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Steve Wright Jan 12th 2000 Prof Crew Tore Between Two Lifestyles I recently read the essay Double Identity by Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston The essay discussed the way that the authors life was as she grew up She discusses how she had to live two separate lives do to the strict family rules and also the influence society had on a young mind Houston wrote the essay in narrative form The title fit the essay well It describes how Houston felt when she was growing up Since she had to live practically two separate live do to her strict family rules Houston did have double Identities One identity was used when she was around her family The type of family she lived in was a traditional Japanese family When she was around them she acted very much like a women that was in raised in Japan similar to her mother She was timid not very outspoken and respected the men of the house greatly The other identity was used around her young Caucasian friends When she was around them she was outspoken and not as timid Later in her life she began having problems with her husband She also had problems deciding how she should raise her children I enjoyed the way Houston described her family and her identities I felt that through a description of those characters you could determine a feel for them From what she told of her brother how the taught her how to ride a bike and drive a car and they also took her to her first dance and how they told her to watch out for the Caucasian boys and that all they want is sex you could they that they were very loving to her and protective of her When she describes her father and his strict ways you can see that he was a good man that wanted the best for his family He as
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