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Jillian Brychka ENG 222 – 075 Justin Larsen November 19, 2009 Rhetoric Assignment #2: Choosing a Mode 1. Chapter 3: Examples – Sweatin’ for Nothin’ by Michael Barlow Barlow uses narration in his first couple paragraphs to set the scene for his essay. The middle part of the essay is then partially definition and description. Definition, description, and using examples all complement one another. He uses examples to define entropy. The examples he uses are also a way of describing what he means by entropy as well. Finally, Barlow’s paper ends with him arguing that people need to put the energy they use to work out towards producing usable energy in order to be more beneficial. Chapter 7: Process – Runner by Laura Carlson Carlson defines the process of running through a narrative essay. Through the narrative, she tells us about her experience/process of a morning run. Within the narrative, Carlson also uses a lot of description to add depth to her essay and make it
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