Private Language In Richard Rodriguez's Aria

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Chand In Richard Rodriguez’s “Aria”, the author makes a clear statement where he believes that a child speaking their native tongue in their daily lives obscures all possible ties with learning the public language. He believes that it is an interference with the learning development and effective transition of the public language. In essence being able to communicate through one’s cultural language is not an act that can be removed from a person’s life as it defines their culture and ethnic values. An individual’s private language might present more meaningful ideas which can be presented than by speaking through the public language for a person. Being flexible with both a private language as well as the public language is a more practical
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