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A WAY TO PEACE 1 A Way to Peace: Civilizations Unity Lamya Mahmoud American University of Sharjah
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A WAY TO PEACE 2 I. Introduction: a. Summary of the text b. Thesis: Despite the article’s monotony, Nye has successfully conveyed her message through establishing common ground, reviewing a multiple of facts and achieving fairness. II. Argument 1: Repetitiveness of sentence structure creates monotony a. He gives….he came…he is …etc b. I feel…I insist…I would…etc
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Unformatted text preview: III. Argument 2: Establish common ground a. Personal voice I and We IV. Argument 3: Use of facts from history a. Khaled Bin Al Waleed b. Coleman Barks translation of Rumi, a Sufi poet V. Argument 4: Achieving fairness a. She supported Arabs and Americans A WAY TO PEACE 3 b. Advised her readers to read Arabic and American poetry VI. Conclusion: a. Summary of all elements used in the article b. My opinion...
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