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- She and Adrienne Rich, especially, have been criticized for their heavy seriousness. However, with so many dead behind her, Lorde is too busy pulling the bodies from bars and doorways, jungle tracks and trenches to find time for unrestricted poetic laughter.
- " Lorde was a prolific writer who continually explored the marginalizations experienced by individuals in a society fearful of differences. (BK) Recognizing that "imposed silence about any area of our lives is a tool for separation and powerlessness" (The Cancer Journals, 1980), Audre Lorde claimed and celebrated all of her selves in order that others could come to find their own voices.
- These poets choose to deal with life at the level of metaethics—its social, psychic, and aesthetic underpinnings, which are articulable only in myth; their metaethics takes its structure from a complex poetic image of lesbian relationship.
- Scientific racism has been used to oppress, enslave and to justify torture. In my essay I will explore how scientific racism has been used to detriment the health of women of colour. Throughout history women of colour have been experimented upon, sexualized and reproductively abused with scientific racism as justification or the underlying premise for the thought behind this abuse.
- Racial segregation and discrimination is prevalent throughout literature and it is no accident. Racism in literature stems logically from the experiences of the authors and the treatment of minority s. Throughout Braided Lives, there were many short stories that dealt with pain and suffering because of racism.
- Writers use diction and tone to express their work in the form of which they wish their reader to understand it. Tone is the author s attitude toward the reader or the people, places or events in a work as exposed by the author s style. Diction is a writer s choice of words, phrases, sentence structures, and figurative language, which combined with tone help to create meaning.
- [. . . ] Her sensualness occurs in the dance-like, ritualistic patterns of much of her poetry. She seems able to find songs or enchantments in virtually every aspect of the language of women. "She Who," a group of diverse pieces which Grahn has recorded as well as published, contains a birth chant made from the midwife’s instructions during natural childbirth, a funeral rite, an exorcism of all the hateful names that men have called women, a liturgy of heroic women evoked to give energy and to heal.
- However, her mother is not around to help relieve her pain. She has no brothers to turn too and she doesn t get along with any of her sisters. It is sad to think about, but there are many families that deal with this sort of problem day in and day out.
- hardest part of ones young life, but it is well worth it in the long run. Beard 2 Although some may choose to work and start a family, many go to college as
- The witnessing also provides a forum for an examination of women living extremity.
- Both Adrienne Rich and Audre Lorde, in their respective poems entitled Power, convey the idea that ones identity and sense of worth is defined by what they are willing to give up. This message is energized by the emotion the authors evoke through their ability to communicate a sense of experience.
- Power and domination are the driving forces in society. Throughout history, there have always been those in power and those that are dominated. Many tactics have been used to keep this cycle of domination in tact. Two of these tactics are described in Erika Apfelbaum?s Relations of Domination and Movements for Liberation: An Analysis of Power between Groups.
- Chasing Amy is a movie that uncovers the hardships we find within the confusion of love and sex in our lives. Sometimes the line between love and sex seems almost invisible, but the differences and complications of understanding that are quite clear in this movie.
- "We are always flattered when someone in the audience yells, ‘Please read!’" Although no one shouts, "Please read," the attendees soon look absorbed—and occasionally dazed—as Moss zings from poem to poem and persona to persona.
- Secrets and Silence (1979), Blood, Bread and Poetry (198 ), and What Is Found There: Notebooks on Poetry and Politics (1993)–the ground-breaking study of motherhood, Of Woman Born: Motherhood as Experience and Institution (197 ), the editing of influential lesbian-feminist journals, and a lifetime of activism and visibility, the work of Adrienne Rich has persistently resonated at the heart of contemporary feminism and its resistance to racism, militarism, homophobia, and anti-Semitism.