How to Tame a Wild Tongue is a chapter from the book titled Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza written by the author, Gloria E. Anzaldua. In this particular chapter the writer talks about her Chicana life in a time filled with immigration controversies where Latinos surviving in the United States struggled to find their national identity and a language to speak freely without shame and fear. Hispanic immigrants or Hispanics born in the United States are mentally tortured by the dominant English language and culture into changing into something that is neither English nor Spanish but an assortment of both. Anzaldúa targets Chicano readers who share her experience to find a definite identity and American readers as well in order to better understand Chicano life.
Edgar Allan Poe can often be referred to as "The Master of Macabre. " Poe is known for his eerie, suspenseful, and deadly content during his poetry and brief stories. In his short story, "The Cask of Amontillado, " he tells the story of Montresor, a man who seeks revenge on Prospero who has laughed at Montresor's "proud" brand. The concept of the revenge pertaining to "The Cask of Amontillado" is compiled together throughout the assistance of symbolism and irony.Edgar Allan Poe grew known for his smart use of significance in his tales. In "The Cask of Amontillado, " Poe signifies several things in the account. For example , the symbol can be Amontillado for its repetition over the story. Montresor realizes that Fortunato is actually a lover and expert of fine wine, and Montresor uses this to his advantage. Montresor sees the Amontillado being a method to appeal Fortunato to his loss of life,..