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  • Carrenos Essay The Reader
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    Gender in the Military: Critique Gina Carrenos essay Gender in the Military explicates the issues that women face in the military. Carreno addresses the discriminations and the abuse that women are subjected to in the military. Although some may argue that there are several weak points, Gina Carreno has a way of bringing out the stronger aspects of her argument, for example; the way she backs up her topics by citing them, and she also leaves room for her audience to form their own opinions. In s...
  • Journalism In Today's News
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    Is today's news a truthful account of the day's events? Is it a blatant attempt to guide the reader's reaction to keep interests high? Or do entertainment corporations trying to make a profit overrun today's news? Should there be certain standards of journalism in news today? To answer these questions, the reader must understand the definition of news. Jack Fuller best defines news as "a report of what a news organization has recently learned about matters of some significance or interest to the...
  • Zinsser's Essay On Simplicity
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    An Example Of Good Writing: Zinsser's 'Simplicity' Zinsser's essay on Simplicity is an example of good writing for many reasons. The main topic in his essay is clutter. Throughout the essay he not only tells us why this is a problem, but he shows us through many detailed examples. The essay was written so that anyone who reads it could understand it. He does not use complex words that often tend to loose a reader. Zinsser asks questions throughout the essay that cause the reader to think and fee...
  • Literary Work Example
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    Literary Terms Analysis with Examples 1) Allusion: An allusion describes a famous literary figure or historical event. In an allusion, the author of a literary work refers to a well-known episode from a book or occasion. Thus, the two things most often alluded to in literature (the two greatest known literary works) deal with Shakespeare's plays and the New Testament. Examples: In modern-day literature, George Orwell alludes to the "Evil Empire", in his book, Animal Farm. Orwell was a visionary-...
  • Delivery Of V'azquez S Argument
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    Language is a powerful tool. The artful manipulation of language has sparked countless revolutions and has continuously fueled social progression over the course of human history. In Carmen V'azquez's "Appearances", V'azquez argues that homophobia is a serious concern in society. She rallies for all people, regardless of sexual orientation, to challenge society's unyielding gender roles and homophobia. Through the art of persuasion, Carmen V'azquez blended careful diction, emotional stories, and...
  • Statistics And Several Examples Within Her Article
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    When We Can No Longer Put the Issue behind Closed Doors When looking at the contents of Elizabeth M. Whelan's Perils of Prohibition, we see that Whelan has very carefully structured this article into getting the readers attention. She does this by using facts, statistics, and several examples within her article. Whelan manages to incorporate this in a manner that readers never lose their interest in the article and they have a desire to read until her very last sentence. Whelan discusses of how ...
  • Reader's Background
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    Reading literature that explores another culture serves as a vast and positive learning experience. By providing material that not necessarily relates to the reader's background, a multicultural curriculum opens up the opportunity for a reader to absorb the material as is, without the interference of previously gained information or prejudices. Such materials have a tendency to immediately interest and captivate the reader, and therefore can easily integrate in the book cultural and historical f...
  • Instruction Of A Readers Theatre Class
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    Text Book Critique Institute Book of Readers Theater Written by William Adams The Institute Book of Readers Theatre; A Practical Guide for School, Theater, and Community, by William Adams is a very user-friendly handbook for students and teachers, as well as any person who has any interest in Readers Theatre. The Forward to this textbook as well as the section entitled, "How To Use This Book" do a very specific job of outlining the book's uses and purposes. Both sections explain quite well that ...
  • Privacy In The Name Of Convenience
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    Critical Analysis of Joshua Quittner's "Invasion of Privacy" Sena y Born ENGL 135 Z By Vince Goff 7 October, 2003 Goff 1 Critical Analysis of Joshua Quittner's "Invasion of Privacy" Joshua Quittner, in his Aug 25th, 1997 Time Magazine article entitled, "Invasion of Privacy", attempts to get us to "lighten up" on being overly concerned about our privacy. Quittner, a journalist, frequent contributor to Newsday and Wired, and news director for Pathfinder. com, admits to willingly giving up some pri...
  • Example Of Two Students
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    Paulo Freire's essay The 'Banking Concept' of Education, and Walker Percy's essay The Loss of the Creature ultimately share the same message: students are not able, without a struggle, to use their education to confront real-life situations. However, they go about convincing the reader of their views in very different ways, and Percy seems to be the more successful of the two, by making inclusion of the reader a priority in his writing. His rhetoric consists of real examples, colorful metaphors,...

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