Education In Alice Walker's Everyday Use

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It was Education that separated Dee from her family, but it has also detached Dee from a true sense of inner self. With arrogant ideals and educational opportunities, one can loss the sense of heritage, family, and self. These feelings can only be provided by family. What was problematic is the story was that Dee has no admiration for anything around her but herself. This resulted in the alimentation from her family and ancestral roots. In contrast to that Maggie knows no other world but the one she basically came from. Maggie was not that much educated, and she could hardly read, but she adopted things, which were been taught her and she accepted the conditions of her protected life without any question. Maggie has disadvantaged her own self-fulfillment.
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