What are the hurricanes in “Every Little Hurricane” and what is their significance?
The hurricanes are violent or tragic acts that Victor experiences. His uncles fighting is a hurricane. The treatment of Indians in the United States is a hurricane. His parents’ alcoholism is a hurricane for him and a way his parents deal with their own personal hurricanes. The hurricane acts as a symbol of the turmoil that has become a natural part of Victor’s life. Just as hurricanes sweep through regularly, the violence, pain, and tragedy in Victor’s life also comes through with regularity.
Who are the narrators in “A Drug Called Tradition”?
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