Look at a Teacup is an essay written by the feminist writer of America , Patricia Hampl . This essay is written in the narrative style which narrates the history of feminism in America . The two major themes of this essay are the relationship between mother and her daughter (the author) and the connection between the past and the present . Both of these themes are represented by the teacup. The essay also shows how a simple writing helps in finding out great events. It is about the history of writer’s mother in a delicate teacup. The two major themes of this essay are relationship between a mother and her daughter and a connection between the past generation and present generation. Both these things are represented by a teacup. In this essay, there are two different stories. The first story is the essayist’s mother’s story. The second story in this essay is the story of the Second World War which also started in 1939. The mother married in 1939 during the beginning
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