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Criticism Assessment 10 11 07 - creates their own taunting...

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Criticism Assessment Both articles deal with the topic of children and how they interact with one another.  In the  Draznikas article, they are talking about how children make up teases and taunts that are then  directed to other children.  These taunts usually are structured in about the same way as  “rhymed, epigrammatic verses, usually no longer than six lines”.  I think that every culture 
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Unformatted text preview: creates their own taunting rhymes because of two reasons, number one it is a simple fact that not everyone can like everybody and therefore there will be people that you dislike and want to make fun of and belittle and then number two because children are just beginning to experiment with language they like to create sayings that sound nice like rhymes....
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