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    Mothers and daughters have good bonds with each other, but some of them end up in conflicts. This is a part of a life skill between mothers and daughters. The relationship with the two must create boundaries to help improve their relationship. The mothers’ job is to manage their daughters and help them fix the problems, such as break-ups with boyfriends or help with their schoolwork. The daughters’ job is to obey their mothers’ rules and follow their guidelines. Mothers and daughters can be a secret from their bigamist husbands. The main problem about the relationship is that daughters’ that can get away with something that their mothers cannot find out. The two stories, which are about the mother-daughter relationships, are Tayari Jones’s…

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    Rappaccini's Daughter

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    Though there are countless interpretations of the short story “Rappaccini's Daughter” by Nathaniel Hawthorne, the most predominant is the parallelism to the Garden of Eden found in the Old Testament of the Bible. For example, the main character, Signor Giacomo Rappaccini, tends a beautiful garden full of lustrous colorful plants, much like God is the creator of the Garden of Eden. Similar to the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil, the center of the garden contains a magnificent plant covered…

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    ‘Two Kinds’ is portrayal of difficulties in mother-daughter relationships in San Francisco’s China-town. The focus of the story is the often troublesome but unavoidable “interval between mothers who were born in China before the communist revolution and thus have been cut off from their native culture for decades, and their American-born daughters who must find a way to work through the twin burdens of their Chinese ancestry and American expectations for success”. While the protagonist and…

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    write the personality of the character in “Rappaccini’s daughter”. The story happened in a small and limit space with only 4 major characters; in the story, Hawthorn constructs Rappaccini, Beatrice, Giovanni and Baglioni with many different Romantic traits. Innocence, the concern for hidden truth, the inexplicable, and the love of nature makes Nathaniel Hawthorne's “Rappaccini's Daughter” Romantic literature. Dr. Rappaccini, a genius doctor with the crazy dedication of science trapped…

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    today’s society family relationships are very important factors to how we as humans develop. However one of the most important relationships for a daughter is the one between her and her mother. In the past this relationship was more so to prime and prep the daughter to grow up and become a proper woman and mother. This can be seen in the short story “Girl” by Jamaica Kincaid’s where the mother is literally teaching and molding the girl the way the mother thinks a women should be, and the…

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    How a Mother sees her Daughters’ In “Everyday Use” by Alice Walker, Walker shows how a mother sees differences in her daughter’s characters. The mother has two daughters that she sees very differently. One daughter looks down on the way they live and how they lived, and the other is shy and kind. Walker shows that in relationships between a mother and two daughters can be challenging with the changes that happens when one leaves home and the other stays and grows up at home. The different ways…

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    Alexander Pushkin’s The Captain’s Daughter is a coming of age narrative. Throughout the work, Pushkin illustrates many familial relationships surrounding the protagonist, Petr Andreevich Grinev. These relationships Pushkin creates in The Captain’s Daughter are beyond Petr’s mother and father, stretching into non-biological relationships that mimic the growth-fostering environments and experiences of the nuclear family. When considering Petr’s migration to Fort Belogorsk, these non-biological…

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    Is My Son Gifted

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    First off, one of the standards that aren’t always seen equal is intelligence. For instance, some parents tend to think that their sons are smarter than their daughters are. They believe that their sons will exceed educationally more than their daughters. For example, in the New York Times they states that “Parents are two and a half times more likely to ask “Is my son gifted?” than “Is my daughter gifted?” However, in reality, girls are about 11 percent more likely to be in a gifted program…

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    RAISING DAUGHTERS James E. Faust once said, “To be a good father and mother requires that the parents defer many of their own needs and desires in favor of the needs of their children. As a consequence of this sacrifice, conscientious parents develop a nobility of character and learn to put into practice the selfless truths taught by the Savior Himself”. Faust speaks on how in his eyes, parents should try to be less enthralled in their children’s lives in order to be “good”. The preceding…

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    for death. Kent doesn’t die because his passing would not teach Lear the lesson he needs to be faced with as the death of an advisor is far less impactful than the death of a family member. The question that remains is what the relevance of Kent’s banishment could possibly be, and the answer to as much is that his banishment is the catalyst itself. Kent’s attempt to overturn Lear’s judgment is the latter’s last chance to save himself and his daughter. Kent says it quite plainly himself, telling…

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