sensitization: society harvest
Posted in the Anthropology Forum
#1 Nov 16, 2012
How are folk tales coordinated with vernacular language?
Ebonics (pragmatic African-American pidgin in the USA) gives rise to lyrical rap music folk storytelling in America, for example, and Ebonics is considered vernacular.
Can we mix common fantasy-like fairy tales such as "Alice in Wonderland" (Lewis Carroll) with basic instinct vernacular-type stories such as "Whore" (Ken Russell)?
When we mix such contrasting emotions in art, then perhaps we realize that evocative Hollywood (USA) movies such as "Soul Food" (1997) represent human perspectives on sensitization.
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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