2. Considering the story “Only Daughter.” In what sense do the number and gender of a sibling explain everything about who they are today? According to the story “Only Daughter” the number and gender motivated her to strive harder and harder in all her endeavors. In the story she said, “But that aloneness, that loneliness, was good for a would-be writer— it allowed me time to think, to imagine, read and prepare myself.”
3. In “Words Left Unspoken,” how does the author’s grandfather fit the traditional stereotype of a grandfather and how does he not fit this stereotype? The grandfather fit the traditional stereotype of a grandfather because he was spending time and playing with his grandkids. He does not fit this stereotype because he were doing thing to cause his grandkids to leave from the table.
4. Who in your family connects you to your cultural heritage and how is it done? Have you been away from a place for a while and when you returned it somehow felt or seemed different? In what ways? My grandfather, because he have experienced a long life then I. He has also been involved in slavery, wars, and great depressions. Yes, I been away from a place for a while and when I returned it somehow felt or seemed different because when I left that environment and went another one I got adapt to the new environment. When I came back to the old environment it seemed different because I was no longer adapting to that environment.
5. In “Two Ways to Belong to America” do you think Mukherjee respects her sister’s decision? From your perspective, which sister has made the right choice? Yes, the sister that made the right choice is Bharati. Mira wanted to remain an Indian, and Bharati wanted to become an American. Bharait knew staying in another country and you are not an immigrant from