Compare and contrast alienation in "A Worn Path" and "In Another Country"
<Tab/>Phoenix Jackson and the narrator of "In Another Country" have different views on life and they both have different personal responses to alienation. Phoenix believes in herself because she knows her grandson needs her. The narrator in "In Another Country" believes in himself because he has nobody else that will. Two different societies cause their alienation and they both respond in different ways. Their responses to their alienation develop the major themes of the two stories.
<Tab/>Phoenix's alienation is caused by her race and the narrator's alienation…
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