Dialects Opposed to Languages. Text-Wrestling Essay on Gloria Anzalduas story "How to Tame a Wild Tongue?"
Dialects, Opposed to Languages
In the essay titled "How to Tame a Wild Tongue," Gloria Anzaldua is saying that her language has a lot to do with identity. She speaks many different forms of Spanish, as well as English, and thinks that she is judged by the way she speaks. I thought that many of the ways she spoke were more of different dialects than different languages. I know I speak a different dialect of English a lot, like "that ain't cool", or "yo what's up", but I would not consider this to be a different language (although Anzaldua might).
Anzaldua is relating these different "langu…
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