"There Is No Unmarked Woman" - Deborah Tannen Essay
"There Is No Unmarked Woman" - Deborah Tannen Essay ENG W131
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Date Created: 09/13/15
9 9 2015 Tannen Essay 0 Non formal tone not an academic essay 0 Doesn t begin with a thesis 0 There is no unmarked woman 0 Unmarked XX 0 Neutral 0 Base 0 Standard 0 Mr O Marked XY Social Cultural 0 Social Cultural I Judgment I MissMsMrs I Husbands last name versus own last name Writing Analytically The Method 0 Look for repetitions same words marked unmarked women 0 Look for anomalies words that don t fit first paragraphs about appearance then switches to linguistics 0 Look for strands related words 0 Look for binaries opposed words or ideas first woman vs third woman baggy vs tight spike pumps vs sandals wild vs classic Safari Picture 0 Repetitions tanbrown shades wood 0 Anomalies gold bracelets lounging white models American ag bikini lion pose O Strands models skin color wood theme tourist items attractiveness vintage feel 0 Binaries solid structure vs open woodsy area bright light outside vs dark wood tones lion cub inside with people sense of belonging vs American heritage
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