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Mike Rumler English 101-032 Outline November 27 th 2007 Thesis- The ways authors can challenge your views are by the form and the use of rhetorical strategies within the content of their works. Three works in which the authors works affected my views on a certain subject are “Men‘s Faces Go Under the Knife“, “My Yiddishe Mama” and “Are Men Smarter than Women”. I. “Men‘s Faces Go Under the Knife A. Uses ethics to persuade readers 1. How people should grow old gracefully. 2. How is it morally wrong for men to have surgery B. Her stance is known from the beginning of her work 1. How she is against men getting surgery. 2. How surgery takes away a part of their soul.
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Unformatted text preview: II. My Yiddishe Mama A. Tone 1. Courage of Men 2. Civil rights may have not started without them B. Stance 1. How if they were not men they wouldnt have done what they did 2. If they were women they wouldnt get to talk to the men of the household III. Are Men Smarter than Women. A. Tone 1. When performing IQ test the intelligence was useless 2. Defining intelligence is like defing beauty 3. How her female gender affects her writing 4. How her high IQ is presented in the piece B. Credibility 1. Questions throughout the piece to prove her point 2. Examples of how men are smarter....
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