Read the excerpt below, from the poemNuyorican Lament by Gloria Vando;then answer the question that follows.San Juan youre not for me.My cadence quails and stumbleson your ancient stones:there is an inner beat hereto be reckoned witha seis chorreao, a plena,an inbred @Oyeeee!and @mira tú! against whichmy Manhattan (sorrywrong island) responses fell [email protected]! How can I deal with that?And yet . . . once, long ago,your beach was mine; Luquillowas my bridle path to rideback then, before the turning of the tidewhen Teddys blue-eyed shillssecured the hilland tried in vain to blotthe language out. . .In this poem, the poet moves back andforth between English and Spanishprimarily to:
A. Emphasize her skills as a bilingualpoet. B. Make the poem more accessible toSpanish speakers. C. Enhance the poem by adding asplash of local color. D. Reflect a cultural identification withSan Juan.