Critique 1 - Innocent's essay

Critique 1 - Innocent's essay - My P. Le EN115-F (English...

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My P. Le EN115-F (English Composition) Critique of Mugyenzi Innocent’s Essay 2.a - P2 states that using Verbal as a first and only narrator makes the story more convincing – as Kujan and spectators only hear the story from one source. The story gains more credibility as later events can always be related to precedent events. - P3 claims that the story is based on Kujan’s assumptions. This is another reason for the credibility of the story – when Verbal tells Kujan something, Kujan uses that to create his expectations, and Verbal continues basing his story on Kujan’s expectations. This supports the idea in P2 that latter events can always be related to previous ones. P3 ends with the claim: “both Kujan’s and spectators’ version of truth is straightforward and simplistic.” - P4 defines truth as related to our static knowledge affected by our conventional stereotypes, explaining more about the claim in P3.
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