This is a short essay that analyzes one-dimensional literature versus intersectional characters and themes. Consider your background knowledge of Sor Juana de la Cruz, her poems, and Chimamanda Ngoze...

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This is a short essay that analyzes one-dimensional literature versus intersectional characters and themes. Consider your background knowledge of Sor Juana de la Cruz, her poems, and Chimamanda Ngoze Adichie’s TED Talk. What is the downfall of a single story, and how did Sor Juana break the mold? You may use the literature we’ve read in previous units as examples of one-dimensional or intersectional characters.

This essay should follow the basic introduction, body, conclusion structure learned in College Composition. Your essay should be at least 500 words long.

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Ishfaq Ahmad answered on Jun 17 2022
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Introduction
Kimberle Crenshaw introduced the concept of intersectionality in 1989 to refer to various types of oppressions faced by black women in different societies (
Ca
ado, D. W., Crenshaw, K. W., Mays, V. M., & Tomlinson, B. 2013). The prevailing idea in feminist thought on the relationship between the repressive institutions that form our different identities and the social positions we occupy within them is now known as intersectionality. A well-known Latin American colonial and Hispanic Baroque author developed her philosophical views on women and herself via the genres of letter writing and poetry. Only a few genres, such as poetry and letters, were acceptable for women to write in at this time. Because of this restriction, Sor Juana utilised the inherent qualities of these two genres to shield her ideas from criticism. As a prominent feminist of her time, Juana asserts that reading literature from a single feminist perspective (like gender discrimination) is dangerous because it ignores race, social constructions or geography which are equally important.
Summary
Sor Juana's famous redonilla "Hom
es necios," (Foolish Men) is a remarkable logical argument that defies understanding as the mainstream speech of an anarchist in seventeenth-century Mexico (Academy of American Poets). To make an argument, Sor Juana cannibalizes the love subject by using it as a pretext for philosophical discussions and as a platform for her own work clear argumentation.
While speaking on multi-dimensional against a one-dimensional literature, Chimamanda Adichie's "Danger of a Single Story" lecture is a fascinating presentation that underlines the bias that people all over the...
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