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Unformatted text preview: Anderson continues her string of unsupported claims in her conclusion, emphasizing that [through hip hop,] any white girl can find something to relate to and learn from. Along with the blatant grammatical error of both her sentence and essay with a preposition, her claim of learning through hip hop has no support in the entire work. Her definition of learning must be hearing lyrics which support her preconceived feminist notions. Unless, of course, Rapper Trina teaches her a valuable lesson in Take Me by explaining, I wanna go to a world where I aint gotta be a freak ho / just so I can be noticed by people. Very powerful stuff. Clearly, Anderson fails to demonstrate the worth of female hip hop but instead points out positive connotations of arbitrary lyrics while repeating the destructive qualities of male rap. Nevertheless, the essay would make a suitable propaganda piece for radical feminists....
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- Fall '07