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What is Tan’s strategy behind including a direct quotation from her mother (paragraph 6) rather
than paraphrasing what she said?

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    Why does anyone, whether when writing a story or a research paper, use a direct quotation rather than a paraphrase or summary?

    THINK about why people do that; then post what YOU THINK.

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    What is Tan’s strategy in including a direct quotation from her mother (para. 6) rather than paraphrasing what she said?

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