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How to tame Gloria Anazuldas How to tame a wild tongue Reading Gloria Anazuldas How to tame a wild tongue was like playing a jigsaw puzzle The ideas were all scattered aimlessly throughout the entire essay It was up to the reader to find them and piece them together into a powerful and insightful essay Her essay was filled with jargons foreign words and strange organizations It was very difficult to comprehend and follow at first However I then realize that it would take an unconventional mean of reading to comprehend this unconventional text Life is a comedy for those who think and a tragedy for those who feel said Robert Layden If this was true my life is no more than just a tragic play another Romeo and Juliet I tend to absorb all emotions and analyze it with my heart not my mind Similarly I read the same way During a course of reading I tend to be oblivious to narrative and drawn to emotionally-pack-phrases or words These phrases triggered in me emotions of my own about the reading Using these emotions I then analyze my reading This was the same way I approached How to Tame a Wild Tongue by Gloria Anazulda As I read her essay I could feel the anger and injustice she felt for her people Being a minority myself I was sympathetic to her point of view yet embarrassed because I am a full-flesh Vietnamese yet I cannot proficiently speak read or write my own language In her writing she made numerous claims that language is definitive of culture Ethnic identity is twin skin to linguistic identity- I am my language To her I lacked culture As I feel my way through her essay I quickly became confused of the sudden changes in topic and emotions I was baffled by the incessant usage of Spanish words and was distracted by her unconventional organization She vacillated between arguments
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