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The Depiction of Crimes in George Bowering, Marilyn Dumont and Margret Atwood's Poetry

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Language tried to literate people for preserving their culture in the colonized world and eliminate racism. She was born in 1955 in Northeastern Alberta. She was again a Canadian writer and had a nice writing experience on humor and other culture relative subjects. She wrote poems and participated in video productions as well. She was inspired by Indians who were, however, being colonized but have preserved their culture, heritage, and language. As she answered in one interview conducted by Rob McLennan she said, “ Since one of my reasons for writing, originally, was to give voice to the struggles of my ancestors, my ‘ race’ has been central to my writing. ” 2 Though, Marilyn Dumont through his writings and Poem “ The Devil’ s Language” clarify that however the world is getting populated but it doesn’ t allow a person to leave its mother language or culture in spite of copying others more literate to them.

Her emphasis was on racial discrimination lies due to English and other languages. English is, however, known to be a universal language and is spoken all over the world but it doesn’ t mean to leave the mother culture or mother language totally.

“ Martin Luther King” By George Bowering George Bowering was a child poem writer whos near to peace and harmony. He wants children of the country or all the readers may get the moral to leave peacefully with one another forgetting the racism discriminations, assessing ad torturing people, etc. In his poem from the very start, he states that despite the fact that there is no justice in the world and people are fighting to one another for none other than for the reason of living style, but its better to be calm and silent, by avoiding and boycotting the evil actions and going against the violence.

He wrote this poem to abolish distress and miseries caused by racism in the country. He wished to equalize the Blacks and Whites on the same ground before he dies. He wants America a bright country having silent protesting rather than fights and fires all around. He wants people to be free of standards and is equally injustice.

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