Flamingo In America Analysis

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In the essay “the plastic pink flamingo: A natural history, Jennifer price reveals the popularity of the flamingo in america as the generation evolves from the bleak events of the past. This iconic 1950’s lawn decorative represented a culture filled with ignorance and vain. Throughout her essay, Jennifer Price uses tone, satire, and symbolism to create an insightful analysis on her view of the American culture as they are too absorbed with material goods and their pride. Emphasizing the ignorant attitude of America, Price begins the essay with a critical tone describing the importance of flamingos. She adds to her claims of boldness that “it was also a flamingo” and “was pink” italicizing part of the sentence’s end to demonstrate America's
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