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Length: 2-3 pages; double-spaced; Times New Romans 12- point font; MLA citation style.
You may select a work from One World, Many Cultures that has not been discussed in class and analyze it in terms of argument, audience, purpose, and rhetorical choices made by the author; examine the ways in which the writer uses language and organizes the essay. Reflect on the structure of the argument, the language, the quality of details, and the quantity of evidence used in support of the argument. As you do so, write your thoughts and impressions in a couple of sentences. Further, highlight or underline places, scenes, or passages you consider significant and expect to use in support of your argument. Then transform the material into a two to three page critical analysis.
The outcome of your reading is dependent on how productively you engage with the text. So read the essay several times–looking for the purpose, audience, and organizational structure. Examine the use of evidence and the writing strategies with which the author seeks to convince the audience. List evidence and details that you consider relevant to your argument. Your critical analysis should contain an argument supported by textual evidence and analysis.
Remember you will analyze the essay in terms of the following:
Rhetorical Strategies (modes of persuasion): Ethos, Logos, and Pathos
Style and Organization