Albee 1 Raimi Albee Mr.Wright Per.2, AP Lang 19 February 2018 Author, Richard Louv, in his book, “Last Child In The Woods”, argues the separation between people and nature. Louv’s purpose is to analyze differences between the two, and justify his argument through his detailed analysis, in hopes to inform the readers of this occurring issue. He adopts an enhanced use of diction, while revealing his tone through his examples and quotations, and maintaining his structure by his use of imagery. Louv’s first rhetorical strategy used in this passage of his book is his use of diction that truly flatters the passage and enhances his arguments from a public point of view. As early as the first paragraph the author discusses the “irrelevance of “true” nature — the certainty that its not even worth looking at”, and this contributes to the argument by implying that we as people need to revert back to the real world, as opposed to the virtual, manipulative one. This use of words gives the audience a sense of need to understand the message the author is attempting to get across to the public. It also shows the impact of advertisement on our society, which means that
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