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Kiswana Browne is definitely a heroine who will always lie behind young generations indifferent to their colour or the epoch they represent She is certainly the rebellion free spirit that characterizes the young and comes to a deep contrast with the past Thus the generation gap has always been and will always be a contemporary topic for discussion Lets take our story from the beginning so as to explain Kiswanas revolution against her parents beliefs as well as the ethics of our society To start with Kiswana is still afraid of her mother despite the fact that she has left her house and rejected her parents way of life This is well emphasized with the sentence Oh God its Mama page 218 She still feels the guilt that all the kids have when they do something against their will or want to hide a beloved secret Secondly Kiswana emphasizes her choice to live her own life with the poor derelict area she decides to settle down was living in a building seething with dope factories and hang-outs for derelicts nothing would have made her believe that practically every apartment contained a family a Bible and a dreammemory page 219 In the above paragraph there are many details about the slum area of the city where poverty is the leader Yet these outsiders of no financial means still have dreams of another better world with values that will escape one day Furthermore there are many elements in the conversation between mother and daughter that emphasize the contrast with her parents rich surroundings and beliefs At least you have a halfway decent view - its the boulevard Honey did you know hinder Hills from here page 220 Look I know its not hinder Hillsit page 221 In
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