Pick one of the discussion questions below, and compose a paragraph response. When analyzing any text, you should cite textual evidence using signal phrases and quotation marks. (Sample signal phrase with quotation: According to Rich, “this is the oppressor’s language // yet I need it to talk to you.”)
1. Does the speaker of the poem argue that the actions of the Catonsville Nine were more effective than verbal or written protests against the Vietnam War?
2.What is the speaker saying about the relationship between history and knowledge and the way language shapes history for people in the present?
3.How does the speaker’s use of famous people and events help readers to understand the poem’s themes of language and resistance?
4.What is the speaker saying about the possibilities for communication outside of language (that is, outside of verbal and written communication)?For more information on Possibilities for Communication Outside of Language read this:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Communication