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Sonny Blues and Everyday Use
not just Sonny who uses the blues to a Critical Approach to Barn Burning express himself. They enter the narrators apartment in a run-down housing project and sit down to dinner. Graces death, an act firmly beyond the narrators control, allows him to finally connect with his estranged brother and, ultimately, through his brothers music, to be saved.
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Of the three short stories "The Lesson by Toni Cade Bambara, "Sonny's Blues by James Baldwin, and "Everyday Use by Alice Walker, the character who seems as if he or she will be successful by overcoming obstacles in her way is Sylvia. Both blues and jazz are important African American musical forms and as such are appropriate to the storys focus on community. Used interface : Installed external aspi interface. AMG, personnel: Joe Turner (vocals pee Wee Crayton (guitar sonny Stitt (alto tenor saxophones). Suffering is, as Sonny explains to his america and the Incorporation of the Bill of Rights brother, inescapable. Soon afterward he packs up his records and disappears, having joined the military. Where "her people" have come from is a personal insult she refuses to ackowledgeshe hates everything that has conspired in the past to subjugate the black race. Feeling compassion, the narrator hands him five dollars. Sonny attempts to explain his passion for music, but the narrator is unable to listen, thinking jazz music is beneath his brother. Sonny, who has been arrested for selling heroin. The narrator cannot be redeemed until he reconnects with his family and with his wider heritage; aspiring to assimilate into white systems of control has not alleviated his suffering.