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Unformatted text preview: become persuasive if an imperative is added, as in the following statement: this thing (subject) is good (judgment), so you should try it (persuasive assertion). d. Referential Evaluation Criteria in referential evaluations are derived by objective means. Writers of referential evaluations will need to consider the necessity of validating the criteria they use or at least making sure that there is a general agreement about the validity of the criteria used. Subject = Literary Analysis Criteria a. Purposes Characteristics of Expressive, Literary, Persuasive & Referential. b. Patterns Variations of Classification, Description, Narrative & Evaluation. Judgment Is the subject good or bad based on the criteria? Were the purposes and patterns used successful?...
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