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Everyday Use is a short story written by Alice Walker Walker did a wonderful job illustrating her characters There are all types of characters in this short story from round to static Her use of simple symbolism prompts the reader to take a deeper look into the story Walkers humble way of conveying the theme makes the reader take a second look at him or herself Walker did an excellent job in writing this story so she could warn people of what might happen if they do not live properly Every possible type of character is displayed in this short story Dee starts out the story as a stereotypical light-skinned black person Feeling as though she was better than everyone else was because her waist was small skin was light a nice grade of hair and she was somewhat educated Dee was in a hurry to get out of the country and never come back She wrote to her mother saying no matter where we choose to live she will manage to come see us But she will never bring her friends Walker 63 letting everyone know that she thought she was too good to continue to take part in her heritage Maggie was portrayed as a flat character The reader is not told much about her and she never changes throughout the whole story The mother would be the static character She is seen as an older women set in her ways from life experiences and from what she had been taught growing up black in the south She made up her mind that the two family quilts would go to Maggie and she did not give it a second thought Dee is also the dynamic character round She is dynamic when she returns home to the country She had previously said she would not bring any of her friends home but when she gets there she is accompanied by a gentleman Other aspects
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