Review the Strategy Question for Organizing your argument essay in Chapter 4, and then write a 1000 word response to the primary question in Chapter Activity # 4 at the end of Chapter 8: How do family traditions and cultural legacies contribute to and/or inhibit an individual's self-identity?
The Book is Reading Literature and Writing Argument by Missy James and Alan P. Merickel fifth Edition
Chapter 4 (page 60)
Chapter 8 (page 485)
#4 Question: How do family traditions and cultural legacies contribute to and/or inhibit an individual's self-identity? What do you know about your family history? How is this history shared, and how is it valued among individual family members? Beyond its literal meaning, what are the broader implications of the cliche "keeping the family name alive"? Or has this cliche outlived its validity? A number of readings in this chapter address an aspect of family tradition/cultural heritage and individual identity and fulfillment--for example, Walker's "Everyday Use," Heaney's "Digging," Rich's "Delta,"Kelley's "The People in Me,"Walker's Lineage." Drawing on evidence from several readings and your own experience and observations, write a claim of value argument about an aspect of family heritage and individual identity.
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