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Where are there literary devices in Alice Walker's poem Women? Can someone give specific examples from the poem of like Metaphors, Rhyme Scheme, Personification, and so on. They were women then My mama s generation Husky of voice Stout of Step 5 With fsts as well as Hands How they battered down Doors And ironed 1 0 Starched white Shirts How they led Armies Headragged Generals Across mined Fields Booby-trapped Kitchens To discover books Desks A place for us How they knew what we Must ...
Weegy: hi let's take this way They were women then My mama's generation about 1920 Husky of voice- stout of Step proud, strutting women With fists as well as Hands worked & fought with hands How they battered down Doors doors of injustice, [ [ discrimination And ironed Starched white Shirts many worked as manual (laundry) labor (maids) and in shops How they led Armies Headragged generals used to tie their heads up for sweating Across mined Fields evaded traps set for them Booby-trapped Ditches jumped over obstacles To discover books Desks read and sought education when it was not an acceptable role for a woman (should have been satisfied to be a housewife) A place for us How they knew what we Must know Without knowing a page did so for future generations to raise them Of it Themselves. above themselves/ knew that economic independence would help all women ] ] (More)
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