Neat People Vs Sloppy People Analysis

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Sloppy People Favoritism:
An Analysis of Suzanne Britt’s Writing Strategies
In “Neat People vs. Sloppy People”
Suzanne Britt’s essay “Neat People vs. Sloppy People” examines sloppiness against neatness to reveal the significance of a sloppy individual’s messy character through the use of specific writing techniques. These writing techniques provide an effective way to shine positivity on sloppy people. Suzanne Britt uncovers the secret sentimentality sloppy people hold through the use of powerful compare and contrast, clear description, quality examples, vigorous language, and other rhetorical strategies.
As I previously mentioned, Britt’s overall purpose is to compare and contrast neat and sloppy people to depict sloppy individuals more sentimentally favorable. She claims “neat people don’t care about process” (Britt 215) compared to the sloppy population to develop negativity towards neat people. She validates her statement by claiming neat people throw away sentimental items and don’t attempt to salvage anything that could be useful for the reason that they want to spend more time sedentarily watching TV rather than going through their belongings. As a result, readers question what is morally right and wrong and come to the conclusion that sloppy people are
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Her distinction between neat and sloppy people and central focus of her essay is that “neat people are lazier and meaner than sloppy people” (Britt 214). Every argument Britt introduces to her readers can be drawn back to this one statement. A sloppy person to Britt is one that “gives loving attention to every detail” (Britt 215) of every belonging, not one that spends every inch of his or her time simply throwing the belongings away. This demonstration of each individual’s action depicts a mean neat person and a caring sloppy person, as she previously argued. The underline argument is evident throughout the
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