Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by] Franklin H. Littell.|
|LC Classifications||E839.5 .L5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 173 p.|
|Number of Pages||173|
|LC Control Number||71085785|
In Seiferle's fourth book of poems, the tongue is both language and body, and Wild Tongue rages against bits, bridles, and palliatives that attempt to calm or control. It counterbalances divorce and domestic violence with newfound love and cathartic wit. Book Online. Plans & Pricing. More. 0. Bienvenidos a Wild Tongues, a Spanish language organización de educación founded on the belief that every estudiante is a genius and every teacher deserves to share their cultura, history, and values to . “With a bitter and withering irony and an eye for shocking beauty Seiferle cuts straight to the emotionally honest kernel within family, spirit and myth.”—Publishers WeeklyPoet Rebecca Seiferle once said that “one should always read a poem as if it was a matter of life and death.” Seiferle's fourth book of poems, Wild Tongue, suggests a similar belief about writing . North Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland, USA +1 () [email protected] © Project MUSE. Produced by Johns Hopkins University Press in collaboration with The Sheridan by: 2.
A story by Gloria Anzaldua How to tame a wild tongue is about difficulties related to the identity searches according to language. It brings up . The Skin, Tongue and Nails Speak: Observational Signs of Nutritional Deficiencies identifies nutritional insufficiencies using physical signs which appear on the surface of the body. The text includes other signs and symptoms for each deficiency, as well as rich food sources of the nutrients, diets to aid in the healing process and suggested /5(50). Several books have as well been published in Chicano Spanish. However, the answers concerning their language, race, culture, and freedom are yet to be found. RESPONSE. Gloria Anzaldua’s essay, “How to Tame a Wild Tongue” has played a principal role in raising the alarm on various issues that are affecting the society to date. See esp. chap. 5, “How to Tame a Wild Tongue.” Contributions from an edited collection with various authored chapters When citing work by a single author that appears in a book with multiple authors, the contributing author’s name is cited first, followed by the title of their contribution, the word 'in' and the title of the book, along.
Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza is a semi-autobiographical work by Gloria E. Anzaldúa that examines the Chicano and Latino experience through the lens of issues such as gender, identity, race, and colonialism. Borderlands is considered to be Anzaldúa’s most well-known work and a pioneering piece of Chicana literature. In an interview, Anzaldúa claims to have Author: Gloria Anzaldúa. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Littell, Franklin H. (Franklin Hamlin), Wild tongues. [New York] Macmillan  (OCoLC) The essay “How to Tame a Wild Tongue” by Gloria Anzaldua attempts to highlight the undesirable social outlook and attitude of the community toward the way Chicano people speaks and the resulting harmful effects affecting the self-identity of the Chicano people dwelling on the borders. Anzaldua begins her essay with the hidden comparison of the way she speaks with . (6) And the tongue is a fireBetter thus, The tongue--that world of iniquity--is a fire, to burn and destroy the fairest works of peace. The tongue is in our members that which defileth the whole body, and setteth the world aflame, and is set on fire itself of Gehenna. "The course of Nature" is literally the "wheel," the "orb of creation."The Jewish word for the place of torment, the.