"How to Tame a Wild" Tongue Essay
In paragraphs 27 through 34 of Gloria Anzaldua's essay "How to Tame a Wild Tongue"; she subtly conveys her own disgust at the invariable destruction of her Chicano culture by using the rhetorical strategies of organized syntax, narrative flashbacks, and the incorporation of her "native tongue".
Between paragraphs 27 and 30, the syntax conveys Anzaldua's deep emotions about her lingual identity using mostly balanced and declarative sentences. The perfect balanced in noticed in excerpts such as "Until I can take pride in my language, I cannot take pride in myself. Until I can accept as leg…
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