A Rhetorical Analysis Of A Passage From 'Invisible Man' By Scott Russell

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In this passage by Scott Russell, he writes about how people root themselves in ideas rather than places. In the beginning of the passage he talks about americans and how we 're a “nation of restless movers” and then mentions “we have still not shaken off the romance of unlimited space”. He does this to tell us that we as americans just want to expand. “President has decided that we should triple it in size, and all without raising our taxes a nickel” he describes us as being drunk off the idea of finding land and we have. This was an effective technique to start out the passage because their he introduces the idea of migration, how america never stops siding with Rushdie in the beginning. Sanders also mentions many historic events that involved
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