major writing 3 eval - Vita Yegorova 11/28/07 Major Writing...

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Vita Yegorova 11/28/07 Major Writing #3 Cutter Wood Analysis of “Our Big Brother” I felt like my op-ed piece contains noticeable rhetoric and my own voice. I used informal language to set a comfortable tone in the piece. I wanted the reader to easily engage in the text and read my whole piece without stopping. The intended audience I strived for was low to middle class, younger generations. I think it’s important for young people to read about the problem because they are the ones who are able to make a change for the future. Being able to vote makes a huge impact on what kind of laws are made. The references made to Big Brother, and the 4 th and 6 th Amendments indicate that my audience has been educated, at least up through high school. The book 1984 is a common text in high school curriculums. I chose to bring up Big Brother because those who have read 1984 will be able to easily make a connection between our government and the government depicted in the novel.
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