Aside from a few words, her speech was very easy to understand.For example when she states, “knows the parameters of a happy life when all it knows is the homogenization of human experience.”(299). Terms like “homogenization” cause the speech to become harder to read because unless the audience knows what the term means there is a disconnect between speaker and audience. Throughout the speech, Quindlen’s tone remained very playful and joyful. To connect with her audience, she had to approach the situation in a manner that connects with her audience. In the text she states “give up the backpack.
She makes it clear right off the bat that she is well informed on what she’s writing about by including an easy-to-read bullet point list of facts. Included in this list are sources like “University of New Hampshire researchers found in 2005” and “... a London School of Economics study from 2004.” Through continuously citing these and other sources, Hanes ups her credibility while also providing reliable support for her claims.
The best example of this is when Summers expresses how she came to love the writings of Ralph Waldo Emerson and how she used Emerson’s ideas to set the tone for the rest of the passage. Summers has such an affection for Emerson 's writings because it showed her that writing is a process of creating new ideas, rather than recycling old ones. Summers uses the image
Nora Ephron, essayist and screenwriter, is able to get her point across in her essays just as well as on the big screen. Through narrative stories, with a touch of satire she is able to effectively convey the lessons she’s learned by using ethos, vivid imagery and figurative language through smilie. Ehpron is able to convey her purpose through ethos in the multiple of her narrative stories. She is able to convince the audience of her credibility through each of her vivid stories. In each essay she provides credible sources and personal anecdotes to help with persuasion.
Giffords persuades the audience through the structure of the gripping article. The structure is extremely essential because the audience will be able to follow her thought process without any difficulty. The structure of “A Senate in the Gun’s Grip” helped make Giffords argument clear, guide the audience’s comprehension and strengthen her ideas. She is confidently able to build to the most powerful part of her essay based on her logic. Although Giffords used advanced and well-developed diction, she was able to communicate clearly and unambiguously.
The Rogerian argument improved the author’s research and writing skills by not only finding research to support her viewpoints, but also finding research for the opposition’s viewpoints. By collecting viewpoints from both sides of the spectrum, the author provided the critical readers and viewers a solid argument,
Then, the author talked about a lack of gender equality, and he agrees if women are deserve to be given a choice for themselves. 3. I see a creative writing here, because it’s a personal experience. I always enjoy narrative because it’s easy to read, and we can feel the emotion and use our imagination to create what the story is like in our head. The author also inserts a couple of quotes that he got from interviewing women in Saudi to make this passage more convincing.
Harriet Jacobs’s story is incredibly detailed. It introduces the reader to her world, the personal tone that she uses makes the reading more appealing and easy to understand. In my opinion the text is well written, without the pomposity of the time. It is clear, direct without leaving any detail behind. The use of first person makes more intimate and easy to follow the story.
Copper Sun was very well thought out and detailed. Although it is not a book i would pick out for myself i did enjoy the read. I liked how Sharon made a connection with the reader. When reading i felt how Amari felt from how well she described the events happening. The descriptive writing lets you go into Amaris world which was appreciated.
Korb delivered with clarity, support, and structure. The essay may have been improved if it introduced more obscure and original ideas however, it was not necessary. Overall Rena Korb provided an eloquent critique of "Désirée's Baby." It showed how much thought is put in to the inclusion of each character and element of a short story, they each plays a vital role in the creation of a well-developed short-story. The essay overall increases understanding of the theme and purpose Chopin’s "Désirée's