripping way to capture the audience. The setting in “A Worn Path” helped proved that we can always find a way to overcome an obstacle no matter your age. Furthermore, Maya Angelou 's “Still I Rise” helped us to see her allegorical setting and what it symbolized.
In addition, the characters in both works helped us to connect with them, In Eudora Welty’s “A Worn Path” the character Phoenix Jackson showed us, that even at a hundred years old, she still can overcome anything. Moreover, in the poem”Still I Rise” Maya Angelou, allowed us to emotionally connect with her because, for many people it helped us see the poem as a metaphor rooted in

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