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The language of the oppressor is not always the language of oppression.
That’s why you need to learn many languages.
The writer overemphasizes how far language is reality in a desperate search for a reality they can control.
My true home is not language; it is rupture and alienation, reiteration and dislocation.
No wonder that we are constantly muddling and mucking our ethical way.
That’s a neologism. The new word sounds uglier than the old one.
I have four languages besides English, all of which are broken.
I am not working toward Revolution. I’m not waiting on it, either.