Chapter 5 Notes (1) - ENGL 1301 K. Sanders Chapter 5 Notes...

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ENGL 1301 K. Sanders Chapter 5 Notes Chapter 5 – Organizing by Classification I. Formal Classification : 1. When we classify, we arrange information into groups and then name the groups. These groups or classes are related to each other categorically. Ex: Walt Disney Films a. The Little Mermaid , b. The Lion King , c. Snow White OR Soft Drinks – a. Pepsi, b. Dr. Pepper, c. Sprite, d. Coca Cola, e. Sunkist. 2. More in-depth classification is possible too. Ex: Walt Disney Films – (Animation) a. a. The Little Mermaid , b. The Lion King , c. Snow White ; (Motion Pictures) a. That Darn Cat , b. The Parent Trap , c. Darby O’Gill and the Little People . Variations : Expressive Classification – Appears more frequently in works that have either an autobiographical or a ritual perspective because those forms of expressive writing are less spontaneous than either personal or interpersonal forms. Ex: In The Autobiography of Bertrand Russell classification is used to reveal the identity of the writer. Passions are put into three categories – love, knowledge and pity. Literary Classification
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Chapter 5 Notes (1) - ENGL 1301 K. Sanders Chapter 5 Notes...

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