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Unformatted text preview: but I believe I was something else. It seemed as though Wiley and Nelson, when talking about being looked at in regards to their artistic expressions and meanings, they wanted to be seen as humans. In result I believed what both were hinting at was somewhat of a class issue more than a feministic issue although its there and being realized in a feministic sense....
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- Fall '10