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Cruxent's essay discusses a scene that talks about stereotypes and foreigners. What sorts of stereotypes have you encountered in your own life?
Today, our language still feminizes land as "Mother Earth." Read Annette Kolodny's "Unearthing Herstory" and consider the ways in which language still feminizes land. Using Kolodny's essay as a guide, what does this say about our relationship with the land? Annette Kolodny. "Unearthing Herstory" in The Ecocriticism Reader: Landmarks in Literary Ecology, edited by Cheryll Glotfelty and Harold Fromm. Athens: UGA Press, 1996. 170-181.