Parents-Children Conflicts in the Stories
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...Amy Tan, “Woman Hollering Creek” by Sandra Cisneros, “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” by Joyce Carol Oates, and “Everyday Use” by Alice Walker written on different plots and contexts tend to deal with a common of parents-child relationship that parents are restrictive as well as conservative, while their children are more liberal and often erroneous in their decisions because of their lack of experience about the reality of life. In all these stories the parents are, either explicitly or implicitly, oppose one or a number of their children’s decisions, either from a conservative or a calculative point of view... Parents-Children Conflicts in the Stories All the stories, “Half and Half” by Amy ...