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Rhetorical Analysis: A Life In Letters By F. Scott Fitzgerald

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When famed writer, F. Scott Fitzgerald, responds to a short story sent by a family friend named Frances Turnbull, Fitzgerald states that he does not believe the story is saleable and that Turnbull is not putting enough work into the writing.In the excerpt from F. Scott Fitzgerald: A Life in Letters, Fitzgerald attempts to argue his views on the essence of writing by providing logical reasoning and by using a wise and eloquent
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