It was no wonder the United States has the urge to copy these people and adapt the pink flamingo as their own. When using these quotes Price is providing both sides of her argument.
I have gotten better with practice but since this essay was one of the first rhetorical analyses we did, it had some issues.
This three-sixty turn around was far from the American's normal way of dealing with flamingos. It is quite evident that price did this on purpose she wanted to be sarcastic to show her point on how a simple thing as a flamingo can become the symbol of wealth in the eyes of Americans.
In places like Mexico and Egypt, they were thought to be somewhat sacred.
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With her use of carefully picked diction and context, Price expresses the ignorance of American Culture. Irony is used to start off the second paragraph when the author mentions how Americans previously hunted their beloved flamingos to extinction in the late s.