A Rhetorical Analysis Of An E-War Soldier

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More than 5,000 families in the United States, have sedulous relative fighting for our country’s freedom. Many of those families have not the slightest idea of what war is like, and all of its physical and mental effects. The author uses descriptive words to take the reader on a mental voyage. The soldier keeps a conversationalist tone and uses rhetorical strategies such as imagery and rhetorical questions to show how miserable he is living. The e-mail begins with the solider mentally describing your living area; he describes it like a million dust particles that are glued to you. With the use of details he captures and describes the sleeping arrangements, the hygiene, the harsh conditions, and the lack of privacy that come with living at

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