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Day15-FallaciesConti - D A Y 1 5 F i n a l d r a f t o f e s s a y 2& F A L L A C I E S O F A R G U M E N T C O N T I N U E D Conclusions

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Unformatted text preview: D A Y 1 5 F i n a l d r a f t o f e s s a y 2 & F A L L A C I E S O F A R G U M E N T C O N T I N U E D Conclusions: 5-minute freewrite 1. Why is your reading of the review important? 2. How does it affect the way we read or understand the text? The “so what?” Question and the Matter of Significance Structure review Example: Other aspects of Ferrier’s descriptive narrative, such as her martial imagery , illustrate this delicate relationship between ironic disruption and satiric re-establishment. For example, the reference to the “little warrior” in his “military accoutrements” draws a parallel between Sir Sampson and the diminutive Napoleon Bonaparte. Ferrier’s Bonaparte has his Josephine as well, but she proves the more dominant of the two. To a certain extent, the author is utilizing existing stereotypes of the shrewish wife, but her technique does not ultimately condone them or affirm their truth. Instead, they simply serve as an avenue whereby Ferrier may explore other, alternative roles for women....
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This note was uploaded on 10/18/2011 for the course ENGL 1113 taught by Professor Brown during the Fall '08 term at Oklahoma State.

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Day15-FallaciesConti - D A Y 1 5 F i n a l d r a f t o f e s s a y 2& F A L L A C I E S O F A R G U M E N T C O N T I N U E D Conclusions

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