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Patrick Williams WRD 104: Rhetorical Analysis of Nedaa Sweiss 1. Grade: B- The claim being made in this paper is that over the course of a lifetime men will become jealous of women because of their lack of a womb, much like women become envious of men for their lack of penis. The reason for this is because the womb is an unattainable symbol of ownership that women possess and men never can. Men attempt to compensate for this by caring for some material possession like their own children. 2. Grade: B I found the argument to be well structured for the first pages of a research paper. The author lays down a foundation that is deeply rooted in history and works her way forward. However, I do not know how convincing or credible Greek mythology is in an academic paper about anything other than mythology itself. I understand that the author is trying to show that womb envy has been prevalent for centuries, but I don’t think it is strong evidence to look to in this argument.
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