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English, 05.02.2021 06:50 omar4538

“ We will rise from the gold-limbed hills of the west. We will rise from the windswept northeast,
where our forefathers first realized revolution.
We will rise from the lake-rimmed cities of the mid-western states.
We will rise from the sunbaked south.”

What are these lines allusions to and why is she using them?

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