Rebecca bennets paper review

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Bennett 1 Rebecca Bennett ENG 113-01 Erin Lesh 06/15/2011
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TheExcellent paper except for the fact that it was very short, which can be a big deduction. But for what you did managed to write it was very good. There was a few small grammatical and punctuation errors, also stay off the “you’s”. Other than that it was fairly good. Suggection is to possibly fit one more page. No need for comma Their Many Forms of Oppression When looking at “The Secretary Chant”, written by Marge Piercy, and “The Negro Speaks of Rivers”, written by Langston Hughes, it is obvious to similarities in how both writers are trying to convey the oppression that they have dwelt with in their lives. Piercy in “The Secretary Chant”, wants the reader to understand that she is no longer a woman, and Hughes in “The Negro Speaks of Rivers”, wants the reader to see how his heritage has played a significant role in his life. In “The Secretary Chant”, Piercy does a good job in using words to make her poem sound mechanical. She does this in her short sentences, and repetitive words throughout the poem. “Buzz. Click.” and “Zing. Tinkle”. (Piercy 744). It is easy to see in the poem that the person speaking is a woman. Throughout the poem, Hughes refers to
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