JE5 - Joel Diaz ENC 1101 MWF/12:20 McLawhorn In Defense of...

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Joel Diaz ENC 1101 – MWF/12:20 11/06/09 McLawhorn In Defense of Book Burning The author, Will Manley, wrote the article for an educated audience, especially one that likes to read. His intended audience might read American Libraries. They might also be interested in book burnings and Harry Potter. The author starts off by mentioning how burning is a way to make a strong statement about something. He goes on to explain the controversy with parents and clerics over the Harry Potter books. They seem to be burning them because they think the book is turning their children away from God and towards the black arts. He goes on to say that all they are doing is causing more publicity for the author of Harry Potter, and giving her more money. Joel Diaz ENC 1101 – MWF/12:20 11/06/09
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McLawhorn The Joy of Deprogramming Sport The author, Roger Kahn, wrote to an educated, male dominant audience. His audience reads Time magazine, and are interested in sports. The author talks about sports and the media. He begins the article by
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