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rhetorical analysis - Williams 1 January 2007 Part B:...

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Williams 1 -1January 2007 Part B: Rhetorical Analysis (word count: 617) Upon completion of my two descriptions, I have learned how to create a persuasive effect to change the angle of vision in my writing. Using most of the strategies discussed in the text I was able describe the same scene of a morning spent on a park bench in both a negative and positive way. To prepare myself for this, I first imagined myself depressed and annoyed in order to observe the scene negatively. It was harder for me to look at the scene in a positive way, so I imagined myself on vacation Christmas Eve, relaxing by a lake. In doing this, I was able to see positive aspects in what before, seemed only negative. Following my observations, I used detail selection and omission, word choice, and figurative language to describe two different perspectives of the scene from the park. In the first, positive, description I tell you that birds are chirping, leaves are crackling, ducks are splashing, and I go on to tell you how relaxing these sounds are. I omit that I can
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