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Unformatted text preview: Question 4 Gloria Anzaldua states that: “Repeated attacks on our native tongue diminish our sense of self. The attacks continue throughout our lives.” (46). What method can people take to reduce the influence of attacks? Question 5 Chen 2 On page 48, Gloria Anzaldua argues that: “Yet I couldn’t stop my feet from thumping to the music, could not stop humming the words, nor hide from myself the exhilaration I felt when I heard it.” Since author feel happy when she hears the Corridos ; why she would feel ambivalent about the music? Question 6 The author says: “Chicanos did not know we were a people until 1965 when Cesar Chavez and farmworkers united and I Am Joaquin was published and la Raza Unida party was formed in Texas. With that recognition, we became a distinct people”. (Gloria Anzaldua 33) How are the book and party recognized by people? Why they are so important to Chicanos?...
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2010 for the course ENG 1102 taught by Professor Espinosaaguilar during the Spring '10 term at Northeastern.
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