Unformatted text preview: older viewpoint of the river. b. Provide Textual Example (Make sure you are correctly documenting) . Ex: “I stood like one bewitched. I drank it in, in a speechless rapture. The world was new to me…But as I have said, a day came when I began to cease from noting the glories and the charms which the moon and the sun and the twilight wrought upon the rivers’ face…” (125). c. Explain how the quote supports the characteristic listed and/or the paper’s thesis or supporting paragraph’s topic sentence . Ex: Through his comparison of the changing physical features of the Mississippi river and the desires and ideologies of a young boy and a man, Twain highlights his themes of eventuality and mortality. In addition, he emotionally appeals to his audience by characterizing experiences that all humans can relate to....
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- Summer '09
- Rhetoric, Mississippi River, River, condensing long quotes, Provide Textual Example