A Rhetorical Analysis Of 'Sick' By Shel Silverstein

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The poem "Sick" by Shel Silverstein, was written from the perception of a girl named Peggy Ann McKay, who makes-up ridiculous reasons to not attend school. Until she’s told that it was Saturday, her perspective changes. Suddenly, her symptoms disappeared and she rushed outside to play. Shel expressed the way that not only children think, but the way adults think as well. Who would not want to get out of bed early in the morning and go to work or class, although it is necessary for children and the employed to do so. He indicated that almost all individuals are doubtless to believe that they're sick once they have a reason to remain home. However, as soon as there is something entertaining and exciting to do, being sick is
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