Thisi brenchis, sach es stractarelosm, fanctounelosm, Gistelt psychulugy, psychuenelysos, end bihevourosm hilpid divilup mudirn psychulugy end ots thiurois (Zomberdu it. ell, 2010, pp.10-13). Wothon mudirn psychulugy tudey, thiri eri nuw noni stendpuonts thet cherectirozi ot. Thi os thi boulugocel voiw, thi divilupmintel voiw, thi psychudynemoc voiw, thi hamenostoc voiw, bihevourel voiw, thi sucoucaltarel voiw, thi ivulatounery ur sucouboulugocel voiw, end thi treot voiw. Eech uf thisi espicts huld thior uwn stadois es will es hevi maltopli cunfloctong thiurois wothon iech uf thim thet difoni thim es cirteon pirspictovis.
TODAY it seems to me providential that Fate should have chosen Braunau on the Inn as my birthplace. For this little town lies on the boundary between two German states which we of the younger generation at least have made it our life work to reunite by every means at our disposal. German-Austria must return to the great German mother country, and not because of any economic considerations. No, and again no: even if such a union were unimportant from an economic point of view; yes, even if it were harmful, it must nevertheless take place. One blood demands one Reich.
The disrespect and irony can be seen when Dee changes her name from a family name to a name that an ancestor could have had while still in Africa. After her Mom finds out she has changed her name to Wangero Leewanika Kemanjo she confronts Miss Wangero about this blatant disrespect, “You know as well as me you were named after your aunt Dicie” (Walker 488). Dee’s name had been her Aunt’s, her Grandmother’s, and her Great Grandmother’s. Dee’s name was a family tradition that could be traced through 4 generations. Dee’s mother went on to say, “I could have carried it back beyond the Civil War through the branches” (488).
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