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For example, when Dee says something offending the reader feels offended too, because it is as if Dee is speaking to the reader. Also, by making the story told by Mama it gives an entirely different meaning then it would if it had been told from Dee’s perspective. Dee would be telling the reader that they should hang up, or put on display all their heirlooms, and never touch them. Finally, she would tach the reader that heritage is less about the people, and more about the illusion of heritage the items create. So having Mama tell the story with her own thoughts make the message more sincere and
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We don’t deserve being thought of as less worthy of a decent salary, just because we’re women”. This message echoes Kruger’s work as it shows how society is stuck in the past just like the image of the woman in Your body is a battleground, the text in Mind the Gap seems very outdated