I need help with this question based on the reading "Motherhood: Who Needs It?" by Betty Rollin.
In the reading Rollin intends to weaken ideas that she considers unhealthy, and she intends to make herself appear more trustworthy or reliable than writers of the past who supported those ideas. My question is how does Rollin use language to make herself appear more trustworthy or reliable?
Rollin uses slang and a somewhat snarky attitude to undermine generally accepted myths of motherhood and even... View the full answer
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There are a couple of different ways in which Rollins attempts to persuade her reader - maybe the first most obvious is... View the full answer