How do you tame a wild tongue short summary?
Summary: How to Tame a Wild Tongue is a fascinating piece by writer Gloria Anzaldua in which she analyzes the social and cultural differences between Mexican culture and American culture and how immigrants fall in between. Not only does she explore this but she also delves into topics such as racism, and sexism.
What is the main argument in how do you tame a wild tongue?
The general argument made by Gloria Anzalda in her work ” How to Tame a Wild Tongue”, is that a wild tongue can’t be tamed, only cut. More specifically she argues that she shouldn’t be ashamed of her language. Writing this passage. ” I am my language” she suggests she is defined by her language.
How do you tame a wild tongue quote?
Wild tongues can’t be tamed, they can only be cut out.
What does anzaldua mean by Chicano A?
I feel perfectly free to rebel against my culture” (1987: 21). When addressing the “Raza”, Anzaldúa refers to the historical, racial and cultural forces of her people that have oppressed her and which she has trespassed in her search for liberation as a Chicana lesbian.
Is how do you tame a wild tongue a book?
How to Tame a Wild Tongue, is a chapter in her book published in 1987 ‘Borderlands/La Frontera’.