Only Daughter By Cisneros Essay

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Accordingly with the essays we have read up to this point in this semester. The comparing and contrasting between the essays; “Summer Rituals” and “Only Daughter” are a great example of how families are important to people’s lives by sharing experiences in a way that evokes positive feelings and by keeping them all together in order to become even stronger.
In the story “Only Daughter”, Cisneros is the only daughter of a hard-working, Mexican-American family of six sons, fact which force her to spend a lot of time by herself. Her father believes that she is destined to be a good housewife, and college is good because it will help her find a goodhusband, but what Cisneros really wants is to become a writer. Ten years after writing professionally,
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An example of Bradbury using diction to evoke certain feelings in the reader can be seeing in paragraph 2 where he lists off family names such as “Uncle Bert, perhaps Grandfather, then Father, and some of the cousins”. He used this in order to add a close family aspect to the text.
The thesis is the daily rituals that the family members would do during the summer. The thesis interprets on the subject by explaining what they do and how they treat or act towards one another. The writer develops his ideas by using description. He uses these methods of development to explain what they do. Readers, teenagers, or adults can relate to this story because Ray Bradbury is very descriptive in his story which helps the readers relate to it.
Both stories reflect the importance of family in one way or another. Family time is a crucial factor that helps to create bonds, love, connections, and relationship among the family members. To sum up, I believe that everything we do revolves around the

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