Why should I be my aunt,or me, or anyone? (75-76)
She questions all these ideas. She's basically asking, what is identity made up of?
What similarities—boots, hands, the family voiceI felt in my throat, or eventhe National Geographicand those awful hanging breasts—held us all togetheror made us all just one? (77-83)
She asks more questions. What connects all the people in the world? What
holds humanity together? What makes us individuals? She doesn't have
answers, but she's sure got some interesting questions.