Address the following in a written essay: Discuss the role names and naming play

Address the following in a written essay:
Discuss the role names and naming plays in “A Pair of Tickets.” You may look at the character names, the names of places, or the naming of items (some in Chinese while others in English) in your response. If you desire, you may compare the importance of names in this piece to Kawabata’s “The Grasshopper and the Bell Cricket” from our previous reading.
Make an argument regarding the true reason Jing-Mei goes to China. Do her reasons change as the story unfolds?
Analyze the photographs in Tan’s “A Pair of Tickets.” What do they represent? Do photographs represent the same things each time they are mentioned in the story? How does the setting influence the significance of the photographs?
Essay Guidelines:
Must be formatted according to current MLA standards (Left name block, double space, page numbers, etc.). Use Times New Roman 12 pt font.
Submit as a Word or PDF document only.
Must be a minimum of 700 words and no more than 900 words.
Must include a clear thesis statement in your introductory paragraph.
Use essay formatting, including an introduction paragraph, body, and conclusion. Each point in your body must point back to and support your thesis statement.
Utilize 1-2 secondary literary scholarly source(s).
Must contain two (2) direct quotes, summaries or paraphrases from each poem.
Must contain two (2) direct quotes, summaries or paraphrases from your secondary source(s).
Quotations must be no longer than 2-3 lines.
See how to cite in-text by visiting Purdue Owl MLA In-Text Citation Basics. Pay special attention to poetry citations, if applicable
Must properly cite the readings in the Works Cited
See how to format your Works Cited page by visiting Purdue Owl MLA Works Cited Page. Pay special attention to how to cite a work within an anthology.
You will be graded on your ability to properly format the essay, the organization of the essay, grammar and punctuation, and your ability to support your points with primary and secondary sources.