Summer Rituals Assignment (1).pdf - Rhetorical precis In the \u201cSummer Rituals\u201d(1957 the excerpt from the novel \u200bDandelion Wine \u200b Ray Bradbury

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Rhetorical precis: In the “Summer Rituals”(1957), the excerpt from the novel Dandelion Wine, Ray Bradbury describes a ceremony of putting up a front porch swing in early summer and conveys a very relaxed rhythms of daily life in the summer from the perceptions of Douglass. Bradbury first outlines his description of the setting of summer rituals by saying objects that relate with summer such as “lemonade”, builds up to convey his bliss for spending the summer with his family by describing/emphasizing the details about the summer nights that creates a festive, fun imagery, and overall outlines the soothing, peaceful aspects such as the nature and social chatting of his summer life that gives him pleasure and relaxation. Ray Bradbury’s purpose is he wants to portray Douglass’s relaxed summer evening with the use of imagery by describing relative things seen as peaceful or vibrant to portray his view on a great summer from praising

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