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Midterm Study guide

by: Asia Glenn

Midterm Study guide ESP 333-01

Asia Glenn

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These are possible identification questions for the midterm. Midterm will be primarily based on class discussion
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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Asia Glenn on Sunday February 28, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to ESP 333-01 at West Chester University of Pennsylvania taught by in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 110 views.


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Date Created: 02/28/16
Possible Midterm Identification Questions dialogical hispanicity why, for Mendieta, “Hispanic” should not be racialized Chican@ vs. Mexican American mestizaje the origins and a definition of machismo, according to Ana Castillo identify and explain three primary characteristics of Latina writing name and show in one sentence how one reading (each different) from this semester exemplifies each characteristic border crossings in de la Garza’s “Margarita” transformation and consciousness in “Margarita” two stereotypes of Latinas and how they are parodied in Prida’s play, “Beautiful Señoritas” comicity and critique in “Beautiful Señoritas” Pilar’s statement through her painting of the Statue of Liberty in Dreaming in Cuban the distinction between biculturalism and cultural hybridity the symbolic meaning of a) shoes and b) trees in The House on Mango Street Anzaldúa’s conceptualization of the role of the new mestiza the role of language issues in Anzaldúa’s essay how quilts function as a symbol in “My Mother Pieced Quilts” the poetic voice and home in “My Childhood Home” how santería is infused into Dreaming in Cuban reworking the stereotype of the “goodhearted prostitute” in “Happy Birthday” in The Moths, how gender role expectations are critiqued


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