Prepare a rhetorical analysis paragraph of 9 to 12 sentences on the essay you announced to your group members. Follow the samples to create your own rhetorical analysis paragraph. Note: This is practice for the rhetorical analysis essay.
Choose one from below. It must be different than the two previous summaries.
Diane Mooney, “Newfoundlandese, If You Please”
James Hansen, “A Solution to the Climate Problem”
Karen Armstrong, “Murderous Martyrdom: Religion or Politics?”
Nelofer Pazira, The Pilgrimage”
Melisa-Maurice P. Janse van Rensburg, “Not Like the Movies”
Michael Downey, “Canada’s Genocide: Thousands Taken from Their Homes Need Help”
Patty Kelly, “Enough Already, It’s Time We Decriminalize Prostitution”
Robertson Davies, “The Pleasures of Love”
Ross McKitrick, “The Environmental Crisis: The Devil is in the Generalities”
John Ralston Saul, “The Roots of Continuous Negotiation: In Praise of the Courts”