Gloria Anzaldua was an American scholar of Chicana cultural theory. She was born in 1942 in South Texas. She began working in the fields as a migrant worker and then on her family’s land. She eventually became a schoolteacher and started writing about feminism and lesbianism, Chicana issues, and autobiographies. The chapter’s main focus is about how she delivers the importance of language It is also about how a language shapes a person’s identity. Gloria wants her readers to know about her struggles and the way she overcomes the criticisms of the society. My goal for this paper is to highlight all the points, the author makes to persuade her audience about language and its importance.