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How can you tell? What is the stance of the writer? How
can you tell?
How does the writer make choices in
style (tone, length of sentences) to
communicate stance? How is the essay organized?
Are images used? Why or why not?
What other genres might effectively
make this argument? What are ways in which the writer
could have better addressed the
rhetorical situation? -He doesn't really have a strong
argument. He tends to go back
and forth. He talks about how
we are so scattered but his
argument is scattered...
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This homework help was uploaded on 04/04/2014 for the course WRD 102 taught by Professor Edwardevins during the Fall '10 term at DePaul.
- Fall '10