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    There are two main types of conflict in literature. One is an internal conflict, or a decision that one has to make. The other is an external conflict, which is with an outside force. The two...

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    Ayah’s final chant is ironic because it speaks of being held by the earth and protected by the sky, even though neither situation applies any longer to Ayah and Chato. It is clear that Ayah has...

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    The central character in the story is Ayah, and she is obviously more sympathetic than her husband, Chato. Ayah is strong, and she endures despite all the adversities she has experienced. Somehow...

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    The oldest child of Ayah and Chato was Jimmie. Jimmie had gotten some education, and he helped his father when he was a boy, working to keep the fences of the rancher mended. When he grew up he...

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    Life for Ayah and her husband Chato has been endless hardship. The economic basis of their meager life has been Chato’s work, keeping the fences repaired on the property of a local rancher and...

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    "Lullaby" is an arresting and immensely sad story about the passing of life and also the passing of the old ways of life of the Yeibechei, or Navajo Indians. The major character, Ayah, has accepted...

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    There are a couple different issues you could use. This is a short story about traditions and change, and it's a story about death and loss. Ayah's children are taken from her, and when they do...

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