Writer's Memo rhetorical analysis REVISED

Writer's Memo rhetorical analysis REVISED - William Boas...

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William Boas Writer’s Memo: Rhetorical Analysis 12/8/2010 I choose to revise my rhetorical analysis on the Coach Boone speech from “Remember the Titans” because I felt that there were a few things that I could elaborate on and go even further in my analysis. First I went through the essay and made a few word changes to make sentences flow better. This was nothing major, but I do think it improved the essay and made it less wordy. I also elaborated more on the “traditional” views of Budds. I used this word in my previous drafts, but I wanted to expand more on what I was trying to say. I changed it to “original” because I think that is more accurate in what I was trying to say. I also went into greater detail into what these views were. There are two major things that I didn’t change a whole lot that may have caused some confusion. The first is the reference of country music playing as the team jogs through the woods in the middle of the night. What I was trying to accomplish is show the distinct
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