Describe Dee and Maggie in "Everyday Use."

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In Walker's "Everyday Use," Dee, by the time she visits Maggie and her mother, is an urban black woman and represents blacks who moved to cultural centers and became well-educated and articulate.

Maggie is rural, and represents traditional, rural black culture.  Maggie's mother is similar to Maggie. 

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