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True Meanings Of Names In Excerpt From Bean Trees And The Dead

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What are the true meanings of names? Some people believe that names are just something they get or something that is a special meaning to them. Although parents or guardians name their child, some tend to name their child with a unique reason. "Bean Trees, " "My Name, " "What’s in a Name?,"and "The Dead." Are four stories that represent the valid reasons or special reasons that are inside a name. These unique factors make a person’s name affect not only how they feel about themselves but also how they choose to live. One justifiable meaning of a name is the fact that it changes a person's self esteem.For example, in "Excerpt from Beans Trees" by Barabara Kingsolver, the main character shows emotion on how she wanted to change ,and in the

In this essay, the author

  • Explains that some people believe that names are just something they get or something that is a special meaning to them.
  • Analyzes the meaning of a name in the story "excerpt from beans trees" by barbara kingsolver and "my name" from the house on mango street.
  • Analyzes the meaning of a name in sandra cisneros' "my name" and nancy flanagan's "what’s in a name?"
  • Concludes that names have many different meanings, but it mostly changes a person's name that affects not only how they feel about themselves but also their choice to live.
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