Writing a Rhetorical Analysis Essay

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Writing a Rhetorical Analysis Essay Structure: You should think of your rhetorical analysis essay as any other essay, in which you need to provide your readers (your classmates and your instructor) with an introduction paragraph, a thesis statement, topic sentences, and a conclusion paragraph. In the introduction paragraph it is important for you to summarize the film you will be analyzing. Also, you need to include a basic thesis statement in your intro paragraph, which details for your reader what will be discussed in your essay: In his opinion article “Is It 1929 Again?” Robert J. Samuelson asserts that although its economy is definitely in a recession, the United States will not sink into a second Great Depression. Samuelson claims “panic—political or economic—is the enemy” and persuades the American public to not lose faith in the economy. In order to argue this point Samuelson uses the rhetorical appeals and the common topics. Focus:
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2012 for the course ENGL 101 taught by Professor Jennyashlock during the Fall '08 term at Maryland.

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